Sticker Guy! is the internet’s first online sticker printing service. Since 1993, we’ve offered the cheapest prices for custom stickers, decals, and labels. We are heavily active in the independent music community and run our own record label, organize music festivals around the world, and support our local scene.
But our “real job” is making stickers for you — we’re busy with that all day, every weekday…masterfully depicted in this killer animation by LLUIS FUZZHOUND!
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Stick it to me
When traveling, there are certain questions that are often heard whenever one mentions that one is from Reno: “That’s near Las Vegas, right?” and “What do people from Reno think of that show Reno 911?” are a couple of the most common, and most irritating, offenders. In certain circles, whenever visiting underground rock ’n’ roll clubs, for example, one is just as likely to encounter this question: “Do you know Sticker Guy?”
If you’ve ever been asked this question and had to respond to the negative, here are the basics: Sticker Guy is a business that creates stickers—adhesive-backed vinyl shapes that one might attach to the bumper of a car, the bottom of skateboard deck, or the outside of a guitar case. These stickers might promote a business, a joke, a political cause, or a musical group.
Sticker Guy has been in the business of making stickers for 20 years—since March 1993. To celebrate its anniversary, Sticker Guy is throwing a giant party… READ MORE
Sticker Guy’s 15th Anniversary: Club Underground, Reno, Nevada
By Josh Benke for Razorcake.org
“Fifteen years is a long, long time/Fifteen years is a long, long time/Fifteen years is a long, long time/Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh, I can’t wait!”
Yeah, it’s a paraphrase of the Sneaky Pinks instant bubble-smut classic, “I Can’t Wait,” but it sums up perfectly the slobbering anticipation with which punks from across the nation looked forward to the 15th Anniversary Stickerguy! Bash. In March of 1993, the first Stickerguy! sticker was produced and it’s just as likely it was plastered to the inside of a toilet bowl as it was a guitar case or the bottom of a skateboard. Ads for Stickerguy! appeared in a few fanzines over the subsequent months and years, and an empire was born. It’s a safe bet that just about every sticker you’ve ever seen bearing your favorite band’s name stuck to street signs, guitars, windows, sinks, urinals, phone poles, amps, speakers, refrigerators, shoe soles, televisions, crotches, asses, etc. was produced at the Stickerguy! headquarters in Reno/Sparks… READ MORE