SKINNER

‘Morrigan Lupus’ Pop Up

Skinner’s painting Morrigan Lupus has been made into a pop up page. The symmetrical nature of the piece makes it perfect for a popup, which amazingly ends up only being four pieces of paper besides the background page. All fifteen of Morrigan’s breasts make a 3-D appearance here, sure to delight Skinner fans the world over.

Original Artwork
Original Artwork
Pop Up Version
Pop Up Version

“Ever since I was a little robot child I loved pop up books about monsters and dinosaurs! And every once in awhile there would be a cool Halloween one I would find. So whoever came up this idea now is a genius and I am really happy to now benefit from that genius by being in this book! It’s crazy what Rosston has done with my art in this bad boy! I’m so excited to see it finished! Then I get to show off my cool pop up book stuff to my nieces and nephews and get excited like a little kid all over again!!”

About the Artist

biowoesSkinner is a self-taught artist living in Oakland, California who has meticulously crafted a balance of extraordinary mural work, bizarre and antagonistic installations while maintaining a prolific commercial career. Influenced by 80’s pop culture, human struggle, myths and violence, dungeons and dragons and the heavy metal gods, Skinner’s mind is one of psycho social mayhem fueled by a calculated chaos.

His work has been shown all over the world in various museums, universities and galleries. He has been an ambassador of the alternative arts movement in countries ranging from Russia, Cuba, Japan, Europe and all across the United States. Don’t be surprised if you see one of his murals on a small side street in Scotland or some tiny village in Russia. Skinner has and continues to bring his own very specific weird art to anywhere in the world that can handle it. Skinner’s work has been celebrated in various publications including Blisss, Juxtapoz, Hi Fructose and Beautiful/Decay as well as numerous European publications.

In the fall of 2012 Skinner launched his own art and apparel company called Critical Hit. Realizing that his art is better kept in the hands of people who appreciate it on a day to day basis, he applied his strange visions and humor to an affordable media where fans of his work can find giclee and silkscreen prints, his hardback book Every Man Is My Enemy, t-shirts featuring his one of a kind designs, custom toys and figures, patches, buttons, zines and more!

Learn more about Skinner at:

theartofskinner.com

shopcriticalhit.com

facebook.com/theartofskinner

instagram.com/theartofskinner

twitter.com/skinner

Artist Edition Pop Up: ‘Death God Necros’

SKINNER

‘Morrigan Lupus’ Pop Up

Skinner’s painting Morrigan Lupus has been made into a pop up page. The symmetrical nature of the piece makes it perfect for a popup, which amazingly ends up only being four pieces of paper besides the background page. All fifteen of Morrigan’s breasts make a 3-D appearance here, sure to delight Skinner fans the world over.

Original Artwork
Original Artwork
Pop Up Version
Pop Up Version

“Ever since I was a little robot child I loved pop up books about monsters and dinosaurs! And every once in awhile there would be a cool Halloween one I would find. So whoever came up this idea now is a genius and I am really happy to now benefit from that genius by being in this book! It’s crazy what Rosston has done with my art in this bad boy! I’m so excited to see it finished! Then I get to show off my cool pop up book stuff to my nieces and nephews and get excited like a little kid all over again!!”

About the Artist

biowoesSkinner is a self-taught artist living in Oakland, California who has meticulously crafted a balance of extraordinary mural work, bizarre and antagonistic installations while maintaining a prolific commercial career. Influenced by 80’s pop culture, human struggle, myths and violence, dungeons and dragons and the heavy metal gods, Skinner’s mind is one of psycho social mayhem fueled by a calculated chaos.

His work has been shown all over the world in various museums, universities and galleries. He has been an ambassador of the alternative arts movement in countries ranging from Russia, Cuba, Japan, Europe and all across the United States. Don’t be surprised if you see one of his murals on a small side street in Scotland or some tiny village in Russia. Skinner has and continues to bring his own very specific weird art to anywhere in the world that can handle it. Skinner’s work has been celebrated in various publications including Blisss, Juxtapoz, Hi Fructose and Beautiful/Decay as well as numerous European publications.

In the fall of 2012 Skinner launched his own art and apparel company called Critical Hit. Realizing that his art is better kept in the hands of people who appreciate it on a day to day basis, he applied his strange visions and humor to an affordable media where fans of his work can find giclee and silkscreen prints, his hardback book Every Man Is My Enemy, t-shirts featuring his one of a kind designs, custom toys and figures, patches, buttons, zines and more!

Learn more about Skinner at:

theartofskinner.com

shopcriticalhit.com

facebook.com/theartofskinner

instagram.com/theartofskinner

twitter.com/skinner

Artist Edition Pop Up: ‘Death God Necros’

Who knows what fell deeds this undead warrior hath wrought upon distant lands, what black hearted god doth he serve, and why??!

Featuring a helmeted warrior ready to draw his demon sword from lower earth beneath him, this piece might possibly be the most metal pop up ever made. Over fifteen inches of evil paper madness, designed specifically to scare the crap out of you every time you open it up! Plus, Skinner has already drawn up new crotch and six pack for this guy. How fun is that? Only available in the super limited Skinner Artist Edition books!

Original Artwork
Original Artwork
Pop Up Version
Pop Up Version
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Original Artwork
Original Artwork
Pop Up Version
Pop Up Version