October 13, 2011


The skull and crossbones represents many things - mortality, secret societies, pirates, but interestingly, "poison" comes last. Back in 1970, the Pittsburgh Poison Control actually replaced the skull and crossbones with the Mr Yuk label because the area children identified this symbol more closely to the Pirates baseball team than to poison. Creepy, funny, or dazzling - the skull and crossbones is a universal term for "bad-ass".

All my designs (including this one) are available on a wide variety of shirt styles. A customer sent me this photo of his Skullie creation. Send me your flopsock product photos and I will post them here too!

Skull Party Invitation

Party Invitation: Beware! Awesome Party Approaching! Great invitation for Halloween parties. Customize the back with your party details.
Warning Greeting Card card
Halloween Greeting Card: The front reads: "WARNING", and the inside reads: "Big bowels of candy will be everywhere. Happy Halloween!"

Warning Coffee Mug mug
Coffee mug: with the message: "Warning: I haven't had my coffee yet" on the other side.
Skull Dartboard
Dartboard. Play at your own risk.

Skull Pacifier
Baby Pacifier. For pirate-babies!

Skull Dry Erase Board
Dry Erase Board. Do or die.

Skull Plate
Plate. Great for Halloween parties!
Skull Placemat
Placemat. This design is also available for kitchen towels and coasters!

Skull Pillow
Pillow. Add a touch of evil to your room.

Ckull Notebook
Notebook. Also available on stickers and magnets!

Skull clock
Clock. Seriously, time is running out!

Skull poster
Poster: fits into a standard 24" x 36" frame - or customize it to fit your space.
Skull Wristlet
Wristlet: Downsize your purse, great for Halloween parties.

skull laptop sleeve
Laptop sleeve. Hands off this laptop, dude! This design is also available for a variety of phone cases and iPad cases.

If this page doesn't have enough skulls for you, check out my Smokey Bones page next. Thanks for visiting!

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