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The Corner of Kentucky and Pine
Lakeland, FL, 33801
United States

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Your one stop shop for food, fashion, inspiration, and rugged DIY. 

Christie

The Poor Porker

This is Christie. She is the lovely wife of Adrian. Together they run Sassakala, a company that specializes in bringing farming and green living into the city. They are passionate about food, natural spaces, and educating the next generation. Christie designed the amazing living wall at Catapult Lakeland. Here she is wearing The Everyman Our raw selvedge Japanese denim apron.

Photos by Penny and Finn

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Laura

The Poor Porker

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This is Laura Helm of Ashton Events. She is an event planner extraordinaire. Her creativity, talent, and attention to detail truly make every event shine with its own unique personality. She specializes in getting to know her clients and bringing their vision and story to life. Here she is wearing The Indigo, our hand dyed selvedge Japanese denim apron with leather and antique brass hardware.

Photos by Penny and Finn

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Adrian

The Poor Porker

Remember Adrian from his trip to see grain mills and small bakeries in England? Well he is back and hard at work launching The Bread Pedlar. He has been popping up at the Lakeland Downtown Farmers Curb Market on Saturdays with his bike and basket full of delicious artisan breads and pastries. Here he is wearing The Vegan  one of our new selvedge denim workwear aprons

Photos by Penny and Finn

We hope you love it as much as we do!

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Free art and fanstastic sketches

The Poor Porker

Have we told you how in love we are with this sketch by Josh Bump Galletta?

We love his style and his guerrilla marketing campaign. Josh leaves bits of free art around town and where ever he is out and about. His sketches come packaged neatly in little plastic sleeves with his business info and a sticker that says FREE art. He hides them in local businesses around town as a little surprise for the unsuspecting people who find them.

He is one of the many people working hard to keep Lakeland weird and awesome!

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