Since there seems to be an increase in using squirrels for marketing, I thought I’d let you know who I would recognize as part of my cultural art movement called Squirrealism.
Pepto Bismol To-Go Canada
Tommy Tucker and Time Magazine
In the early 1940s, LIFE magazine reported that a Mrs. Mark Bullis of Washington, D.C., had adopted a squirrel “before his eyes were open, when his mother died and left him in a tree” in the Bullis’s back yard. Here, in a series of photos by Nina Leen, LIFE.com chronicles the quiet, rodential adventures and sartorial splendor of Tommy Tucker, the orphaned — and, in 1940s America, the celebrated — squirrel.
Sugar Bush Squirrel
What do Saint Squirrel and Pope Pinenuts
Carnivorous Nights at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY, 2005 have in common?
Secret Society Plans Civilized Brunches in Unusual Circumstances
And while I don’t have a political opinion about this video, I’m including it cause of the rad squirrel outfit