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Skullastic: Pop Culture School Supplies with a Cause

Skullastic: Pop Culture School Supplies with a Cause

We love Home Geekonomics, and if there are two things that go great together like peanut butter and jelly, it’s puns and school supplies. Skullastic isn’t your everyday lined paper, speckled composition books, no — think more with your left brain… or right brain. Literally. Skullastic sells notebooks where half the paper is lined for your left brain notes and half is left blank for your right brain doodles. A genius way to solve life’s problems.

With designs like “Mather of the Univerth,” which features Skeletor holding an abacus, “Planner of the Apes” and “Buffy the Vampire Stapler,” Skullastic hits that sweet spot of pop culture and office supplies you didn’t know you desperately needed.

Skullastic’s products are crazy and fabulous but their company ideals are even more wonderful. 10% of everything they make goes to help support education.Skullastic NotebooksSo it’s with a heavy heart that after five years, Skullastic is packing up their slide rules and going home. Yes, the company is shutting down, but before they go they’re clearing house with a huge online sale. All their coveted designs are marked down, including popular merchandise like the amusing Decomposition Books which are selling at a whopping 80% off, on sale for two for $1.

Skullastic’s final hurrah will be the Unique LA holiday show on December 6 and 7 in downtown Los Angeles. As Nerdist exclusively found out, the booth will have a Give and Receive carnival wheel on site for the event. Customers can spin the wheel and if they land on Give, you pay as you normally would. However, land on Receive and you get your entire purchase for free!

Stay sweet, you’re 2 cute 2 be 4 gotten. Have a bitchin’ summer Skullastic, KIT.

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