Glen Preece, a UK based artist who specialises in portraiture, creates these fine art skulls using pencil and/or an oily dry brush to create photo realistic drawings. Welcome to the Skull Appreciation Society Glen - we fricken love your skulls. Keep 'em coming. Fine Art Skulls
The amazing Sacred Stitches has a review of their Fox Skull t-shirt on Hide Your Arms. Be sure to check it out.
Skull Appreciation Society welcomes another awesome skull into the fold. Today we present you this colourfully tessellated skull madness from the mind of British illustrator Steven Gregg. The original skull was drawn with fineliner and then coloured digitally. This bright skull illustration is a digital print
If you've ever been to London, and in particular Brick Lane, then you will know that this area is covered in street art, graffiti, stickers, stencils and art installations. I work in the area and spotted this skull sticker on Hanbury Street, E1, while on
Mr Tree, Joseph Motas, is a Spanish designer currently living in Barcelona. He has a very diverse portfolio ranging from simple pattern making to lighting and furniture design. One of the styles which sets him apart is his patterns and the repitition of these which
Jan Fabre is one seriouly talented fella with his creative flair applied to many areas, including stage direction, scuplture and designing to name but a few. Good to see that this multi faceted artist has included some skulls to his already immaculate CV. These skulls are
This skull piece is an amazing installation created by Noah Scalin, one of the god fathers of the skull renaissance. The piece is called Dead Media and the skull is made up of around 497 VHS cassette tapes. Noah is the creator of the immensely popular