This skull poster was for the recent Cape Tattoo Expo which took place in January. The poster was designed by One Horse Town Illustration Studio.
We certainly like to find a good variation of skulls for this blog! This skull USB hubs is one of those and it really is pretty cool. I personally don’t have space for a skull USB hub, but if my desk was big enough then I might change my mind.
You can get yourself one of these Skull hubs from Amazon for around $19.
* Works with Windows or Mac
* USB cord included
* 2 USB ports on each side of its jaw will keep all of your gadgets connected simultaneously.
* 4 Port High Speed 2.0 USB Hub
We were sent this Bearded Skull t-shirt design by a fellow skull-lover called Art Never Dies. It’s up on Threadless in one of those competitions which require t-shirt enthusiasts to vote on the submitted illustrations.
You only have 1 or 2 days left to vote so follow this link now.
Pistonhead beer is everything you would expect from a beer, barley malt, water and hops, and calavera skulls. Of course. The packaging is amazing and all bottled and canned beer features a version of their skull logo and I’m guessing any skull lover would love to cheers a couple of these brewskis.
For the lucky few you can find Pistonhead on some ferries, at the German border trade and even Australia.
I spotted this skull desktop background for the month of June, for computers, mobiles and tablet, on the Skull-a-Day website. The design was done by Canadian artist, Dan Springer, who was also featured in the recent FACE OFF exhibition for Skull Appreciation Day.
Click on the images to download them.
This cool skull poster is from a series of posters from The Last Drive’s tour in 2011.
Emily Evans is a extremely talented anatomical illustrator who creates drawings for anatomy books and more recently home-wares - see her anatomical plates here. This is one of her latest creations - Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Wallpaper - which is available through the Street Anatomy Store.
- $180 per roll
- Roll size: 10m x 52cm
- Pattern repeat: 53cm
- Samples available for $3
- Made in the UK
We’ve been lucky enough to also go Brazilian dancing with Emily in Brick Lane, but that’s a story for another time. I can confirm that her dancing skills are nearly as good as her drawing skills
What a great idea! I wish I had thought of it first TBH but I guess I’ll just have to get over it and go have some fun creating a cool skull at the Lauren Baker Skull Workshop.
Lauren’s skull workshop was a huge hit at Tate Modern where 200 participants decorated skulls. Plus her previous workshops at Hoxton Hotel, Shoreditch House and Museum of Pathology were all fully booked. You should probably go.
- 3.5 hour workshop includes materials and refreshments
- Learn about the use of skulls in art
- Hear about Lauren Baker’s journey of skull art
- Use a diverse range of materials to paint and embellish your skull
- Take your finished skull art home
I actually shared this on our Facebook page already but added it to the list as it needed to feature on the society wall of appreciation. This sculpted baby skull lamp has been created by Norrin Radd and is cast in herculite plaster, brass or silver paint finish. The lamp consists of 33 unique skulls in total – the detail shot below shows one of the skulls, which actually looks like a tortoise!
You can visit Norrin Radd’s profile here on Etsy. His collection also includes a lamp which consists of boobs, which is pretty cool too.