Oh yes! In the build up to this exhibition I have been watching my emails like a hawk, in anticipation of hearing from some of the coolest skull artists I know. And most of them come with good news, like the latest announcement – RAF THE MIGHT will be exhibiting some artwork at Celebrabis Vitae! BOOM.
His work is powerful and extremely graphic and ranges from Day-of-the-Dead inspired designs to some serious heavy metai-styled skulls, it is some of the best illustrative work I have seen. I wonder which one we’ll have to show you? Best you come by and see for yourself. You can like Raf the Might’s Facebook page and you’ll have the honour of seeing his fantastic skull creations on a daily basis.
CELEBRABRIS VITAE Exhibition Details:
Private View and opening night: 31st October 2014
Runs until the 6th November, which falls on a First Thursday
We’ve been posting quite a few skull tattoo designs lately but it’s hard not to see why when there are so many amazing pieces to share! This beautifully intricate skull tattoo design was created by Amsterdam-based artist, Beazarility (the tattoo done on himself – pictured), and tattoo’d by the famous Dutch king of tattoos – Henk Schiffmacher.
Suddenly Appeared Out of Nowhere is a new painting piece by the super talented Ryohei Hase. The imagery in his work is powerful, a little bit disturbing but still extremely beautiful, and with the inclusion of some skulls he is a firm favourite for us here at the SAS HQ. We have featured his work before, and I’m assuming there will be much more to come. Enjoy.
Jim Bargas sent us this this skull artwork and asked us if we liked it enough to post it. Well Jim, here it is so obviously we liked it. I mean, what’s not to like about a intricate skull illustration, which is made up of little bones! See Jim’s Facebook page here – Thanks for sharing and keep coming back for more skull action
These are 2 of our latest skull works of art – Eve and Sweet Vice. The artwork is inspired by what lies beneath and we are planning on doing a third one to complete the set. Both these pieces featured in our first 2 art exhibitions – the first, Sweet Vice, was displayed at the Abbey Tavern in Kentish Town for We Art Camden and the second, Eve, is currently on display at the Curious Duke Gallery in London for the current Art In-Flux exhibition.