How can a sticker get some attention at some point of anyones life? Stickers are an act of freedom or, at least, evoquer of freedom. Straight from the graffiti tradition,

the slap world has become a connecting agent, an intimate message (more than just a name, a tag) out of the advertisement dominance on public spaces, where we still can find room for people, beyond consumers.  

My square shaped skulls are zombies, not alive nor dead (therefore we can call them Skullzombies, or even skuarezombies) meaning those invisible fears and numbness that too often can take the wheel on one's life. The idea is that under the skin, the skull is naturally round, but self-complacent irreflexive superficiality can constrain it in an unnatural cubic shape... Some skullzombies want it to change, others want to keep it this way no matter what, and the rest are just fine with it, as a part of life.

Beyond the usual flatness of the traditional sticker cliché, skullzombie stickers look forward for a polyhedral thinking on a apparently flat way of existence. It reaches to stand out, to thrive, blooming for life and humanity.


That's it for the deep side of it, but most of all, stickers are meant for fun.