I'm a bit surprised we have not featured the dark and sexy creations of Sylvia Ji yet on SAS but as hey say, better late than on fire. We are all accustomed to the 'Day of the Dead' theme painted on many a face though
These interestingly morbid skull paintings are by Mike Egan. Mike is a Pitsburgh-based artist and I found him through the latest Street Anatomy and Skull-a-Day Skull Appreciation Day show. There is definite reference to religion and death in his works, so not big talking points
These fragmented skull paintings are collectively called 'Doom Loop' followed by piece number. For instance the first image below is 'Doom Loop 19' and were originally created with Cel-Vinyl Acrylic (not sure how it differs from standard Acrylic?) on paper by artist Tim Biskup. I
Simple and colourful watercolour and digital skull created by Vanessa Rivera. This is the only skull I can find that she has created but be sure to check out her other illustrations on Behance as they are pretty damn good. Originally found on Eat, Sleep, Draw
These creepy skulls come from the warped mind of surreal pop artist Robert Craig. He reminds me of Ron English in terms on content and executions, that being cartoon-esque and often hyper real paintings that have artificially and popping colours. Where the they differ, for
The blurb on Kollectible Kulture states these are "custom drawing of Hugh Rose". So not sure if these are self portraits of Hugh Rose or simply images he has drawn. Whatever they are they are pretty cool. Since I bookmarked this it seems that Kollectible Kulture are
I found a nice little website which seems to be overflowing with glorious SKULLS – Design Inspiration. This religious/holy skull is totally skulltacular and is a great addition to the skull appreciation society.
The skull image is credited too This Isn’t Happiness, but I couldn’t seem to find the skull on this blog and judging from the look of it, this blog has obviously taken all the images from other places on the net.