This beautiful skull installation piece is called ‘Confetti Death’ by graffiti artist Typeo. Typeo created the art piece using shattered spray cans. It looks cool but it’s interesting because it has a skull in it.
I found these carved human Skulls on www.dappercadaver.com. They are not real human skulls but are cast in cold resin and given an off-white finish. The skulls feature intricate Aztec and Celtic carvings and retail for $40.
These skull t-shirts are insanely cool illustrations that feature skulls in all of them. The skull t’s are for sale from Sacred Stitches but the T’s shown below have been designed by James ‘Woody’ Woodford and James Robinson.
They are so cool in fact that I’m going to buy one after I post it. I need more Skull T’s.
Skull T-shirt designs from Scared Stitches by James ‘Woody’ Woodford
Dan Hillier, in collaboration with Corinne Nobel, created these beautiful Skull Plate Prints. Each plate depicts the member of a dinner party, a bizarre dinner party that consists of 2 babies and 1 soldier skull, including the standard father, mother and guest skulls. We wouldn’t be a true Skull Appreciation Society if we didn’t share these beautiful skull creations.
The skull prints are all limited edition and 33cm x 48c in size.
I found some weird image of a jaw bone bone accessory the other night and of course it came from the mind of none other than Alexander McQueen. So after trying to find a better quality image, I found out more about an exhibition awhile ago called Savage Beauty. These images are from the cover of the catalogue edition and are supposedly worth a few bob. Anyway, the book has this awesome lenticular cover, where you can see Mcqueen’s face and a gold skull. Probably the coolest lenticular I have seen.
I’m not sure what kind of toys these are, as in their proper name. I have seen quite a few artists paint these little badboys in a variety of designs but these have to be some of the coolest skull-esque ones out there.
These wee guys are from the crazy mind of Hugh Rose.