Death Cigarettes

  How can you create a powerful brand? Follow the advice of UK entrepreneur BJ Cunningham who created Death Cigarettes, a brand of cigarettes sold in the United Kingdom from 1991 to 1999. Its product disclosed its hazardous nature by prominently displaying skull and crossbones on its outer package and came in two varieties: Death, and Death Lights. Just imagine how ...

Dr Lakra skull drawing

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  Today we want to show you one of Dr Lakra skull drawings. It is a portrait of a woman with skull on vintage magazine. Jerónimo López Ramírez from Oaxaca, Mexico, is a self-taught illustrator and tattoo artist who signs his works as Dr Lakra. He tours bazaars and libraries worldwide looking for surfaces to draw upon, including ...

Skull Cake Pan

Check out this cool Skull Cake Pan. This three-dimensional pan makes a big statement at Halloween parties. Heavyweight cast aluminum conducts heat extremely evenly. Premium non-stick surface for easy release and cleanup. You can buy this cool cake pan here: Wilton 2105-0607 Dimensions 8-Cavity 3D Skull Pan, Mini Wilton Dimensions Nonstick 3D Skull Pan

Skull faucet by Stephen Einhorn

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  This Skull faucet by Stephen Einhorn is outstanding! A pair of extremely original, yet beautiful, hand cast skull & crossbones Gothic Capstan heads, designed to be fitted onto Barber Wilson wall mounted taps/faucets. Your neighbours won’t have these!   Stephen Einhorn has become synonymous with quality, exclusivity and cutting edge design within contemporary British jewelry. With a focus on ...

Wonder Woman

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Wonder Woman by Gina Kiel was created for a Drawing Book Studios exhibition in Sydney, and the theme was POWER. The gun is a symbol of Masculine power, representing War and Murder. She has employed the Male Technology to destroy her Male Intellect, leaving her Woman’s Elemental Body with it’s powerful, Natural, Protective symbols.

Pulp Fiction skulls

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  Pulp Fiction skulls by Jose Pulido. This is a limited edition Gocco screenprint titled Pulp Fiction Calaveras. It is a one color print with Black ink on a sheet of Coventry Rag Paper, great for framing. Each one is printed by hand so they are all unique and may have slight variations. Available here: pulp-fiction-calaveras-limited-edition

Crystal skull

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This Crystal Skull carved from an Amethyst Geode is outstanding! Add a relaxing touch your home or office with this translucent amethyst carved skull. Unlike the recent Indiana Jones movie, these crystal skull doesn’t suck, and will be a centerpiece of conversation no matter where you put it. A wide range of such amazing Crystal Skulls you ...

Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Wallpaper

Check out this amazing Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Wallpaper! This unique wallpaper was designed by Emily Evans as a bespoke project for Barrio Central and Barrio North, two wonderfully colorful Latin bars located in Soho and Islington in London. Emily extensively researched the Mexican Day of the Dead tradition and sugar skull representations before ...

Skull biker

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  Skull biker is an illustration by Matt Taylor. This illustration is his contribution to Artcrank London show. Matt Taylor is an illustrator and designer based in the Sussex countryside. He spends his days crafting expansive, Americana inspired illustrations with a nod to classic comic book art of the fifties and sixties. After graduating from Buckinghamshire University he rolled ...

Skull by Tomohiro Inaba

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Today we want to show you this incredible Skull by Tomohiro Inaba. The sculpture appears to start off anatomically perfect, a black skull resting on its chin, but devolves into an impossibly complex tangle of steel wire that twists vertically into the sky like violent pencil scribbles. This wire sculpture by Tomohiro Inaba appears to be ...

Skulls by Tom French

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This time we want to show you these awesome Skulls by Tom French. The central allegory of Mortality and Time – skull – may never loose its trend in art. Skull is a main subject of Tom French's figurative drawings. In his works he carefully combines detailed photorealism with strong elements of abstraction and surrealism, focusing on the ...