One Word Sunday: Skull

Well, I totally forgot what Debbie’s word was for this week when I went up to London to find some Street Art….but while I was there I had seen these, all a bit gruesome.

I mean, we all have a skull under the flesh and blood, but I prefer to see the face, not the bones beneath.

Here are some rather different takes on the skull in Street Art:

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here





  1. Wonderful Sue 😀😀

  2. And people say it’s awkward for two wearer of glasses to kiss! Your second one reminds me of Pratchett (okay, what doesn’t?) who said a few times that DEATH smiled – not that he had much of a chance doing anything else. But your third one is my favourite. Great finds!

  3. Those kissing skulls seem very spooky. At least to me. They are very well drawn though.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. I won a bet with myself. I was sure your take on “Skull” would be street art and I was right. Excellent finds for the challenge.


  5. Creepy, but perfect for the challenge Sue.

  6. I nearly did street art too – but I resisted the temptation in the end. Especially as I was sure you’d have some great ones! And you gave us a wonderful mix, Sue. A loving Russian farewell, some raging wood, and a colourful, almost friendly, finale.

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