Skulls and Bones is the latest game from Ubisoft Singapore and tells the story of a bunch of pirates on a maritime warfare. Even though is not related directly with skulls only by name, pirate’s Jolly Roger is one of the most importan icons or at least one of the most famous skull icons and skull emblems in history. You can read about the Jolly Roger skull flag in this article
This is the largest Skull deposit/museum in Japan. According to Youtube Blogger “Japan101” There are over 7,000 skulls and skull related items featured here-the largest collection in the world: real skulls from all over the world, skull knickknacks and even a skull slot machine.
Tokebi likes skulls and creepy shit, but not any creepy shit, just the ones with pop culture attached to it. Ahh the 80’s what a nice era. I had an analog youth and having a digital adulthood. This skull represents that, inspired by 80’s nostalgia and created with 2017’s tools.
Michael Halbert created this amazing video of his drawing process, drawing this time a skeleton holding a lamp for a wine company. He uses what is called scratchboard.
Deep hidden in the vaults of history, thousands of skulls, bones and skeletons of religious people, villagers and soldiers are waiting for you to visit and hear their story, skulls and bones scattered around in various places around the world, showing us how easily life can be disrupted by wars, diseases, nature and the evil of men. In this list we show the most famous yet creepiest places where the skulls and bones are placed representing humanity as a whole. Continue reading 5 creepy places full of skull and bones
As long as written word has existed, tales where skulls played at least a tiny part in humankind history are only natural. For ages skulls are associated with death and evil in most parts of the world, while in other smaller regions is associated with life and celebration. Doesn’t matter what role a skull has partaken in history, the representation of skulls in human art has been notorious, being skull art one of most famous or infamous in history.
I’m an 80’s man. I born in the eighties, I was a witness of the cartoon evolution. Transformers, G.I.Joe, Ninja Turtles and many others were created in that time, when I was little. By my account, the 80’s were the golden era of cartoons, at least actionwise. I remember many awesome cartoons, half american, half japanese, mostly filled with action and villains from all over the universe and alternate universes.
When we talk about skulls, usually the symbolism is death, danger, caution, etc , in some other cultures like the Mexican or Japanese wearing or having famous skull accessories represent festivity and the path to the other life. Whatever the main reason is, wearing a skull represents something important for each one of us, either respect or fear. Let’s keep this in mind and here is a list of the most famous skulls in history: Continue reading 5 Famous Skulls in History you didn’t know about.
As I a skull lover myself, I have been looking for skull movies to make a list to watch every once and then, and to talk about it with fellow skull lovers. I already made a list of the 5 famous skulls in history if you want to know more about skulls that are not in movies. DISCLAIMER: I must add, these movies aren’t Oscar winners okay?, just enjoy the ride. Continue reading 10 Skull Movies to watch before you become one.
Why skull art? Why so many of your art is with skulls?
I don’t know why, but since I was a little boy I always found skulls and skull art very attractive. I studied in a catholic school, maybe the fear of death which it’s imposed by the bible’s lectures (I always have feared God, God to me represents death) made me curious about skulls. Continue reading Why Skull Art? Why I chose skulls as my art