We certainly like to find a good variation of skulls for this blog! This skull USB hubs is one of those and it really is pretty cool. I personally don't have space for a skull USB hub, but if my desk was big enough then

This bizarre typewriter skull was created by artist Jeremy Mayer. The skull is titled Skull I and is made from vintage typewriter parts. As with all of Jeremy's creations, the skull was assembled with various typewriter parts and are bent, screwed and bolted into place - no welding

I found this skull cane, or walking stick, on Pinterest. It is pretty cool and if I ever needed one as I got older it would defo look something like this. [I have tried to find the source for this image but haven't been able

Originally from South Africa I have had the opportunity to see this beautiful creature in it's natural habitat before. They are truly amazing creatures, they have a peaceful nature and are truly a sight to behold in the African bush, and not in my garden,

We featured Skull Spider from artist and tattooist Resonanteye a few months back and now we are back with some more creepy skull oddities. Skull Spider is still available for purchase from her online Etsy store for £1962.32. It's pretty amazing and is probably something

Here's another skull by us, Mr Four Fingers, and this time in the form of a t-shirt design called Bittersweet. We were invited to join the Maison Twenty collective to design some t-shirts for their collection and we obviously had to do a skull one.

'THE ROUCHOMOVSKY SKELETON': IN SILVER-GILT SARCOPHAGUS This fully articulated golden skeleton, with velvet-lined coffin, was recently sold at Sotherby's for $365,000. The decorated coffin is just as impressive, the designs visualising the course of life with graphical representations of the Angel of Death, arts, war and

This old-school skull calendar was one of my favourite parts of Richard Harris' exhibition at the Welcome Collection called Death: A Self Portrait. The illustrations were done by Louis Crucius (or Crusius) between 1882 & 1890 and were sold to the Antikamnia, a chemical company

These small resin skulls are created by Brownister Hen and are entitled Waste. The name is derived from the process in creating these skulls as the waste is the left over resin from his paintings (last image) that is then poured into a mould, creating

Here are a couple of skull prints available to buy from Brian Ewing's online store. The first one is called Galtan Kaiju and is a 5"x7" (8"x10" frame) Giclee print on German Etching Watercolour paper, edition of 20 for $50. The second is called La

I spotted this skull street art at Corbet Place, near Brick Lane London, while having a beer after work. The sun is finally making an appearance and when drinking I always recommend outside areas, and Corbet Place has a lovely little outside bar. If you're