This amazing digital illustration was created by Jason E Bennett as his attempt at redesigning the opening fight of Princess Mononoke for a Miyazaki-related illustration challenge on CGHub. This movie was recommended to me by a friend and now after seeing this work I will definitely be making plans to watch it, as an illustration this good must be inspired by a pretty damn interesting film.
This colourful skull illustration was initially spotted on Pinterest but after a quick search I found it on Behance under the user – Fly Design Studio. The Mexican skull illustration, Happy till the end, is extremely busy but it totally works and who doesn’t love a bit of colour?
Whilst perusing the net for a skull I found that Herbie the famous beetle has a darker side. Ok I made that up but I have a feeling this may be what the artist was intending, a kinda darker and filthier Herbie. This illustration was created by Arthur d’ ARAUJO and is also featured as a part of a bigger composition featuring a sexy rock chick.
Both of these skulls are available as prints and other products on Society 6
Here are two damn delicious looking skulls (skull figured) from illustrator John Filipe that are both available as various sized prints from Society6. These prints are Giclee quality and being Society 6 these designs are also available on a variety of other products like canvas, t-shirts, i-Phone covers…the list goes on.
Yonil has an incredible amount of cool looking t-shirts including this design called ‘Enough Skulls’ which is currently on sale for $13. That’s half price guys! I own a few t-shirts from Yonil and I can tell you now they are good quality and he has some of the weirdest and surreal illustrations out there.
Here are just a couple of Mike Mitchell’s skull illustrations. He’s got a variety of work, been around for years and is one of pop-cultures best artists, well according to Juxtapoz, where I found these quirky illustrations (cheers by the way!).
So I’m not sure if you have noticed but we’ve been a bit slack with bringing you a skull post every day! Apologies for this but we, Mr Four Fingers, have been extremely busy planning our first solo exhibition, WHAT LIES BENEATH, taking place on the 5th April 2013 at the Haggerston Espresso Room.
We’ll be exhibiting our latest original artwork, sculpture, limited edition prints and t-shirt designs and as always our work includes a variety of skull action! Plus we are also collaborating with In Her Glory and Elizabeth Dunn too so you best be coming to our opening night. There will be a DJ, free booze and gift bags for the first 10 people to spend over £30.
Here are some fantastic illustrated skulls created by Indonesian illustrator Geno75. I have been following the illustration work of Geno75 since we (Mr Four Fingers) joined Design By Humans and since then I have noticed his name crop up many more times on various t-shirt blogs around the web.
You can see more of his skulls and other designs by visiting his online store/profile at Design By Humans (first design below) or check out his gory Tumblr account.