Romeoville third-grader’s 'Spikeyhairs' could be the next hot plush toy
ROMEOVILLE – Tyler Garrett-Neilson is an inventor. He is also an artist, designer, businessman and 8-years old Hermansen Elementary School third-grader.
Several years ago, Tyler – who lives with a mild form of autism – sketched some drawings, cut them out and hung them on the walls of his Romeoville home. The cartoon-like characters had big heads with spiked hair and tiny arms and legs.
“All of them were kinda like stuffed animals,” said Tyler, who modeled them after his father’s Mohawk haircut. “Some of them were a little strange because they have those spikes.”
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