This lovely dripping gold skull print has been created by Sam Spratt and is available from Society 6. Sizes and prices vary from $19 – $50. This print reminds me of the scene from Game of Thrones where … has molten gold poured onto his face while he is still alive.
I recommend checking out the rest of his dazzling and oozing portfolio.
Tim McDonagh has a lovely portfolio bursting with warm and detailed illustrations and as luck would have it he has some dark skull figures as well. One of these skull characters is called Lady of the Flowers (2nd image) and can be purchased as a print from Thumbtack Press starting at $19.99.
McDonagh has the kind of work that the more I look at it the more I appreciate the insane detail. I recommend checking out his blog as he uploads loads of process images which are a pleasure to look at as I love when artist do this kind of thing. The last illustration called ‘Don’t Feed The Birds’ may not have a skull (well there is a tiny one) but I’m posting it here as it’s available for £180 as an original A2 ink illustration. That is amazing. Buy it you can.
This is one of our earlier skull prints available to buy through the Street Anatomy store. The print is called ‘Closer’ and features 2 skulls facing each other framed in a heart.
The illustration was inspired by ONE, where two skulls become one, which Street Anatomy liked so much they approached us to produce a limited edition print to sell exclusively through their online shop. We happily obliged.
The skulls used in ONE, the original idea, were created using water based paints which created a washed out feel and we struggled to capture the detail when printing. D2G recreated the skull print illustration from scratch using graphite and digital colouring.
The print is giclee printed on Matt Litho Realistic paper which is really smooth, like compressed chalk, and holds the colour really well. Pixley Print House are the talent behind the printing.
CLOSER is limited to 20 prints.
Prints are $40 each
*The third image is what the print looks like when framed – we’ve cut it down into a square to fit the frame.
I’m very excited to show this golden Day of the Dead Skull By Emily Evans. Two reasons really, firstly because we’ve had the pleasure of meeting Emily, through Vanessa from Street Anatomy, and she’s very cool with a mad passion for anatomy and illustration. Secondly this day of the dead skull is skull’rific!
This Star Skull Print by Ben Allen and is part of the Dirty Sexy Money solo show. The print is limited to 30 and you can get your hands on one of these amazing prints for £220. Ben’s got some amazing other work too and you can check out his shop here.
Chaos Rules Skull Screen Prints and T by us, Mr Four Fingers, and although we are slightly biased, seeing as though we created them, we can safely say that these skull prints are pretty cool. We created these on an induction day at Print Club London and are extremely happy with how the prints they have come out. They have also been one of our most popular prints in our online shop and come in black and orange. We’ve also started printing them on T’s, for us and a few of our friends.
I think next step is to print these on either A2 or A3 and to use this design on our up-and-coming range of T’s.
We got the T printed by Digisin, who have their own range of T’s plus they do custom prints for other artists. It looks great and we recommend them if you want to get some of your own custom T’s printed.
This print may be sold out, you can see why, but it still deserves to join the skull ranks. This Evil Skull screen print was created by Pure Evil at the lovely London Print Club. Pure Evil, if I’m correct, also has a small exhibition gallery in London and is very cool place to visit.