About time we added these skull stickers to the Society. These are great looking, sinister and macabre all rolled into one. Created by skull fiend, Defame. These are not only fine looking but also thick, durable and cheap as chips. Visit Defame’s online store and grab yourself some.
These skull stickers were printed and produced by Rockin’ Stickers. Be sure to check out their Website and Instagram profile as they produce an abundace of great looking vinyl stickers.
This great skull sticker book, titled Stickerbomb Skulls, was put together by Studio Rarekwai and published by Laurence King. We, Mr Four Fingers, were lucky enough to be included in the project – we submitted some ‘skull people-inspired‘ illustrations which have been turned into stickers.
Stickerbomb Skulls is the latest themed book in the Stickerbomb series, featuring many forms of design and illustrations of skulls by an eclectic mix of artists from around the world. Skulls are a very strong visual icon used extensively in the worlds of fashion, jewellery, graphic design, music, street art and tattoos. The book will appeal to existing Stickerbomb fans as well as new fans who love skull imagery.
A few months back I spotted a skull sticker just off Brick Lane and I had no idea who’s it was. But then one of you glorious skull-loving mofos left a comment with a link to the artists website and then shortly after we met him at an art exhibition hosted by the Curious Duke Gallery. So I thought I would give the guy the skull-respect he deserves for this skullerific print.
This colourful skull print has been created by the artist know as Pin and is titled – LEOPALICIOUS PRINT. I’ve included other shots of the same design but in the form of stickers, t-shirts and hoodies.
Pin’s work is bright, colourful and features lots of teeth and braces and this skull has all the traits you would expect to see from one of his creations. It looks amazing framed too.
If you’ve ever been to London, and in particular Brick Lane, then you will know that this area is covered in street art, graffiti, stickers, stencils and art installations. I work in the area and spotted this skull sticker on Hanbury Street, E1, while on my way to lunch.
I looked like one of the Instagram-happy-tourists trying to get a snap of this colourful skull sticker. Unfortunately I cannot credit the artist or designer as I have no idea who made it. If you know who it is, leave a comment below.
*Update – someone commented saying that this sticker belonged to an artist called Pin, and the next thing we knew we met him at the Curious Duke Gallery at one of their exhibitions. Will be doing a proper post on Pin on the 13th July 2013. Nuff said.
I recently purchased some awesome Pale Horse t-shirts and as a sweet little freebie there were some pretty damn neat stickers thrown in. One of the m happens to be an awesome skull. If you are interested you can Read the t-shirt review over at Hide Your Arms (check out the discount!).