LENNY x Funcult

‘STAUNCH’ Banner

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If you’re like us then you’ve seen the Grey Gardens documentary more times than you care to count, and you remember Little Edie’s classic quote about "S-T-A-U-N-C-H" women. This Lenny x Funcult banner will look good in your bedroom, kitchen, office, or any other place that might benefit from some STAUNCH vibes.

White fringe hangs from a shimmering cord secured with an iridescent white floral sequin on each side. The letters are in Funcult's own handwriting, hand-cut with scissors, sprinkled with a fine jet black glitter.
Measurements: Approximately 18 inches across with additional cord on each side for tying. Hangs down about 4 inches.
$46.00

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FUN CULT

Age: 32

Year Founded: 2005

Most embarrassing thing in your search history?

"Khacker." Never heard of it? Good because according to Google neither has anyone. It's a term I've made up for hackers who have been recruited into a cushy khaki-wearing corporate job. Get it? Khacker. Feel free to use it.

Favourite candy?

Right now I'm into Butterfingers. A while ago I was majorly addicted to this Ghirardelli chocolate mint cookie bar, but I don't think they make it anymore.

What superstition do you believe in?

I might believe in 11:11. It's a minute where potentially a lot of people are looking at the clock and thinking good things. Hopefully that's one way of putting out good vibes into the universe!

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Artist LENNY x Funcult
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About The Artist FUN CULT Age: 32 Year Founded: 2005 What’s the most embarrassing thing in your search history? "Khacker." Never heard of it? Good because according to Google neither has anyone. It's a term I've made up for hackers who have been recruited into a cushy khaki-wearing corporate job. Get it? Khacker. Feel free to use it. What’s your favorite candy? Right now I'm into Butterfingers. A while ago I was majorly addicted to this Ghirardelli chocolate mint cookie bar, but I don't think they make it anymore. What superstition do you believe in? I might believe in 11:11. It's a minute where potentially a lot of people are looking at the clock and thinking good things. Hopefully that's one way of putting out good vibes into the universe!
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