The ‘Etch A Sketch’ is a classic toy that enables the user to endlessly draw and re-draw anything they want. The two knobs control a stylus that etches lines in aluminum powder to create black lines. A simple shake reverts the drawing board back to

Plague doctors (wicki) were special medical physicians who treated plague victims. Their skull-like mask had a long beak and looked truly freaky. The beak was filled with scented materials and straw. The straw was thought to filter out “miasmic bad air”. In case you were

The Witch-king of Angmar was the leader of the Nazgûl or Ringwraiths, and Sauron's second-in-command in the Second and Third Ages. Once a king of men, he was corrupted by one of the nine Rings of Power given to the lords of men and became

These skull rolling pins are the perfect gift for those of you who love a good bake-off. Well, people who like skulls, heavy metal and baking. Although the heavy metal thing is probably BS as skull-loving good people like you don't necessarily have to

The candles were designed by The Jacks, a South Korean-based design team. Their Kickstarter campaign (which has already reached its goal but is still accepting contributions) outlines the journey that their idea took from concept to fabrication. Both candle

Out the plethora of paintings styles that exist I’m definitely drawn to the ‘painterly style’ above all. A lovely example of that style is this skull painting by the fantastic Pascal Vicollet. Pascal is known for his thick brush strokes, dripping lines and dynamic angles. All

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

On one drunken night in East London we spied a mischievous little skull through blurry eyes. The skull I’m referring to was a vinyl sticker created by Skeleton Cardboard. We were fortunate enough to find

It’s quite horrifying to think that there was once a time that a sharp metal rod and hammer were used in a neurosurgical procedure. I’m referring to a lobotomy. This may sound more than a little lame but I

Themes of life and death play a major role in the portfolio of, Japanese artist, Haruko Maeda. Haruko's work is recognisable for it’s skulled people and 1600’s style of depicting figures. Her work is detailed and

New Batman Painting by Mr Four Fingers (Skull Society founders) called Darkness Rising. I think, like many others, that Batman is simply fun to draw. The Dark Knight has such a powerful and menacing silhouette that it simply had to have a skull. Like our first