Posted by Josh November 06, 2015

The Sucklord took over THE SHOP at THE STANDARD HIGHLINE last night! With Billions McMillions on the wheels and Lamour Supreme, Healey, Sean Leonard and Buff Monster keeping the beer cold, the Art God was satisfied.

This is the first show since Sucklord announced his retirement from the bootleg scene. On display were the new collection of Sucklord’s oversized action figures and the exclusive edition figure ESCAPE FROM THE GANGS OF NEW YORK DOLLS OMFUG, a bootleg action figure tribute to the New York of the 70's and 80's. The amount of new oversized work from the Sucklord was impressive, we're intrigued to see what other new productions are coming...watch this space...

Sucklord Gay Empire 8" for sale here.
More Suckadelic for sale here.

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