James Jean is a Taiwanese-American award winning artist and illustrator living in Los Angeles. He was born in Taiwan but was raised in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey.He was educated at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Upon graduating in 2001, he quickly became an acclaimed cover artist for DC Comics, garnering seven(…)
Considering how popular each of them are on their own (see, for example, hipsters and viking metal), it’s not surprising that the combination of skulls and beards has caught on as well. Whether it’s fine art, band logos, concert posters, t-shirts, or advertising, bearded skulls seem to be everywhere.
I recently discovered this shop on Etsy and had to share it! They hand craft jewelry that fuses a love of sugar skulls, pets and tattoos. Day of the Dead/Sugar Skull pet-themed jewelery by Pretty In Ink Jewelry on Etsy. Shop website: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyInInkJewelry Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PrettyInInkJewelry
Skull of the Day Title: Death With Mask Artist: Valeria Myrusso Source: http://www.valeria-myrusso.com/ Skull of the Day Contest Rules 1. You MUST be registered and logged in. Otherwise, I will not have an e-mail address to contact you at if you win. You can register and log in with the widget on the upper right. 2. All(…)
Skulls and diamonds make for an amazing combination. Just check out these amazing items from Soffer Ari. The Dead Man Walking Cane The Dead Man Walking Cane is a one-of-a-kind piece, featuring meticulously hand crafted components including a unique piece of Hawaiian hardwood driftwood, a solid hand carved .925 Sterling Silver Skull, Neck and Foot,(…)
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and what could be better for the skull obsessed than skull Valentine’s gifts? Check out these wonderful hand-picked items! Many of them are on sale for an added bonus! Cards It wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without cards. Of course, you can’t find skull-themed Valentine’s cards just anywhere. I’ve(…)
An amazing antique Verge Fusee Doctor’s pocket skull watch circa 1790. Silver casing, silver and enamel dial decorated with skulls and Roman numerals formed of bones. This was being sold for $6,900.00 and the owner says it still works despite being over 200 years old!