skull tattoos by Milan

Skull tattoos by Milan

  Tattooing is the art form where skulls are very popular. From a simple skull to skull and crossbones to flaming skulls and skulls intertwined with roses, there are many forms of skull tattoos. Often symbolizing power, triumph or the memory of a loved one, skull tattoos are particularly fashionable in recent years. Today I would like […]

Chocolate Skulls

Chocolate Skulls

Craving something deliciously macabre? These luscious bite-sized Chocolate Skulls are the perfect gift for Halloween, Zombie lovers, Horror fans, Medical professionals and patients. They will be a great gift for a loved one or an incredible addition to an event that will get everyone talking. Skull Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans are a dark roasted 100% Arabica coffee bean coated […]

Skull makeup by Morganne Foster

Skull makeup by Morganne Foster

Skull makeup is simple to do and can be done rather quickly, if needed. Black and white paint can make your face scarier than you ever thought it could be. This would be great for a costume party if you wanted to dress up but look glam at the same time. In this post I would […]

Skull Rainbow Crayons

Skull Rainbow Crayons

Who can resist to sit down and color?  These fun and exciting crayons are perfect for kids and adults alike! Each crayon is unique in its combination of rainbow colors! Made from recycled, non-toxic crayons, Mini Skull Rainbow Crayons make drawings and crayon rubbings fun and easy for younger kids because of its size and […]

Death and the Maiden by PJ Lynch

Death and the Maiden

Death and the Maiden by PJ Lynch is an absolutely beautiful painting. This is a motif that has recurred through Art since medieval times. PJ wanted to explore it without being too literally illustrative. He is an Irish artist and illustrator of children’s books, he has also designed posters, stamps and book covers. You can visit his website here: PJ Lynch […]

The Chemical Brothers Hey Boy Hey Girl

The Chemical Brothers Hey Boy Hey Girl

The Chemical Brothers Hey Boy Hey Girl  is one of my favorites videoclip song. In the late nineties The Chemical Brothers released a spectacular music video of their track Hey Boy Hey Girl. A young girl seemingly obsessed by skeletons and by death, is dealt a traumatic blow after a bully of a classmate spits […]

Mind Control Kitty (2)

Mind Control Kitty

I love this Grumpy Cat from “Mind Control Kitty” painting by Phresha, Vancouver-based young artist. She likes to draw sumptuous vixens romping around with mustached kittens and ice cream cones.  Her work can be described as vibrant, playful and sometimes scandalous, organic flows with seductive female forms and whimsical undertones. Phresha’s art has been featured in […]

Skull tattoos by David Boggins

Skull tattoos by David Boggins

Have a look at these great skull tattoos by David Boggins. His favorite types of tattoos involve girl faces, flowers, lace, beads, feathers, and realistic skulls. He loves Art Nouveau, and Victorian decor. David is a big fan of combining both dark elements with feminine elements to create balance and beauty. David and his wife […]

Skull Art by Yvan Meunier

Skull Art by Yvan Meunier

Skull art is not a new idea. Skulls have been used as art and decoration for centuries. Death is seen in different ways around the world. While some people dread it because they often associate it with the emergence of all things evil, others consider it as a celebration for the life of their deceased ancestors and […]

Skeleton Illustrations by FFO Art

Skeleton Illustrations by FFO Art

What a terrific juxtaposition of the human structure with sexual appeal. I love these beautiful skeleton illustrations by FFO Art. This anonymous artist combines textbook science imagery with an Art Nouveau style to achieve a strangely romantic look at the human form.   This quote can be found atop the artist’s page: “Is this real? Or has this […]

Custom engraving by Tony Reynolds

Custom engraving by Tony Reynolds

Today I want to show you an incredible custom engraving by Tony Reynolds. He specializes in engraving parts for custom rides from Club logos to completely original pieces. This London born artist has specialized in various art forms such as stone, metal and wood sculpture and painting. Tony was a tattoo artist when he discovered engraving […]

River of Skulls

River of Skulls

River of Skulls from Twisted Oak is a frightfully delicious bottle of wine. In 1805, Lieutenant Gabriel Moraga was ordered by the Spanish Governor of California to explore the Great Central Valley and to (re)name everything he found. One day he came across a river the banks of which were littered with skulls. No one […]

Zombie Unicorn by Austen Mengler

Zombie Unicorn by Austen Mengler

Like unicorns? Check out this beautiful Zombie Unicorn by Austen Mengler, an artist and illustrator from Perth, Western Australia. Austen loves creating warped and interesting characters, monsters and creatures in his pieces. He specializes in the horror, fantasy and sci-fi areas. Over the many projects he has been involved in he has done work for online video games, film projects, horror […]

Skull Cameo Jewelry by Cinsational Baubles

Skull Cameo Jewelry by Cinsational Baubles

I love these Skull Cameo Jewelry by Cinsational Baubles! Absolutely perfect for anyone into the more macabre side of life and death. You can buy it for yourself or it might be great skull gift for your friend. Many cameo jewelry have the same general oval shape with a silhouette in the middle. Some people want to get necklaces […]

Skull Violin by Mark Noll (2)

Skull Violin by Mark Noll

If you like violins and skulls you will definitely love this amazing Skull Violin by Mark Noll, a self-taught woodwork artist based in Florida. He creates jewelry and sculptures. Visit his website: Mark Noll Designs Mark Noll, and 11 other talented artists, was recently invited to turn an old violin into a piece of art which is going to be auctioned […]

From Darkness Comes Wonder

From Darkness Comes Wonder

We have featured some artworks done by Danny O’Connor before: The Art of Danny O’Connor. And here we are again with his outstanding “From Darkness Comes Wonder” painting. This is a pigment ink print, hand embellished with acrylic paint and Paint marker with a nice hand torn deckled edge on heavyweight Natural White Fine Art Paper. Danny O’Connor is a […]

Skull tattoos by Mirco Campioni

Skull tattoos by Mirco Campioni

Over the course of history, one of the enduring tattoo designs is the skull. As a reflection of the line between life and death, skulls can bear a lot of meaning. It’s these meanings that make the skull such a lasting tattoo design. Skull tattoos can mean recognition of death, celebration of life, and just […]

Skull Flowers by Mondo Curio

Skull Flowers by Mondo Curio

Mondo Curio is the universe of Artist and Designer Paul Cook – The Man with Kaleidoscope Eyes. Have a look at his amazing Skull Flowers. Paul Cook is a self-taught photographer, whose career as a multidisciplinary artist spans music, illustration, and commercial design. Cook began to focus on fine art photography four years ago. Since […]

Skull Watercolor Illustrations by Odji

Skull Watercolor Illustrations by Odji

Today we would like to show you some skull watercolor illustrations by Odji from Bordeaux, France. She is one of our fans and from now on we are also her fans. Odji is a young very talented artist specializing in different types of drawing techniques and illustration. She’s been drawing way back since she was a child. Her passion for art carried over to […]

Please Forget Me by Mr Clement

"Please Forget Me" by Mr Clement

Have a look at these amazing sculptures “Please Forget Me” by Mr Clement. Their heads are removable to show their skull underneath. Mr Clement is an extremely shy artist from Hong Kong and usually prefers to remain anonymous. Her inspirations come from manga, porn, classical music and popular culture. She’s exploring a new and more accessible platform by mixing fine […]

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