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Kong is in our new studio space at 6100 Airport Blvd, Suite B, right across the street from Austin Community College Highland and directly behind Local Furniture Outlet.

The entrance to our shop is accessible via Denson Drive, with plenty of parking right behind Local Furniture Outlet. (The metrorail tracks prohibit entrance from Airport).

The new studio will is 8200+ square feet of screenprinting goodness and will allow us to bring a new level of service to your projects.

Our phone number will stay the same – 512-851-7024 and you can always contact us via email at info@kongscreenprinting.com.

We look forward to welcoming you into our new studio. Below is a link to Google Maps to help you find us.

 

If you like high-quality American made leather work, Noah Marion Quality Goods has likely been on your radar for the last couple of years. Noah’s masterful leather goods have made quite an impression on locals here in Austin, and have been recognized nationally for excellence, style and simple elegance.

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It’s been a pleasure to watch our friend’s business grow and prosper over the last couple of years. Now, NMQG is entering a new phase! He is opening a brand new production and retail location at 2053 S. Lamar Blvd.

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Kong is very excited to help launch NMQG’s new retail location by sponsoring their grand opening on Saturday, Aug. 23 from 6-10pm. There will be food and drink, coffee and libations and (of course) custom screenprinted t-shirts you can pick up at the event! Please come out, support local business and Congratulate Noah on all his hard work and dedication!

Saturday, Aug 23. 6-10pm

 

Photography by Dennis Burnett | Styling by Robin Huney-Cutt and Makeup by Allie Towell

 

Kong owners Bruce Braden and Ryan Burkhart were recently selected as one of 12 CEO’s to Trust in 2014 by the Austin Phoenix. We are honored to be included in this series that focuses on CEO’s who practice humility and work hard to move beyond mistakes. Other interviews include: Brian Sharples of HomeAway; Bridget Dunlap of Dunlap ATX, Chris Taylor of Square Root; Jennifer Sinski and Miles Dahmann of RSVPster; Joe Lozano of Third Coast Coffee; Kendall Harter of Blue Matrix Labs; Lou Earle of Austin Fit Magazine; and Michael Portman and Jayson Rapaport of Birds Barbershop.

 

Thank you, Austin Phoenix for including us. Check out the article here.

 

Photography by Dennis Burnett; Styling by Robin Huney-Cutt; Makeup by Allie Towell. 

We’re pretty low key around Kong, and we would never make much ado about nothing, but when something is really great for our community, you can bet we’re going to make a big ado about it….

Much Ado About Nothing

 

Present Company will be presenting SHAKESPEARE AT THE MARKET: Much Ado About Nothing on the Whole Foods Market rooftop, April 18th-May 11th, Friday,Saturday, and Sunday evenings at 7. The performances are FREE, but a donation of $10-$20 is encouraged for guests who are able to support. The event promises to be a magical night of innovative Shakespearean comedy, live music, and food and wine under the stars. For more info, please click here. 

 

About Present Company
Present Company is a nonprofit theatre collective sponsored by the Austin Creative Alliance.  Founded in 2010, Present Company
aims to produce accessible, vital, and immediate theatre of the past, present and future, in unexpected ways and unexpected places
throughout Austin. The creators of the magical Shakespeare on the Farm series at Rain Lily Farm, Present Company strives to make
moving theatrical art that broadens our hearts and minds, and helps to sustain the cultural community of Austin. Learn more about Present Company by clicking here to visit their website.

Kong is pleased to sponsor this production and hope you and yours can enjoy one of the performances.