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.

This beautiful illustration, created by Katerina Murysina, may be light  and feminine but was actually inspired by tragic events. From reading about this illustration on her Behance profile, two female figures represent the passing of her friend and grandmother. These sad events led Katerina to

Luke Dwyer, an Australian-born, artist specializes in 3D illustration, Character animation & Motion Graphics Design for Television, Advertising, Film and Gaming. He has created a unique mix of digital skulls using natural and man-made elements - the textures and executions

Xrista Stavrou is a digital artist we found on the Saatchi Art online gallery and shop. Xrista creates many variations of skull art using illustration, digital components and photography. Her work has an elegance to it which is consistent with every piece and

   Eddie Yau, a digital artist from Hong Kong, created these skulls. As you can see they are quite different in their styles and execution but all as cool as each other. Looking at the info on his Behance profile it looks like the original artwork was

This digital artwork, COOLOR, is a new rainbow-inspired series signed by the artist Jerico Santander, based in Arrecife, Spain. I spotted this colourful digital skull on the Creative Boys Club, who occasionally blog about skulls from time-to-time. Jerico has created a whole series of these colourful digitally-created artworks.

Monday mornings are great when you get to feast your eyes on these amazing 3D digital skull illustrations by Antonio Tudisco. Antonio is a German artist and graphic designer and creates a variety of 3d illustrations. His work is a vibrant kaleidoscope of 3D magic