Behind the Name

Shako Mako is a Mesopotamian phrase meaning "What's up!" and "What's going on, whats not going on?". It literally it breaks down to "Sho Ako Sho Mako". "Ako and "Mako" are ancient Mesopotamian standard words still used today in the Iraqi lingo. They are Akkadian (ancient Mesopotamian language) origin that has also been inherited in the Aramiac (language of Jesus) language. Mesopotamia has been the Cradle of Civilization for all humanity.  The initial way to connect with others is to ask about one another like "How are you" "How is your day?".   This connection is what houses peace and harmony as a humanity; caring.  

  • As a business we care to make our clients happy and making their vision alive.
  • Design customized and personalized gifts to connect with your loved ones.
  • Provide design services to help your business shine
  • Attend events as a vendor as well as a service provider to help better connect you and your guests.

About Us

May Khudairi

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From Baghdad to Boston, from the Cradle of Civilization to the New World.  May Khudairi is an Iraqi Artist who loves to share her rich culture through the Arts with a fusion of traditional and modern forms.  May holds a Bachelors of Science in Media Arts & Animation and currently is doing her Masters in Animation & Visual Effects. She also has background in Computer Science, Design, and Islamic Studies.  She works with digital and traditional painting, 2d & 3d Graphics, 2d & 3d Animation, Illustration, and Web Design.  


She has won the silver medal for UNICEF Children's Competition that was held in India at the age of 10 representing the country of Iraq.

Husam Khudairi

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Mechanical Engineering background with past CAD work experience utilizing Solidworks, Pro-E and NX software packages.  Experience in project coordination, please contact me to ensure your needs are met to your satisfaction.

Nader Mokhtar

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Nader is a​ Photographer and Sales Consultant.  He holds a bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University.  Nader loves to travel the  world with his wife Akzhan  and has high taste in the cultural Arts.

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