And without further adieu here is the video from our inaugural skull art exhibition - Celebrabis Vitae which took place on Halloween earlier this year. Thanks very much to Oliver Lavery-Farag for filming on the night and editing the video for us! And again, big thanks

Cosmic Skull is an insanely detailed original piece of artwork is by New Zealand concept artist, Sneaky Studios AKA Tony Graystone. His work and style remind me of Iain Macarthur as he creates the most beautiful and detail pen illustrations. This Cosmic Skull was featured at

Name of piece: Violet's Triangle Cow Type: Original Sculpture Materials: Skull & paint Price: £325 Size: 60x55cm Catalogue Number: VBCOW1-14 BUY NOW - Visit the skull shop to buy now Artist Name: Violet Bond Name of piece: Violet's Flowery Cow Skull Type: Original Sculpture Materials: Skull & paint Price: £300 Size: 50x40cm Catalogue Number: VBCOW2-14 BUY NOW

[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

This guy certainly needs no introduction, especially on this blog as we've mentioned his skills before numerous times, but Iain Macarthur's tribal skulls are something worth mentioning again, especially seeing as though they are now all available in our online shop for the low

So we figured it was time that we collected a whole bunch of skulls together again and this time we decided on Skull Movie Posters. They are in no specific order and this is not the most comprehensive list of all skull movie posters ever

CALL FOR ARTISTS – WE NEED YOUR SKULLS JOIN US AT OUR UPCOMING SKULL EXHIBITION – CELEBRABIS VITAE – ON 31ST OCTOBER 2014 We would like to invite all skull artists to submit work for our upcoming skull show and exhibition titled CELEBRABIS VITAE (Celebrate life) which takes place on the 31st October

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,