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June 28, 2007

{     Poketo - Summer Releases     }    


There are so many consumer outlets nowadays that cater to the more off the beaten path individual. Many find that their artistic license or resources are thin but with minimal diversity are willing to shop by picking at each consumer nest. One of the very few places online that I feel compelled to glorify is Poketo. Recently I have had the great opportunity to get my hands on some of the company’s newer releases.

This company, founded in 2003 by Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung, has certainly come a long way from shopping it’s wallet wares. Now, four years later they offer a considerable variety of products from various apparel to stationery and other miscellaneous but worthwhile buys. With a network that’s buoyancy has continued to flourish with it’s over seventy international artists their reputation has also become worth mentioning (having designed official products for bands such as the Shins, Weezer, the Postal Service, and undoubtedly more along the way.

If you’re familiar with Poketo it may be from one of the companies unique (and original) wallets (previously featured on Crown Dozen). My biggest gripe about these wallets are they never seem to last long on the shelves! With a wide variety to choose from, somehow the ones I want always seem to get snatched away before I can snag one. Fret not, readers. There’s more. TWENTY more designs await you at Poketo’s one stop cool shop. Go there, check them out. If you get the itch, don’t hesitate, just buy.

Another staple featuring some new blood is Poketo’s line of tees. It’s a rare occasion, I’d say about the same odds of seeing a jack-a-lope, to find a place where you can get such well designed and quality apparel and other cool product at one place. Somehow Poketo does it, with high quality and uber soft tees to make you comfy and original.

Now I hear what you’re saying. “A.J., what about my hole of a pad?! It’s barren and looks as if I’m culture starved!” Well just take your mouse, move it around at Poketo’s site and you’ll find their new editions of artist plate box sets or perhaps some lively stationary will fill the void that echoes in your decorum.

Folks, I’ve been here and there on the internets. I’ve seen some good places, some cool places, but few have gotten to the high score stature that Poketo has. If you have a pulse, a sense of style and taste, and some green to cut on something you won’t regret, hit up Poketo now.

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