Paul Cook, of Mondo Curio, is based in Toronto, Canada. He is working on a series of Skull Flowers and posts them on his Facebook as he creates them. Paul's work has been licensed for use in film, fashion and interior design. I see how they can be used for film, fashion, and interior design, but the first thing I thought of was a kaleidoscope. If you've ever looked into one, it has mirrors which reflect the elements inside, and create repeating patterns, which swirl as you turn the scope. I can image looking into one with floral artwork and a skull impression. That would be a different take on the toy, made better with skulls.