This Rustic Skull Linocut is a hand pulled print created by Little Bunny Sunshine. As mentioned in a previous post about lino prints, these are created by inking up the original hand carved piece (carved into linoleum) and then pressing on to paper.
This piece measures 8×10 inches and is printed onto a 9.5×11 heavy sheet of paper. Little Bunny Sunshine is open to the idea of people buying a print and then drawing their own elements onto it. A collaboration of sorts.
This original ‘Rustic Skull Linocut’ print is available from her online ETSY store for £6.87.
This unusual looking wooden skull carving, with antlers, is called The Woodsman Urn and has been created by Etsy artist, Jason Tennant. This piece caught my eye because I have been telling Doug, the other dude who likes to post about skulls and the artist behind Mr Four Fingers, to draw a skull with antlers as a potential t-shirt design or print. No luck yet, but maybe this will give him some inspiration. And hopefully he reads this post too. ha.
Having read the description now by the artist, I am blown away by the origin of this piece as Jason Tennant created this as an Urn for his late father. It’s very moving and a very personal piece for the artist which makes it even more special. He can create a similar one, with your own custom variations, so please contact him to discuss your requirements
This particular skull is a remake of a previous piece, are made to order and will set you back £453. The wood used is USA hardwoods – Maple, Ash, Oak, etc. Shipping to the USA only.
This set of Skull and Cross Bones Dice is from the Pirates of the Caribbean game set, I think. There is a slight flaw with these dice as there is definitely a number missing but I’m not one for complaining about the smaller details especially when that smaller detail has been replaced by a skull!
Each skull has something original about it, from gold leaf to pressed flowers and acrylic paint to spray varnish. Each one is cast in a realistic looking resin skull with the details added on after to create some sexy skull sculptures. I have wanted to do similar stuff using a skull mold and various executions, but I have to admit that Nonnock has executed these brilliantly – when I have tried to paint one it is incredibly difficult to keep a steady hand.
I never even knew there was a term ‘Pastel Goth’ until I found these two decoupage animal skulls. These two skulls, a deer and a raccoon, are creations by 2 Flying Frisbys and were originally sourced from a local hunter.
These animal skulls were first processed to remove the flesh, an all natural process without the use of harsh chemicals. The decorations were achieved by creating decorated paper and cutting into small pieces for decoupage. There are also other elements like feathers, crystals and designs from old books. Suffice to say there is much more going on than first meets the eye. I think these would look great box mounted individually sourrounded amongst white freathers.
These decoupage animal skulls are for sale at £76.42 and only one is available (that means the two as a set). Ships form louisiana USA.
I have always wanted to use a money clip (probably after seeing the Face Off dragon one) but the problem is you need a few bills first to make it work right! We found this Black Sugar Money Clip over at Moon Raven Design’s ETSY store for $32 (1 available).
The skull is intricately carved in a beautiful floral design and is mounted on a solid brass money clip.
Dahlia Deranged has a crazy amount of sinister trinkets from rings to bracelets and even some real birds skulls set on pendants. She has a huuuge following on Facebook so make sure to check out her page to keep an eye on grabbing some new skull designs.
These delightful little crocheted skulls were shared with us on Facebook by the creator herself – Dewey Decimal Crafts and can be found on her Etsy store here. They come in a variety of sizes and sets and you can also buy them in sets. They would make a great gift for any skull lover!