Like most people with smart phones nowadays I am constantly trawling social media channels but my favourite is definitely Instagram because I find gems like this beautiful skull painting by the talented Kathleen Sanders. You can follow her Instagram here and if you really
Title: 'I'm Dead' Size: 23x23x30cm View in the SAS shop. Title: 'Holy Cow' Materials: Real buffalo skull, acrylic paint and collage Size: 90x90x22cm View in the SAS Shop. The exquisite real animal skulls were painted by Violet Bond, Australian-based artist who lives in Maningrida on the coast of
Lora Zombie is a Russian-born artist loves to create colourful and vibrant paintings, including these pieces of artwork featuring skulls and pandas, skulls and pugs and a skull unicorn, just because why the hell not! Visit here website here for more of her eclectic artwork.
Buy this beautiful painting from our online Shop! David Kraig joined us for the successful and hugely popular skull art exhibition, Celebrabis Vitae, which was hosted by Mr Four Fingers and The Skull Society. He created this beautiful dripping skull on canvas. It's a great
This beautiful skull-themed print is by a french artist called Mr Walter from the Art&Toys website. I love black and white imagery and this piece also reminds me of an African-styled painting hanging in a typical African pub, only this time, it includes some sexy
Stephan Alexandr is an American designer and artist. He sources these animal skulls locally and imports these too, if not available in the US, paints and decorates them and in doing so transforms them into mountable pieces of striking art. The style reminds me of
Sebastien Lafleur sent us his beautiful skull art through Facebook and we had to share them with you. You can see more of his skull art and other paintings on his website too. Thanks for sharing Sebastien! Remember you can share your skulls with us through
The Skull Appreciation Society welcomes one of the freshest illustrating talents I have seen in awhile. I met Magnus Jansson a few years ago but little did I know that seething below the surface was this insane illustrative skill. I was recently introduced to Jansson's