Cukui 7 Year Anniversary Release 1. Track Pants, Snapback hats, Tees and more!

229 Jackson Street
San Jose, CA 95112
7 year anniversary Release! The number seven represents several different things in many cultures around the world. Whether speaking in terms of religion, cosmology, science, or even regarding “luck”, the auspicious nature of the number seven often veer towards the positives in society.
Our anniversary collection is a culmination of ideas and relationships that we have solidified over the years with our partners and friends. It helps to serve our broaden interests and the expanding needs of our supporters who have grown with us since day one. We are grateful and thankful for the many years of support!
California Maroon & Grey Tee
Sizes: Small – 3XL
5 panels | Snapbacks
Meet the crew! Cukui Cast Tee
Black | White
Strikeout Baseball Jersey
Sizes: Small – 3XL
Tiger Rashguard
Sizes: Small – 3XL
 Shield Anniversary Navy Anorak Jacket
Sizes: Small – 3XL
Cukui Pins
Collect them all, Metal pins.
Marl Beanies
Green | Red | Blue
Cukui Track Pants
Small – 3XL
Heavyweight 100% polyester matte brushed tricot.
Tapered fit.Covered elastic waistband with inside drawcord * Side seam pockets * Back yoke
Cukui presents Julian “Kid Nunez” Photography
229 Jackson Street
San Jose, CA 95112
For the entire month of August 2017.
About the Artist:
I’m a photographer, with a few years of experience behind the lens. Since my last photo exhibit, I have been  more focused on shooting more photos to expand my portfolio. Rather than setting up a booth at shows to sell my work, I set up photo shoots to add to my work.
This past year, I have traveled out of my hometown of San Jose, CA, and headed south to Santa Maria, and the Los Angeles area, as well as other cities in and out of the Bay Area. With the help and support of the guys from Deadend Magazine, brothers Jesus and Juan Espinoza, I have had the opportunity to photograph other custom rides and lowriders. With Deadend’s worldwide following, I have been recognized by followers at car shows, and I have met a lot people along the way.
Also, I have started to shoot with models with cars, and with some help and guidance from Ruby Ramirez, I hope to do some more portraits in the near future. More videos and video editing is also something I have been, and will be working on. A few weeks ago, I was actually the one on the other side of the camera when I was being filmed for a German TV documentary. It was a fun experience and another great opportunity that has came my way.
This past year, I feel that I have grown as a photographer, and learned how to better capture what I am visualizing in my mind, with my camera. With tips from fellow photographers, and just experimenting with the settings on my camera, I have really enhanced my photography.
And last, but most important, I couldn’t have done all of this without the support of my Family and friends. Thank you, to all who have continued and will continue to support me and my passion for photography.
229 Jackson Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Tues-Sat 11-7pm | Sunday 12-5pm
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