With its sharp angles and flat surfaces, the D-Sturbed Paper Skull is a polygonal skull that looks like something out of a video game. It makes the metallic skulls from Terminator look ancient. They should totally use this thing in a modernized version of the play Hamlet, even though he's supposed to be holding a real human skull.
Implications - Consumers are fascinated with products with skull imagery because they're evocative of death, a topic that intrigues consumers in an uncomfortable manner. Corporations may consider using skull imagery in advertising campaigns as a way to entice consumer attention.