AnneMarie Mclaughlin wrote an article about the Santa Fe store on SantaFe.com.
“Is it an open air market, a high-class furniture store, a local tradition or just plain fun? Yes. It’s Jackalope. How best to describe this retail fun fest? If you set a group of leprechauns loose in the desert to design their own strip mall this is what they might give you.
You don’t just drop by Jackalope; it’s a destination. There’s planning involved. Hat, water, sunscreen and carrots. (You’ll see.)
A jackalope proper is a mysterious, rarely sighted creature, a large rabbit with antelope horns on its head. You can believe the trail-fatigued ranch hands who claim to have seen them or you can buy into the you-must-have-seen-a-bunny-with-Shope-papillomavirus-growths but either way your curiosity is piqued. Likewise expect your curiosity to be on duty at Jackalope. Start with the furniture warehouse. It’s stocked with pieces crafted in Mexico, Thailand and Indonesia so there’s an exotic but cohesive pattern of carved wood, fabricated metal, animal motifs and fanciful designs. (continued)”
Take a look at the article, then come visit us!