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06.19.14 Sophie Weiner

Digital sticker brand Hi-Art are launching their new app today, which will feature a ton of free “sticker” emojis designed by CLAW, Ron English, Ghostface Killah and many others. Founder and CEO Nico Dios , who was part of the New York grafitti crew Irak, writes: Today’s youth are not represented properly by cute bears, […]

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06.11.13 Aymann Ismail

For some enhancers of public and private property, street art and graffiti stickers are an important tool in the arsenal. London is covered with them. Click through gallery above. (Photos: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork) […]

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10.12.12 Lily Streeter

These small signs cropped up in the London Underground recently, providing a laugh to those commuters awake enough to be paying attention, and reminding us of New York’s own Jay Shells, who put up similar etiquette signs around Manhattan. The stickers were placed in subtle places all over the train car, mimicking the graphic style […]

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01.02.12 Marina Galperina

Here’s a typical “Australian domestic environment,” recreated in a gallery space in Brisbane with “locally sourced furniture and ornamentation” painted all white. Here’s a typical “Australian domestic environment” getting swarmed and engfuled with thousands of bright stickers, courtesy of little visitors to The Obliteration Room. […]

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Marina Galperina

Here’s a typical “Australian domestic environment,” recreated in a gallery space in Brisbane with “locally sourced furniture and ornamentation” painted all white. Here’s a typical “Australian domestic environment” getting swarmed and engfuled with thousands of bright stickers, courtesy of little visitors to The Obliteration Room. […]

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03.30.11 Marina Galperina

There a sticker getting plastered around subways and public phones dubbed Williamsburg Waldo. It Tweets, Tumblrs and propagates an awful stereotype that any cartoon character given a fancy mustache and a pair of better shoes is suddenly the “Williamsburg type.” Or vise versa, that the said “type” is a cartoon sans the accessories. Tsk tsk. […]

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12.06.10 Marina Galperina

Vinyl “I wish this was…” stickers have spored all over New Orleans’ shuttered buildings and shattered streets. Labels vary from the basic “I wish this was a bike rack” or “a grocery” to the fantastic wishing “a California-style medical marijuana dispensary” to the horrific, wishing for Disneyland in Jackson Square. Shudder. […]

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06.02.10 Marina Galperina

The Department of Homeland Security mistook a Rene Gagnon sticker for a terrorist symbol. The self-portrait of the street artist strapped with spray paint cans (like the photo) was slapped on a trash can at Reagan National Airport. The DHS worriedly circulated a photo of the sticker until someone identified its origin. […]

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07.10.09 Will Sherman

In a similar vein to Neville Brody’s cryptic Wallpaper* cover and the Street Art Sucks t-shirt, comes this vandal disparaging sticker, part of a new graffiti project: “This tag line does an excellent job of summing up my (personal) sediments on graffiti ‘culture’. I love graffiti more than any other medium I have been involved […]

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