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.
Found on Spiky Tiger’s Blog – Fantastic Tiger Tales
It’s so simple and yet so bloody skull-marvellous. This pencil skull collage was found on Pinterest - I searched for about 30 minutes for the artists but a man’s gotta eat! Which means I needed to cook some grub. Feel free to share the artist with us, you know we aim to please your skull satisfactions.
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?
This cool skull poster is from a series of posters from The Last Drive’s tour in 2011.
There is something entirely creepy about a human skull that still has hair on. This photograph can be found on Fine Art America and can be printed on a variety of products like canvas prints, greeting cards, art prints, framed prints, acrylic print and metal print.
This skull photograph was taken by internationally known National Geographic photographer Ira Block.
We have posted a few times about chocolate skulls and every time I have to daydream about what it would be like to munch into one of these. One day I say! These particular chocolate skulls are brought to you by Black Chocolate Co.
These delicious Belgian chocolate skulls come in a variety of flavours like dark, chilli, milk and caramel chocolate. They are created in Manchester England and can be bought for £68 with a postage fee of £9.75 for United Kingdom but expect to pay £29.93 for International delivery.
I need to go satisfy my chocolate urges now.
World Wildlife Products is the animal division of Atlantic Coral Enterprise and as you can tell by the name they sell an absolute plethora of items from nature ranging from wholesale sea shells, animal bones, skulls, eggs, decorative fish nets… the list goes on. This is a shop that would be damn awesome to visit. They are based in Saint Augustine, Florida, so if that’s a little out the way then be sure to visit their online store.
As far as I can see they do not ship internationally and there is a $100 minimum order required.
Below are a selection of skulls we found.Some pictures are pretty small but on their website they also provide a written description of the products which will proves useful when buying.
Vervet Monkey Skull
This graphic skull illustration, The Blue Beetle, is for the cover of a Mister Bones series from DC Comics. The illustration has been done by the talented Khary Randolf and you can see more of his illustrative work here.
Some amazing skull photography by Robin Loznak. He does not normally photograph skulls as this was only a way to show off his new studio upgrade for better and seamless backgrounds. We are glad he did because they are great.
You can check out the rest of the skulls here and you can also visit his website here.