We really do try and minimise the level of self-promotion on this blog dedicated to skulls but we do like to draw them and then we have no choice but to share them with you. This Batman skull painting, created of course by Mr Four Fingers, was created using acrylic paints. It once resided in The Abbey Pub in Kentish Town.
Like most people with smart phones nowadays I am constantly trawling social media channels but my favourite is definitely Instagram because I find gems like this beautiful skull painting by the talented Kathleen Sanders. You can follow her Instagram here and if you really want to then follow us, The Skull Society, on instagram.
I can’t seem to find a website to link to but you can also check out more of her work on Society 6.
Title: ‘I’m Dead’
View in the SAS shop.
Title: ‘Holy Cow’
Materials: Real buffalo skull, acrylic paint and collage
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The exquisite real animal skulls were painted by Violet Bond, Australian-based artist who lives in Maningrida on the coast of Arnhem Land in a remote Aboriginal community, in Northern Australia, where life can be harsh to those who experience the wrong side of the lands power. Art is Violets way to connect her life to the world.
She has always been fascinated with the ritual, spirituality, cultural expression and passion of people in association with death. I have always found the ‘western’ style of dealing with death, cold and unemotional. And yet cultures all over the world including the one that Violet lives in, have a connectedness, a shared pain and a love that one is never left to deal with alone.
View Violet’s Artwork in our shop now.
“I’m soothed by you, you take it all away. I lose to you, surrendered at the start of the game” – The XX
HANNAH ADAMASZEK is hot property in the art scene here in London and she is a definite rising star (keep your eyes and ears peeled!). We met Hannah through the Curious Duke Gallery and have loved her work from the start – her definitive style is easy on the eye and has that mass appeal everyone wants a piece of. Hannah stepped out of her comfort zone here by creating a skull piece specifically for the show and we loved her execution and interpretation of the brief, and the way she tied in her style through the consistency of colours.
Her artwork is now available to buy in our shop so if you are fan then I would suggest grabbing this while you can because her work is only going to increase in value!
Artist Name: HANNAH ADAMASZEK
Materials: Original on Canvas
Name of piece: Swept Away
Medium: Painted in Acrylics, Montana Malachite Light and Blue Velvet
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Lora Zombie is a Russian-born artist loves to create colourful and vibrant paintings, including these pieces of artwork featuring skulls and pandas, skulls and pugs and a skull unicorn, just because why the hell not!
Visit here website here for more of her eclectic artwork.
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David Kraig joined us for the successful and hugely popular skull art exhibition, Celebrabis Vitae, which was hosted by Mr Four Fingers and The Skull Society. He created this beautiful dripping skull on canvas. It’s a great piece for any skull collector.
- Artists Name: David Kraig
- Name of piece: Untitled.
- Type: Original painting on canvas
- Materials: Acrylic on canvas
- Country: United States
- Website: http://www.davidkraig.com/
- Price: £445 excluding shipping
The artwork will be shipped from the UK – please check shipping costs before completing your order.
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Ryohei Hase is a one of our favourite skull artists, well judging by the amount of times we have blogged about his work, here and here. This ominous skull painting reminds me of something you would see in a horror movie about love. The half man half skull beast is holding what appears to be the women he loves, perhaps just after he has killed her. Possibly a crime powered by passion?
INSA is a fine artist and designer who creates real-life gifs! He has labeled them as Gif-iti and each mural is painted and then photographed in sequence to create the animation (of up tom 8 layers) which you can see here. I found this amazing work on This Is Coloassal, and you can visit the post which has a few more executions of the same idea. They are all brilliant!
This beautiful skull-themed print is by a french artist called Mr Walter from the Art&Toys website. I love black and white imagery and this piece also reminds me of an African-styled painting hanging in a typical African pub, only this time, it includes some sexy skulls.
The print is limited to 50, with a signed certificate of authenticity, is printed on 300g of Innova fine art paper and is 40x60cm. It can be yours for just €60. DO IT.
Can you believe that this is an oil painting?! The piece, entitled Gravity, was a commissioned piece of artwork for the Deviant artist Patrick Kramer. The reason I’m posting this is because of the sweet skull wallpaper he has created in the painting.
Looking at this again and I can’t believe this is a painting…
Stephan Alexandr is an American designer and artist. He sources these animal skulls locally and imports these too, if not available in the US, paints and decorates them and in doing so transforms them into mountable pieces of striking art. The style reminds me of a simplified version of a recent artist I saw, when I attended the Blow My Mind’ exhibition by Lauren Baker.
I really like the shape of the Buffalo skull, and would love to see this in person as I think the size of it would surprise me, plus it’s proportionately very symmetrical which I love
Stephan has got a big selection of work to offer – visit his shop but do check out the rest of his site as it gives you plenty of info about him, his history and his work.
This vintage-like skull illustration, Pilot, is by the Black Market Art Company and is a Giclee printed Canvas. Enough Said.
Sebastien Lafleur sent us his beautiful skull art through Facebook and we had to share them with you. You can see more of his skull art and other paintings on his website too. Thanks for sharing Sebastien! Remember you can share your skulls with us through our website here or on our Facebook page.