We're excited to share some really cool skull graffiti done by street artist Filite. All of his work is pretty dam cool so be sure to check it out. More work can be seen here, on instagram  and facebook.  

Original, hand painted, realistic skull sculpture.  Each one of these hand crafted, plaster skulls is uniquely painted by an artist from LA Collective, recently formed to represent emerging California Artists. The Skull, dripping with bold colors, embodies the macabre with a street sensibility. Each skull is hand painted

It's only natural that when we come across amazing talents that they get to make our skull wall of fame multiple times. Smug One is one of those talents that I'm sure will be making more then two appearances (check out last blog here!). The scale

We have featured the talents of Steve Locatelli before but it’s time we shared some more. Locatelli is a graffiti/mural artist hailing from Belgium who has a definite flair for skulls. Like I said he is

This may not be a recent skull mural from the mighty Meggs but we share still  share it all the same. Love the work of Meggs for his powerfull and energetic style that is instantly recognisable. Originally found on Designspiration.

The Consumer, a Pacman inspired piece, is by street artist SHOK-01. SHOK usually creates street art/graffiti which contains bones and inside the iconic Pacman-like figure is a skull. The meaning of the piece is quite literal and is aimed at all of us, including SHOK himself,

The other day we (Mr Four Fingers) were given the opportunity to mess about with spray paint and of course we started by spray painting skulls.  I have always been keen to try spray paint but wanted to find an area large

This amazing skull graffiti was created by REMS 182, a supremely talented urban street artist hailing from Italy. REMS 182 is also a part of Truly Design , a collective of artists that stemmed from friendships forged in a graffiti crew. Emanuele "REMS 182 " Ronco

Sorrow certainly does become joy when you find an artist with a few skulls in his closet. In this case the skulls belong to Ekundayo, a Honolulu-born multi media artist. This fella has some wicked drawing and painting skills and he has been able to

Some pretty shit hot skull graffiti work from the mighty Smug One and yes he has plenty to be smug about. What I can't wrap my head around is the scale of some of these pieces and how it's all so smooth but then again

Again, you guys are making my job easy! We were sent this skull by Gorellaume, whose website is called Necessary Experience, and he collaborated with another amazing artist called Monsieur Qui. Do yourselves a favour, click on the image and make it bigger, or better yet, go find

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