Crystal Head Vodka in Skull Bottle

Crystal Head Vodka in Skull Bottle. The bottle is made by Bruni Glass in Italy, and the kosher-certified vodka is made with pure Newfoundland water and filtered through 500-million year-old crystals known as Herkimer diamonds. Taken from The Whisky Exchange where this Crystal Head Vodka is available to purchase for only £41.95

Adventure Diary – Skull Book

The Adventurer’s Diary skull book was created by Souverein for the magazine 3D Artist Online. Souverein is a design agency based in the Netherlands and they’ve got some cracking work. Souverein have been helping creative people around the world with the prints for their exhibitions, personal use and portfolios. Their printing techniques are suited for artistic photography, art-reproductions, graphic and ...

Protect And Survive

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Protect And Survive is a photo made by Peter Kennard in 1980. Kennard was born in London in 1949. He is senior tutor in photography and his work is in many major collections. His work has been published in numerous publications including The Guardian, Sunday Times, The Telegraph and Time Magazine. Ever since Peter Kennard was a ...

Feathers and Skulls painting by Charmaine Olivia

Feathers and Skulls painting by Charmaine Olivia. Olivia is currently living in San Francisco. She spends the majority of her days continually teaching herself how to paint and draw. She is extremely curious and passionate about life, beautiful things and creativity.    Her illustrations, photography and paintings have appeared in publications, galleries and private collections throughout the world. Some of ...

Life’s Deadly Disease

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Life’s Deadly Disease is an illustration by Jeremy Young, a 17 years old self-taught digital artist from New Zealand. He has established a personal style which makes his works differ from the norm. Color and minimalism play a big part in his works. Jeremy has always had an interest in art and making things from a very young age. He ...

Skulls by Helen Musselwhite

Skulls by Helen Musselwhite appear in the latest edition of Dance Gazette. Helen was asked to explore a theme close to every creative’s heart the joy of creativity and alongside it, the demons of the creative process. Helen’s idea was to portray these two notorious mindsets as skulls. A concept that she executed quite brilliantly in these paper cut models. ...