Keys, glasses, phone, watch, loose change, and the contents of your pockets... it can be difficult keeping all these things in mind. Get organised, keep your paraphernalia in a skull, freeing up space in yours. The key to good organisation is to keep everything in one place, so stay tidy, fill your head with stuff before you lose it. Designed for holding the things you use every day. A great gift for the forgetful.
Keep your essentials in your head
Keys, glasses, phone, watch, loose change, the entire contents of your pockets - it can be difficult keeping all of these things in mind. Get organised and keep your essentials in this skull, freeing up some space in yours. An ideal gift for the dark and disorganised.
Design by Rosie Upright for SUCK UK
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This is not a Toy This product has not been classified as a toy, and therefore is not intended for children.
Recyclable Packaging Made from materials that can easily be recycled if disposed of correctly.
Plastic Recycling Type-7 Please be responsible and recycle any unwanted plastic product or packaging. Other plastics such as PC and ABS are Type-7 plastics, common products that use this type of plastic include CD's and lenses for sunglasses. Your local recycling centre will have the capability to recycle this type of plastic.
Rosie was born and raised in Sunderland but fled for the bright lights of London to study graphic design in 2006, having developed a strong interest of the subject after visiting a Peter Saville exhibition whilst at college. An obsession with all things print and ephemera followed – shunning the digital world for the hand rendered, which is still apparent today in her watercolour pet portraits and bespoke illustration business. When not working as a designer at Suck UK HQ, she can usually be found organising her stationery cupboard with her cat Biggie Smalls at home in East London.