Sunday, December 23, 2007

Braincase XXII

It's another Submission-o-Rama! (received 11/12 - 11/18)

Todd found another awesome skull-themed free font at dafont.com!






Chuck took this pic of a nice bit of skull graffiti in Paris!















rrloop sent in this happy fellow!















Jason shared this fantastic carved wax skull by Dustin Sampson of Spokane, Washington!














Jim Reynolds made some terrific Halloween decorations using both of my stencils!























Mike has lots of lovely skull art for sale on his Etsy page!























Grajeda shared several excellent photos from this year's Dia de Los Muertos in Mexico City!






































Todd Gardener showed of his fun/creepy clown vs. skeleton art!





















Gary did a great job making this desktop pattern (be sure to click the art to get the full sized tileable version).














Milt spotted this awesome statue in Prague!















Jay made these fabulous works by mashing-up molds of various toys and figurines.



















Eric Jackson of Grove City, Ohio shared this wicked sticker from Cissbury Leathers.













John Dixon, art director for Men's Health magazine, shared this wonderful illustration by Julia Hoffman to illustrate the number of men who will die in the U.S. in 2008 and the causes!












Lien aka Leonardo sent this cool blood print made in the process of getting a new tattoo!










Tatman made this awesome level for the online game Bloons which you can play HERE!











Moose found this sexy [not nude but not exactly safe for work] bikini accessory.










Moreism+re shared this great piece by Mike Peter Smith.












Ian did a fine job using adding highlights to my stencil!














Candice J. Fong created this bling update of the classic vanitas paintings in her art class (32 in x 40 in Oil on Canvas with Rhinestones)!











Frank found this skull-y screensaver (.exe file) at Free Horror. [I don't own a PC so I can't see what this looks like or guarantee that it's free of viruses so download at your own risk]










Artist Ashley Blalock made this absolutely fantastic filet crochet skull!














Tracy in Yorba Linda sent in this this superb apple skull made by Shelby, age 11 (who was even inspired by a T-skull #2 worn by Tracy to read Poe's The Raven!).










Mim found this cool poster in Paris!














Franklin shared this mysterious video titled "post mortem fame cassaro vivo ou morto sorria" ["post mortem fame cassaro alive or dead smile!"]...






Artist Larry Pearson finished his fabulous Hand of Fate Skull, which was inspired in part by Skull-A-Day (and is even dedicated to the fans of S-A-D, yes you!).









Lex10 sent an update on his albino pumpkins (which appeared in the last Braincase).










FINALLY a few items that were given to me...

My friend Chris sent over this batch of cute Dia de Los Muertos images colored by students studying Spanish at Pocahontas Middle School in Richmond, Virginia!...



Alex mailed me this wonderful print (and matching sticker) he made by hand in his relief & lithography class!...



My agent Kate got these keen fabrics for me at the Bust Craftacular!...



My friend Rob Tarbell made this simply amazing piece for me using my stencil. The image is actually made from smoke that is captured on the paper! See more of this type of work as well as his other awesome pieces on his site.



And last but not least I was honored to get a note from Joe Dante (yes, the director of Gremlins and more!) thanking me for promoting his site Trailers From Hell on Skull-A-Day! If you are a film lover and you haven't yet checked it out yet, do yourself a favor and spend some time on there now, it's really a treat.

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Thanks again everyone!

Submit your own found/made skulls at the address in the upper right-hand corner of the site. Please be patient it will take around 5-6 weeks for new submissions to be posted. Be sure to include what name and link you would like included and if you found it online a link to the source as well. Also if you're sending tattoos be sure to include the artist's name and location, so we can give them proper credit. I won't repost items I've received before so be sure to check previous Braincase posts.

Don't forget you can see your items in the sidebar right away if you post them to Flickr and include the tag "skulladay".

5 comments:

Craig said...

That second image (the paste up in France) is by the artist Skullphone. He's got a pretty rad site, check it out: http://www.skullphone.com/

Cassaro said...

Thanks!

Talli said...

I saw the prague skull too, milt!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/shellibelli/1286995676/in/set-72157601789068661/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/shellibelli/1286135799/in/set-72157601789068661/

The Lone Beader said...

That first graffiti skull is the best! :)

Kim said...

Oh, I've found heaps of skull print fabrics in Australia. Maybe they really are more popular here... I made cushions, half with skull print, the other with cow print (my partner is obsessed with cows, as I am with skulls). I should send you a pic!

I've got more fabric cut waiting to be turned into a Summer dress, and some more to turn into a gothic loli style skirt.