Day Of The Dead Skull

The first thing that makes the skull such a compelling image is the numerous and deep meanings associated with it.

The skull has many meanings:

    * To invoke fear or caution.
    * To celebrate the memory of the dead.
    * To celebrate life.
    * As a symbol of vanity.
    * As a symbol of life after death.
    * As a symbol of change.
    * As a means of obtaining good luck or avoiding bad luck.
    * As a symbol of toughness, machismo, courage, bravery or indifference to death and danger.
    * As a symbol of nonconformity, free-thinking, and rebelliousness.
    * For cute appeal and fashion.
    * As pure decoration.


                            Blue Fire Skull


                             Blue Chrome Skull

    Because of the numerous underlying meanings associated with the skull, fashion has embraced it wholeheartedly. One thing that made the use of the skull in fashion such a big hit is that most people can relate to it. Another thing that made it so popular in fashion is the versatility of the image. The skull can be used as a design on its own, or it can be integrated into a much more complex piece of art.


                          Orange Fire Skull


                             Red Chrome Skull

    The skull is one of the most attractive and fashionable motifs around. But for some people, the skull means more than just another design, but rather a statement. With its simple yet iconic silhouette, deep meanings, and superior versatility, there’s no doubt that the skull will remain a fashion icon for a very long time. Expect to see the skull in fashion items worldwide for the foreseeable future.


                                 Chrome Skull

                  Green Skull And Crossbones


                        Camouflage Skull

                       Pink Camouflage Skull

                 Camouflage Skull And Crossbones


                  Pink Camouflage Skull And Crossbones