We recently had a comment left by Fedz Hedz sharing his collection of skull photography in his "Virtual Museum". This is a really great catalogue that is continuously growing and shows a wide array of skulls including humans and a heap of animals. After I
Probably not the most exciting title for a post but one thing is for sure that extracting these skull and bones was actually quite fun; in a weird CSI unearthing dead remains kinda way. It was pretty cool unveiling the first skull (leave a comment
Jacky Tsai, a designer who used to work for Alexander McQueen, is currently working on his own fashion line. These decorative floral skulls are stunning and are part of a larger body of work which includes a number of prints, sculptures and drawings. We're glad to see
This gorgeous golden melting skull is by Swedish-born artist Malin Isaksson. It was spotted at the Stockholm Furniture Fair and is called 'He Who Laughs Last, Laughs Longest.' The skull was water-gilded with 23.75 karat gold and made of plaster, clay, gesso and bole.
Some really great illustrations from Deviant artist Boss Logic including this digital skull piece called Heartless Kings. I really like his approach to character creations as it rides the line between art and comic. There are also various interesting mash-ups like Predator - Iron Man
This 3-dimensional skull, by tattoo artist Scott Campbell, was part of Noblesse Oblige art show in LA and is comprised of a stack of $11,000 in cut, un-cut currency sheets. Funnily enough I have seen this skull before and was meant to post about it ages ago too. Better late than
Benoit Polveche AKA Benalo from Deviant Art certainly has some creepy sculptural creations many of which include beautiful skulls. There is also a creepy skeletal figure with what seems like a porcelain doll face. This was a collaborative piece between Benalo and Christine Polis. Be sure
Li Hongbo uses layers of paper to create life-size flexible art sculpures. This video shows a variety of his work, including a skull piece, and talks about his latest exhibition, aptly named Pure White Paper, at the Dominik Mersch Gallery in Sydney Australia. Li Hongbo