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This great skull sticker book, titled Stickerbomb Skulls, was put together by Studio Rarekwai and published by Laurence King. We, Mr Four Fingers, were lucky enough to be included in the project – we submitted some ‘skull people-inspired‘ illustrations which have been turned into stickers.  Stickerbomb […]

INSA is a fine artist and designer who creates real-life gifs! He has labeled them as Gif-iti and each mural is painted and then photographed in sequence to create the animation (of up tom 8 layers) which you can see here. I found this amazing […]

James Bareham, a New York-based photographer and part of The New Cruelty studio, created Bodies & Skulls, a series of still-life images of preserved bodies, skulls and various internal organs. I wonder if Street Anatomy has spotted these yet, as they would be the perfect fit on that […]

Aryz, the self-proclaimed painter-of-walls, is one of the biggest names in street art right at the moment and creates the most amazing work. His work is generally massive which normally covers the side of whole buildings. This piece, featuring a skeleton can be found in Cologne, […]

Street Anatomy and Skull-A-Day are giving away one signed FACE OFF gallery show poster to a lucky fan! The poster is the feature image for Skull Appreciation Day 2013. Reflecting the theme of the show, Face Off, the skull poster features the digitally fused skull artwork of both curators, […]

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 […]

Endless has created another interesting skull print and I’m happy to be able to share it with our society of skull lovers! I’ve also been noticing some of his street art in East London round the Brick Lane, Old Street and Shoreditch areas and would […]