The Smiling Skull Cabernet Sauvignon was produced as a retail-direct, private-label wine. Rhinocerosred Design created a label to compete with wines from California that have a similar quirky look-and-feel that appeals to young wine drinkers. The final art utilizes clear varnish and metallic inks.
Skulls have been used as art and decoration for centuries, but have gained immense popularity only recently. At nearly any store today we can find items embellished with skulls. From clothing to house wares to bedding and furniture, skull imagery is tremendously popular and in high demand. There is no limit to the ways skulls can be and are used in art today. From million dollar jewel-encrusted skulls to department store reproductions, every skull lover can find the one that suits their taste.