DIE HORNY 'HYDRA' COLLECTION
The upcycled Hydra collection is made exclusively for Sucker. Upcycled street wear made to look worn and to wear without care.
LIMITIED EDITION OF 25
The shirt ‘Morning’ is a print version of Irvine's painting tittled ‘Flying’ which New
was part of his debut solo show ‘Face Value’ in Los Angeles during April.
This is a limited print run of 25, not to be printed again.
100% cotton Longsleeve tee. Between a boxy and regular fit. Edition of 25.
EXHIBITION @ SUCKER
Salad is a Melbourne based Artist/Designer. Best known for his layered approach to glass painting, Salad’s experimental practice stands as an evolution of nostalgia and past experiences/feelings. Salad’s aim is to continue to work over an array of mediums, seeking to expand his artistic language and formulate deeper explorations on culture, nostalgia and emotion.
INTRODUCING TO SUCKER
SOMETHING WONDERFUL is an Australian unisex clothing brand broadcasting a universal creative consciousness. A high-spirit, low-strung radio wave illustrated using vibrant colours, and bold graphics.
Established in July, 2020 under the direction of Creator and Curator Dean Carnemolla, SOMETHING WONDERFUL stands for positivity through thoughtful collaboration. A resonating, collective voice meditatively humming nostalgic undertones of 1990’s counter culture. WE build communities and give back to them with an optimistic perspective of tomorrow.
SOMETHING WONDERFUL amplifies local and international creatives through collaboration, and cross-pollinates its beliefs with community focused entities. WE are a borderless frequency, reaching a global commune of like minded individuals through the language of artistic expression
BRAND NEW & RESTOCKED
SUCKER '438' TEES
438 Sydney Road
Monday, 11am - 5pm
Tuesday, 11am - 5pm
Wednesday, 11am - 5pm
Thursday, 11am - 6pm
Friday, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, 10am - 4pm
We would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people who are the traditional custodians of this Aboriginal land. We would like to pay respect to the Elders both past and present of the Kulin Nation and extend that respect to other Indigenous Australians present.