Right, so I’ve been pretty busy organising our upcoming skull exhibition, CELEBRABRIS VITAE, so haven’t had time to do a proper skull post. So here is a another selection of crazy skull gifs to feed your macabre soul.
Found on Tumblr, so unknown artist.
After our recent skull GIF post I figured we should give it a shot with one of our skull designs from Mr Four Fingers. This is our first skull GIF and honestly if I stare at it too long I feel kinda sick, hahahahaha. Look forward to creating some better ones with skulls and laser beams and cats getting blasted by said laser beams. We shall see what ideas Craig, the other half of MFF and SAS (well 1/3) throws my way as he has been the GIF groupie so far.
The black and white version of this skull does exist as a fine art print called Chaos Rules, measuring 30cm x 40cm If you are interested in buying a print then make sure to visit our Mr Four Fingers shop can grab on for £40. Better yet , use discount code CHAOSGIFT for £5 off. Boom.
So I’m celebrating my birthday tonight, and as a result of this, I am being super duper lazy. So here is another bunch of skull gifs for you to enjoy! I will be proceeding to get drunk so please do think about me and my hangover tomorrow morning!
These were sourced from the world’s biggest supplier of uncredited images. Tumblr.
For some reason I can’t get enough of skull gifs. I fricken love them! I find lots of these on Tumblr, and with most Tumblr posts people don’t bother to credit the artist/creator of the image – MASSIVE #FAIL!
Why not make some of your own skull gifs and send them us?!
Here are some more skull gifs for you to enjoy
Jirat Patradoon is an Australian artist/illustrator/graphic designer. His skull-based graphic art is bold, colourful, very striking and is a take on the ‘stoic nature of macho pop culture,’ which is a quote taken directly from Jirat’s website. He creates character-styled visual art of fictional worlds using borrowed imagery and his unique style. I have been wanting to blog about these glorious skull-based works for ages but wanted to give it the attention it deserves. He has a variety of work from posters through to art-installations and including fashion design – I’ve included a leather jacket he designed with a monster skull on the back.
Some of the images below, are my favourite of the lot are gifs, which remind me of scenes from Drive – I can’t quite place them so if you recognise them then leave a comment below. I love the way he has made them to be bright and colourful and yet the scenes themselves are dark and sinister. Enjoy!
When we started this blog I never realised how much one could love gifs. So simple but they can really bring a standard photo/image to life. Here are some more skull gifs that I found on Tumblr. Unfortunately the peeps on Tumblr just like sharing cool shit and not saying where it’s from.
I wonder if they know that the internet is currently hunting them, and they’re using a machinary far more advanced than Google. Commence evil laugh…
No appreciation blog would be complete without a few animated gifs thrown in the mix. Here is another skull gif found on the Obvious Winner blog.
Animated cyber skull diagnostics gif found on dump.fm.
Source – We Are Weeds
We’ve received a request from a skull fan so let’s help a brother out. Please contact us if you know who created this skull.
I found this rotating skeleton on Who Killed Bambi. Rotating skull too!