Poster Art

Win a Signed FACE OFF Poster by Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy

FACE OFF Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy poster contest giveaway

[UPDATE] Congratulations to Nina Angelini for winning the FACE OFF gallery show poster! Street Anatomy and Skull-A-Day are giving away one signed FACE OFF gallery show poster to a lucky fan! Reflecting the theme of the show the poster features the digitally fused skull artwork of both curators, Noah Scalin and Vanessa Ruiz.… Read More »Win a Signed FACE OFF Poster by Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy

Josh LN – Anatomy of Flight

Josh LN is an illustrator and graphic designer whose geekery has translated into some beautifully nerdy posters depicting the insides of famous air crafts. You can check out (and purchase) more ships and his other stunning pieces on his Society6 page. He has some other anatomically and geek inspired prints.… Read More »Josh LN – Anatomy of Flight

Brad McGinty—Anatomy of a Monster

Brad McGinty is a Minniapolis  artist, hailing from Atlanta. He illustrates comics books, animates, and illustrates. He also makes some wicked anatomical movie monster guides. Don’t forget, Predator is a human anatomy connisseur. You can check out more of his work on his site,   [via BuzzFeed]  

Anthony Cozzi—Pale Horse

Pale Horse Anthony Cozzi ARTCRANK Denver

The extremely talented Anthony Cozzi has released a new screen print, titled Pale Horse (24″ x 18″, 100lbs matte paper, limited to 50, signed and numbered) for ARTCRANK Denver, an event featuring hand-made, bike-inspired posters created by Denver area artists.

K4 by Anthony Cozzi

Anthony Cozzi K4 Kaleidospoke

This print by Denver-based artist and illustrator, Anthony Cozzi, combines three of my loves, anatomy, cycling, and clean design. K4 is an 18″ x 18″ screen print, 100lbs matte paper, limited to 42, signed and numbered. K4 will be available for $30 at Kaleidospoke, a multi-media, multi-venue  event celebrating bicycles and art.  The event is… Read More »K4 by Anthony Cozzi


Alphaboobies Anthony Peters

Alphaboobies by UK-based graphic designer and illustrator Anthony Peters.  I couldn’t resist.  The print was available at Print Club London, but it’s sold out, so I know I’m not the only one with an appreciation… [thanks to Emily Evans for turning me on to the fabulous work at Print Club… Read More »Alphaboobies

Dying For You to See Them

Amy Winehouse

Artist and illustrator Ben Brown have created these limited edition dead-undead masterpieces. Situated in Australia, Ben Brown seems to focus on the stylistic and colourful use of the comic book style. Along with the likes of Buddy Holly, James Dean, and Kurt Cobain, he uses other iconic images such as Spiderman,… Read More »Dying For You to See Them

Poster Made From Skin

Munich based tattoo shop Chaos Crew created a poster identifying newsworthy events from 2011. What makes this poster so special? It’s calfskin, and the art wasn’t screen printed or painted, but tattooed on! It’s a great concept—though it does make me cringe a little.  I have a decent number of… Read More »Poster Made From Skin

The Hive Heart

heart hive screenprint AngryBlue Justin Kramerer

Illustrator Justin Kamerer of AngryBlue says he probably “draws more skulls in a week than you have buried under your house”.  Indeed, a very prolific illustrator, Justin’s dark themes are usually reflected in more aggressive looking skulls, but this piece above combines shapes a beehive into an anatomical heart.  Alive… Read More »The Hive Heart