“Bunny Reaper“ is a series of illustrations and paintings on wood by Norio Fujikawa. Norio is a designer and artist from San Francisco, California. He does a fair amount of character design, and seems to have an affinity for skull-themed reaper animals.
A sip of virtual inspirations by Cesar Nandez. He is an illustrator from Mexico.
Skull tattoos are one of the most common types of tattoos in the world. It can be difficult for people to accept the popularity of skull tattoos when they mean such dark and depressing things, but the fact is that skull tattoos often have a very positive or motivating meaning. Skull tattoos remind people to experience obstacles and hardships, to take chances and be their best. People who choose these tattoos want to remember that their mortal life is meaningless in comparison to the wonders and glory that await them after death. In the Kabbalah belief system, the skull represents rebirth and is a time for celebration, not sadness, sorrow, and mourning.
Rose tattoo designs are so frequently tattooed with skulls, to represent the contrast between life and death or beauty and decay. It is this symbol of duality that brings to mind the everlasting struggle between good and evil, beauty and ugliness, and the belief that from death comes life.
Skull Hobo Nickels by Paolo ‘Mrthe’ Curcio.
The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The nickel, because of its size, thickness, and relative softness, was a favored coin for this purpose. However, the term “hobo nickel” is generic, as carvings have been made from many different denominations.
Skull-shaped candle crafted from a natural wax blend by Australian brand Insight.
Sourpuss Clothing Skeleton Beach Towel will keep your bones nice and dry this sweltering summer season. With a conjoined skeleton head and black & white detailing from top to bottom, you bet we’re gonna be chillin’ poolside with this baby on the daily!
With an encouraged edge in personal style, Dolls Kill is a leading fixture in the society of praised rebellion. If you would rather give an enthusiastic “FUCK YOU” than conform to the contrived styles of today’s industry, then we’ve got you covered.
Inspired by the perpetual revenge of young girl fantasy, Dolls Kill is an active subversion of the fashion industries “norm”. Whether she is experimenting with fashion, music or sexual identity, the Dolls Kill customer can be seen aggressively fighting the higher power and unapologetically raising hell wherever she goes. Here is where you will find clothing inspiration pulled from the digital Tumblr girl world, bad acid trips, underground counterculture and stylized gutter punks. Navigate through the site and unleash your inner riot girl at an online shopping destination unlike anywhere else.
Beautiful work by Vancouver based graphic designer, Sophia Ahamed. This image is from her series titled SKELETAL SYSTEMS that is a mixed media exploration of both the human and animal skeletal systems. The image is meant to bring out the emotional value of each bone structure providing the viewer with an abstract take on the inner workings of the body. This is a personal project that co insides with the illustration series OF Flesh and Bone.
Sophia Ahamed is a Graphic Designer from Vancouver, Canada. Specializing in typography, branding and print, publication design, brand identity, poster production, packaging, multimedia design, Web/UI design and art-direction. As a creative she believes it is important to constantly engage change, invent, reinvent, to research,challenge, explore, discover, learn, imagine, create, enhance, and most importantly never stop dreaming.
Floral Skull by Ali Gulec. Ali is an Istanbul based photo illustrator and a prolific creator of skulls. His stylistic range takes the ubiquitous skull and turns it into something new and exciting every time. He makes illustrations for worldwide textile brands and many Turkish advertisement agencies.
Paris based art director and graphic artist, Isabelle Delle creates interesting and quirky anatomical collages.