If there is one thing we appreciate about artists it’s that we love to see them incorporate skulls into their work. This skull bodied character is called I-R0k , sketched by Jama Jurabaev and was the first character he designed for the eye-popping film ‘Ready Player
The Art of Wolfskulljack Book is a Kickstarter to back one of our favourite Skull Society Artists - Wolfjackskull. YOU HAVE 29 HOURS TO BACK THIS PROJECT! Back it now. We were a bit late on the draw with this one unfortunately but hopefully you see this
Belgium artist, Vince Okerman, really likes the concept of showing 2 images by coloring the doodles in a specific way. This skull doodle made on Strathmore Toned Tan paper (size : 18"x24" or 45cm x 61cm) and he used prismacolor pencils and posca markers. He does other illustrations
We recently posted about some skull stickers from the devilish mind of Defame. Since then we decided to purchase some of those stickers for ourselves and nab an original too. The skull stickers are great and the original drawing is damn fine. The details
Vero Navarro, a Madrid-based illustrator, has created this playful print series, titled Hipster Bones, portraying a hipster with a trendy bone golf shirt. Vero combines illustration with digital techniques to execute some of her work. To view more of Vero’s beautiful work, visit veronavarro.co.
Every portfolio should have a healthy dose of skulls. Javier Gonzalez Pacheco excels at this by creating amazing digital skull art and a few traditional ones to boot. One can never become bored with skull astronauts. Javier moves
This Killer Skull Illustration is by artists and tattoo artist - Marcus Manfredi. A humble talent, Marcus still refers to himself as an ‘Amateur Tattooer’, currently working out of Black Barock Tattoo in Barcelona. Marcus enjoys drawing and painting in addition to tattooing. His other passion
Joseph Loughborough, a British Artist, is able to reach into the dark corners of your mind with these moirbid yet enticing charcoal drawings. There is a definite loneliness portrayed in his work, and a feeling of melancholy which draws you in. The subjects of his drawings