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!