Posts Tagged ‘stickers’
This bike plastered with Jon Burgerman stickers was spotted out and about. Someone’s done a lot of ordering from Burgerplex, haven’t they? Looks rad.
Naturally, I had nothing to do with this sticker appearing next to the handy trolley route map during San Diego’s Comic-Con 2010. My role is merely the observer, and it was nice to observe that despite the clean-up efforts of the SDCC crew, the Posse represented night and day. You can find more of my non-posse-related SDCC photos here.
The posse struck in Miami’s Wynwood area, where thanks to the interest of hip local galleries and walls and walls of outdoor murals sponsored by Deitch Projects (and sidenote: Jeffrey Deitch just named director of MOCA!), street art abounds. Very cool to see the posse stickers hobnobbing with the project’s biggest influencers, Shepard and Andre. Closeups after the jump.
If you have to be admitted to the Nottingham Queens Medical Centre, Children’s Wing, at least the decor is cheerful. Jon did these two adhesive wall murals with printing and installation by Ian Robinson. The sheets of coloring book paper are a nice touch. Are those POSCAS?
That’s right, posse: Secret Agent Doodle is no longer single. (I guess that makes me a double agent? Cool…) If you’re seeing this post, it means that 1) Greta and I got married, and 2) Wordpress’ scheduling robots published this. This most excellent doodle is by Mr. Jon Burgerman. I’ve done a little PhotoShop handiwork to incorporate it into signage for the wedding. These tags (below) will hang onto 6 DIY 8-inch Qees, which our guests will undoubtedly turn into “masterpieces.”
Not sure where I’d be without this incredible red-haired girl, but I can tell you where we’re going: to Japan! Doodlesplatter will be on hiatus for the next two weeks. I promise to bring you back tales from Tokyo and resume dishing out the doodles upon our return. Thanks to everyone who helped us with little things here and there these past couple months. You know who you are. Cheers!
I’m very happy to post this one because I’ll be visiting Japan for the first time at the end of this month. These new stickers are Japanese exclusives, sold in and around Tokyo. My girlfriend passed on an interesting article from the NY Times about killing time and beating jetlag in Tokyu Hands. Count me in. Here are some of the sticker-selling locations.
You’re never too young to join the posse. Spotted on Adele Prince’s Flickr.
Adding to the range of available Jon Burgerman clings, “vynils” and wall adhesives comes a new decal through AREAWARE. “My World is Pink and Blue” is a gigantic (146.5 x 118 inches) slice of custom made-to-order vinyl for your wall. Or, if you’re prone to spending beyond your means, consider it lovely decor for that new cardboard box you’ll be living in. It is currently available for $850 here.
Areaware is a New York City based company renowned for unique design products with an emphasis on forward thinking technologies and original expression. Our products are decorative but go beyond ornament. Each has an underlying meaning which we believe can deepen the relationship people have with the everyday objects in their lives.
Infectious recently released a second adhesive art design by Jon. As the follow up to 2008’s Lunar Park car art, Rainbow Doodles has your iPod, iPhone and laptop covered for $14.99-$29.99. Fans will recognize this image as one also licensed to NINETEENSEVENTYTHREE for greeting cards. You know what would make a great gift? Get an iPhone, load it up with Inkstrumental™, encase it in Rainbow Doodles and affix the matching card.