David Lozeau

I’ve been digging some of Davif Lozeau’s skeleton art lately (pun intended?).

Perhaps I’m just a sucker for skeleton art, but I think these characters are pretty fun.

From the website: David Lozeau has a quirky, character-driven painting style that blends Day of the Dead iconography, 1950s cartoon cell animation, traditional tattoo imagery, and pure Southern California Lowbrow, revealing his unique perspective on life, death, and all the gory stuff in between.

See more here.

7 Responses to “David Lozeau”

  1. I am actually friends in real life with Dave. He’s a great guy with a hell of alot of talent.

  2. What in the world!!!! How did I not know of these lovely bony lads! I LOVE THEM! I LOVE THEM! I LOVE THEM!

  3. Hey thanks everyone!!!! Much appreciated and thanks for the post!

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