Mario Sabljak, a Vancouver based designer, has a new line of skull based furniture – a skull cabinet and pop-up bar. His design company, Mario Sabljak Design, creates custom hand built furniture and interiors for private and commercial clients.
I love the pop-up bar, for obvious reasons, and it is battery powered which makes it cordless too so you won’t trip over it after a few wet ones.
We get lots of requests about the skull chairs that we post, so much so that if I had a truckload of cash I would open up a store for all the skull chairs I could find. I spotted this futuristic ceramic design on a post dedicated to the best skull chairs found online. I used Google image search to credit the artist/creator but no luck – any ideas? Comment below – thank you please
These cool tote bags were sent in by fellow Skull love, Kayleigh. She designs the tote bags by hand and has started selling them in Edinburgh, Scotland. You can find out more info on her Facebook page – Umeko’s Desk of the Dead.
Graphic artist, Kristy Patterson, loves creating skull designs. It’s apparent in her graphic-styled illustrations, which can be found on Society 6 or Red Bubble, and contain bucket loads of skulls (obviously). It’s one of the reasons we think she rocks
From what I can see, and I’m by no means an expert, her work is a mixture of illustration and digital components. It is extremely vibrant, detailed and uses the glorious skull as the main focal point with supporting elements to compliment or bring the design together.
You can buy her skulls as prints, t-shirts, iPhone cases and iPad covers too. There’s probably more, but don’t see the point in listing them all now…
In my search for some skull action I went searching through the popular skull sites (we are not the only ones of course) and my search took me too Obsessed With Skulls, which is a great skull blog BTW.
This skull was created by 3D artist Meats Meier and I’m assuming it’s some sort of mecahnical device which moves and forms part of a 3D animation sequence – stop me if I’m wrong
This macabre and well-crafted skull armchair was created by Harold Sangouard (aka “Harow“). We get lots of feedback from our readers about skull chair products, but please note we do not sell these – you will need to contact the creator/shop directly.
This magnificent specimen of an award was created as the trophy for the RGDDesignThinker of the Year Award. The design was completed by Jacknife and explores the central theme of “visually representing the design thinking process” and they used the traditional and rather popular human skull. What a spanking good idea.
Winning this coveted prize means you are pretty much the coolest guy/girl on the planet who has utilised design to drive business success through innovation, problem solving and communication.
this origami skull sculpture was sent to us inn the comments section from a recent post about an exploding skull. The skull has been created by Christopher Yuki Itoh. From the look of his Tumblr blog he loves a bit of origami, and even teaches origami classes in New York from time-to-time!
Here is a A-Z Skull Print by 67 inc. It’s definitely a must for all skull fans and the best way to test your knowledge! The skull images were provided by Skulls Unlimited International and starts with an alligator skull ending with a zebra skull. It’s only £40, so you might as get one.
We’ve recently launched some new faceted skull t-shirt designs over at our Mr Four Fingers online shop. The faceted skull illustrations were created by Doug, the illustrator behind all of our designs. The girl’s t-shirt is a small in the image below. it was meant to be a medium but I forgot the medium at home like a total douche. They can all be ordered from our shop and we ship worldwide so get involved!
Single colour screen printed design on 100 % cotton. This ‘Fair Trade’ Continental Clothing Classic Jersey (165g) is printed in Britain.
This unique creations are Melted Vinyl Skulls by Ted Riederer. Ted, like most of us, is big fan of art and music and he decided to create these skulls by placing a vinyl onto a plaster skull and then melting them so the vinyl shapes itself over the skull nearly perfectly.
If you follow our skull blog at all then you’ll have no doubt noticed that we’ve launched an online skull shop. The shop stocks a variety of skull merchandise including prints, t-shirts, jewellery, sculptures and home wares, all from a collection of artists from around the world including the UK, Australia, Canada and America.
All the artists are independent and postage costs do vary as they are posting from various corners of the globe so please double check the full price before completing your order.
We are always on the lookout for new additions to the store so if you would like to join the collective then please email us and we’ll send you the details.
We’ve launched an online skull shop through our Skull Appreciation Society blog and we have just been making sure that everything is in working order before doing a big announcement. These skull bracelets are a few of the new additions to the shop and have been created by Canadian skull creator Danijela. They are authentic with regards to the materials – 1 is 14K gold skull chain with Swarovski Pearls and the 2nd is a sterling silver skull chain with Swarovski Pearls and are £34 and £28 respectively.