Two or more people can look at the same thing and see something entirely different, with skull posters stirring different feelings in the hearts of those admiring them. FulcrumGallery.com is a place where classic skull paintings, such as the “Vanity last still life with a too late, skull and Hourglass” can be found next to Andy Warhol creations. They convey the same powerful message in an entirely different manner, but the one thing they have in common is the unmistakable aesthetic appeal.
The vast majority of skull prints have nothing scary about them, but are rather inspiring and invite people to reflect and meditate. Rock‘n roll fans will be equally interested in purchasing such artwork, because skull posters are frequently associated with this musical genre. The correlation is more or less subtle, so this sort of artwork will brilliantly complement any other prints depicting famous musicians or bands. The bottom line is that beauty comes in many forms and as long as the artist knows how to convey the message, even things that usually have negative connotations can look beautiful.