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The Skull Art of Mitzi Sato-Wiuff

The Skull Art of Mitzi Sato-Wiuff

Mitzi (Her last name is pronounced sah-toe-view.  It’s Japanese and Danish.) is a Colorado based artist, who is originally from Japan.  Her artwork shows a clear and distinct influence of vintage shojo manga (少女漫画), tattoo art, and woodblock prints of her native country.  Mitzi has been drawing from eary childhood, playing with crayons, watercolor, colored pencil,(…)

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Recent Work by Rafal Wechterowicz

Recent Work by Rafal Wechterowicz

Are there any bands this guy hasn’t done work for?  Rafal Wechterowicz (aka Raf the Might) is easily one of my personal favorite artists, and also one of the most prolific.  Don’t let him hear you referring to him as an artist though, he hates that word!  Slayer, Pantera, Metallica, Maiden… his client list reads like(…)

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The Skulls of James Jean

The Skulls of James Jean

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(…)

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Skull Art by Odji

Skull Art by Odji

French artist Odji works in pen, ink and watercolor, creating some beautiful skull images.  Besides skulls, she also uses shamanic/native American imagery in her work.  We shared one of her Native American skull watercolors on our Facebook page and it was incredibly popular.  Personally I think it would look amazing as a tattoo, and apparently(…)

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Misfits Concert Poster Art

Misfits Concert Poster Art

These guys need no introduction, and their logo is as omnipresent as McDonalds in New York City.  Having been around since the late 70′s, it’s not surprising that there are tons of concert posters from cities around the world baring their likeness.  Here’s just a small collection of Misfits concert poster art, which is every(…)

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The Skulls of Scott Holloway

The Skulls of Scott Holloway

Scott Holloway’s work represents themes associated with the historic fusion of religious dogma and scientific enlightenment of the Renaissance. The work is meant to be contemplative; and the viewer is encouraged to meditate on its hidden subtext – narratives about the search for the divine soul through anatomical dissection. Conceptually Holloway approaches the work emotionally,(…)

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