You’ve probably seen us mention Ali Gulec before as we’ve featured his work on Society 6 in the past. He’s done a number of floral skulls that we’ve shown you in a previous blog but I thought I’d show you all my own personal Top 5,

  Admittedly one of my favourite skulled figures has to be the dead spaceman. These superb digital illustrations were created by Shaun Mooney. These ghoulish fellas seem undead rather than dead. They are wearing futuristic uniforms and are definitely looking to haunt some fellow space travellers. Found

Concept artist, Kouji Tajima, brings us this sinister looking ZBrush skull creation. Zbrush is a digital sculpting tool that combines painting, modeling and 3D elements. In the hands of a pro, you get a mean looking skull like this. Kouji Tajima is currently a Concept Artist

I spotted these vibrant digital skulls on Illustrated Monthly. They have been created by Lithuanian tattoo artist, Domantas Parvainis. You can see more of his incredible work on his Instagram feed.

The shiny chrome like digital skull is a part of a series called ‘Chemical Rawness’. The blue and red organic shapes that are reflected on its surface are symbols of pulsing life. This probably makes more sense when you see the skull as a part

I really like the effort that when into creating this photo/digital piece. This day of the dead inspired skull creation forms the basis/platform to advertise the skills of Julia Kuzmenko McKim.(there is a re-touching tutorial available to buy) This time lapse video and

A couple of simple yet gorgeous digital skull paintings by Robert Carter. We found these two skulls on his Deviant Art profile which has loads of really good painterly portraits if you are into that kind of thing. Robert Carter is a professional artist/commercial illustrator from

[embed]http://youtu.be/vqJ2pgkHtT0[/embed] Name of piece: Natural Selection Series - Darwin Type: Limited Edition Print Edition: 10 Price: £700 Framed Size: 50x70cm Sold as a set of 2 Buy Natural Selection Prints - Darwin Noah Scalin’s work explores the theme of transience – specifically the temporary nature of individual lives and the tenuous nature of all

Live Life Give Life is a charity about raising awareness of organ donation through  campaigns, events and activities. They recently contacted us about creating a skull illustration for their new campaign 'The Day of the Living'. The brief involved creating an illustration with a sugar skull

This may seem like a lazy post and well maybe it is but I had to find some way of sharing the amazing digital illustration work of the mighty Sergey Kolesov. I just spent the last 30 minutes ogling his online portfolio, constantly lifting up my

  While looking through a wondrous display of illustrations by Shotopop I noticed that there were various skulls dotted about. So in good SAS fashion and needing only a hint of a reason to share their amazing work, please welcome Shotopop. Shotopop is

Mr Lister certainly sounds like a busy fellow, being that he's a graphic designer by day and artist and vinyl toy customiser by night. Like they say, there is no rest for the wicked and in Lister's case that would be