AJ Masthay is a prolific artist, a world class illustrator and an exceptional old-school printer. It’s hard to fathom how he manages to turn out so many prints, especially considering the means in which he produces his work… You see, AJ’s artwork starts as a pencil drawing, then becomes a linoleum carving (Yes, he carves every color plate with a KNIFE!), before finally being hand printed and seeing the light of day as an extremely high quality, one-of-a-kind edition of art prints. In addition to posters, AJ also loves making silkscreen stickers.. And that’s where we come in! Note: We are giving away some of AJ’s awesome new Disco Diver Stickers! Leave a comment, Share this post & see details below. AJ is in a class of his own. We are big fans of his work. So let’s get down to it… 10 Questions with AJ Masthay. Read More
There’s never been a question of whether or not Skate Artist, Jimbo Phillips knows how to make rad art. (Spoiler alert for the uninitiated: He absolutely DOES!)
His iconic art style has stood out from the crowd in every industry he’s entered into. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that he has now managed to introduce his work to a new untapped industry…. with the help of his amazing wife and the power of silkscreen stickers!
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Welcome to Mike’s World. Here’s some process pics of some recent Custom Sticker Packs we printed for the crazy talented Mike Mitchell.
We Like Mike. You Will too. Go Buy some Mikeland Sticker Packs and celebrate the awesomeness that is Mike. These are custom CMYK screen-printed stickers. Seven per pack, around 4″ – All custom Die Cut and printed on Clear Vinyl.
You can Order some Mikeland Sticker Packs directly from Mike.
Also, take a look at 32 Amazing Pop Hero Portraits by Mike.
Here’s some great stickers by StickerBakery.com
The Sticker Bakery is a little side project from Alex and Becky Alves, the owners and awesome proprietors of custom silkscreen T-shirt printers, ShirtBakery.com
Alex & Becky typically choose silkscreen printing and always take advantage of our sticker back printing.
Here’s a look at some of their recent stickers…
Check out The glorious StickerBakery.com
How many Pop Culture Heroes can you Identify?Leave a comment below! We’ll pick some winners and send them some of Jose Pulido’s Amazing “Dia De Los Muertos” Stickers! Over the years, we have printed somewhere around 200,00 custom die-cut stickers for our friend, the talented and prolific Jose Pulido. We’ve sold his custom Die Cut Stickers. We’ve Interviewed him. We’ve celebrated his Awesomeness. Jose creates & illustrates 100s of “Dia De Los Muertos” Characters, celebrating a perfect marriage of his family’s heritage, the wonderful world of pop culture and his love of stickers. They are always, without fail, a perfect marriage of lines and colors and cultures and close-eyed, wide mouthed, Day of the Dead awesomeness!
Here’s 100 of his silkscreen sticker creations… In 29 seconds.You can win some stickers by commenting on this blog post and you can also buy them directly from Jose Here. As Edward Scissor Hands, Yoda and Frida Khalo would say, “Thanks for Checking out the Sticker Robot Blog.” Tell us how many Pop Culture Heroes you can identify in the comments below!
Hi. I’m Zombie Yeti, a freelance illustrator (with a heart of gold.) Recently I was asked to attend a gaming convention on very short notice. I needed to shill some wares and sling some merch, so I decided to make some quick and easy Sticker Packs. Here’s my simple home-made sticker pack formula.
(Editor’s Note: We’re giving away some of Zombie Yeti’s Sticker Packs. Like and Comment below to be entered for random drawing!)
On a regular basis we’ll ask a new sticker artist a series of 10 questions. To keep things simple and to engage in a deeply philosophical, long term case study of the scientifically complicated “Sticker Artist’s mind,” we’ve decided to leave the questions the same every week.
Stickerart.com creates some really epic Outdoor Stickers… Beautifully designed, highly iconic, wilderness-centric, weatherproof stickers that create a mysterious feeling of serenity & nostalgia.
Bryant Aucoin runs the Colorado-based Sticker Company. He is an outdoor enthusiast, an adventurer, an entrepreneur. Years ago, when he and his then girlfriend (and current wife) were on their first of many road trips, they stumbled upon the idea of making stickers and it wasn’t long before Bryant assembled a crew of excellent illustrators and designers, (Kyla Edgar, Tanner Barkin, David Powell, Thiago Bainchini and Laszlo Ede) and embarked upon their new business, Stickerart.com
We sat down with Bryant and fired of some questions, Ten of them to be exact… Come, Read “10 Questions with StickerArt.com.”