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Dogs are neat

Typicall, there’s a few pooches strolling the grounds here at Sukle, so we’re always pleased to come across some visually stunning work that includes them. Hence our posting of this video that’s a tease for the book Shake. The book is filled with hilarious shots of dogs mid-shake, drool a-flyin.

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My, how the neighborhood has changed

porchbeerWe used to find Mad Dog 20/20, then Colt 45 on the stoop when we’d come in. Next, it graduated to PBR. Nowadays, this is the kinda stuff we’ll find when we get here in the am. Just a sign of how much this neighborhood has changed in the 12 years we’ve been in this building.

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Sukle summer

EM-charginbull

Here’s a really cool illustration of a bull by Austin graphic designer Erick Montes. This guy has a superb book if you’re looking for some sweet, sweet eye candy. I posted this particular image, though, because this is how we’re steaming into summer over here – like a charging bull. We’ve been absolutely cranking full speed for the last 10-12 months and we’ve officially started renovating our space, which makes us quite excited (aside from the drywall dust in our socks when we get home at night). And, the best part is we’d like to cordially welcome our newest Sukleites, Dana Cohen and Sara Nelson, who will be big additions to the team going forward. Add a dash of summer fun in the mix and you’ve got what we like to call the Sukle-zone.

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Lightsabers and a goose

A little comedy to get the week going. Happy Monday, folks.

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Another great use for billboard vinyl.

Step aside Kate Spade.

A shout out to the great ladies at Mission Wear for helping us to create some super cool bags for the holidays. Mission Wear is a Denver-based non-profit that provides a place for women who are in recovery and need an opportunity to re-enter the workforce. We took old billboards from Good Times and turned them into some Suklicious products.
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