Lucas Dutra has recently started (7th March 2013) a quest to draw at least one skull every day for…well for however long he wants it seems! He has started an Instagram page (askulladay) to share these skull drawings with us so be sure to check his page out and do the ‘follow’ thing. Here are a few of our favourites.
Not only can Brian Morris draw skulls but he can also adapt his skills to painting his skulls on all sorts of vinyl toys and ceramic figures. Be sure to check out his website, with what is the weirdest web domain name I have seen www.ooo000ooo.com
Skull Appreciation Society welcomes Senor Salmes skull illustrations to the fold. This guy has some great linework illustrations and most of the time the are coloured digitally with warm retro-esque feel. The prints are available to buy from his online store on Society 6.
These amazing skull illustrations have created by Laurie Lipton. The detail in the illustrations is insane and Laurie’s work has a very distinctive style which you can recognise straight away and any true skull fan will most likely fall in love with her work. Most of Laurie’s artwork is available to buy from her online shop and you can like her Facebook Page here.
Subtly wicked and dark skull illustrations by Total Lost. By the looks of it most illustrations are printed on high quality 150g paper with a small white border for framing. They also have a skulltastic Mickey Mouse to wear proudly on your chest.
Dead Man’s Tales is a series of illustrations by Derek Nobbs. The series is inspired by a number of ports including Marseilles, Rotterdam and Buenos Aires in the twentieth Century. The illustrations all feature skulls which is why they have featured on the Skull Appreciation‘s wall.