New Stuff and Inspiration
Cool Dads send their kid's toys to space
We posted something similar to this with a beer in space a while ago, but this one was a little less Ad-y, and made all of the parents here go “awwwwww.”
We got Mike Sukle a kitten shirt for his birthday. Not.
Hanes breaking out the ol’ kitten shirt.
Lensed by Feldman
Some shots from our party last night by the man, the myth, Richard Feldman.
Thanks to everyone who came by and had fun with us last night. We managed to kill just about every keg, record numbers of tubed meats were consumed, and just about every poster got taken home, so it was a success. See you next year!
We can be heroes.
The 99 is a comic book series that exposes kids to the tolerant side of Muslim values. It’s been out for a couple years now, and growing like crazy. It’s Facebook page has 1,525,265 likes. I’ve been reading the graphic novel Bone at home with my son for a few weeks now. We’re about midway through the 9 volume series. It’s epic, in his words. There’s something cool about the effortless way you absorb comics. So much goes on in your imagination between frames. It’s a medium where the reader and author kind of make an agreement up front that this is going to require a lot of imagination on the reader’s part. You have to fill in big gaps. Maybe that’s why it’s such a perfect medium for mythology. Something to keep in mind when we’re trying give people a new way to look at the world they live in.
Smokin' Jay Cutler
Pretty sure no one was sad to see Mr. Sulky, Jay Cutler, leave Denver. So this fab new tumblr blog really got us all giggling here at Sukle. If you want some good Friday entertainment, check out Smokin’ Jay Cutler.
Pretty cool, and precise, execution of portrait art with what is essentially confetti. Nikki Douthwaite takes the little circles a hole punch produces and creates really cool, presumably OCD-inspired, art. See more here.
This is how we feel on a nice Friday afternoon, after we finish a long project that we’re super proud of.
Great spot by Nissan. Mostly because we love seeing certain Heisman winners get ribbed, especially by extra awesome ones like Herschel.