Diego Andrade is an artist from Mexico born in January 1995. According to his biography he at one point wanted to study Forensics to know more and understand his fear of death. However, he held more passion for art and decided to become an illustrator

Recently, I was introduced to Gustavo Rimada’s artwork on Instagram by a friend. It didn’t take me long to lose myself in such a wide variety of artwork, but first I thought I’d tell you a little bit about the artist himself. Rimada was born in

Skulls represent death and are a sharp reminder of our mortality. Nevertheless, they are much more than that, especially in the creative realm. They depict change and transformation while other cultures associate them with strength and even protection. Without a doubt, skulls have various representations,

This year, LithgowSkulls17 showcases the work of 53 artists. The collection includes a teapot skull, a skull decorated as a clownfish, and an intricately detailed “Skull Island”. Some skull artists are nationally renowned, whilst others are local heroes. Every year it’s exciting to see how

Featured image above: 'You're way too close ' 1200mm x 800mm Timber Stain on salvaged pine VJ. On display Friday the 13th JAN - 3rd FEB at Axis Gallery for the Skullogic exhibition. " I think you're missing the point " 900mm x 650mm Stain on