Toronto, Canada/ February 24, 2020/ Social Halo Media – StickerYou announces the launch of The History of Stickers Museum, showcasing the history, development, and influence of the adhesive sticker. Visitors will be able to view hundreds of pieces of original art from around the world. As well as gain a deep knowledge of the history of stickers.
The world’s largest sticker store, StickerYou, introduced The History of Stickers Museum in Toronto, Canada, and everyone is invited.
Founded in 2008, StickerYou is a leader in custom printed, die-cut products. What started out as a small business using one machine has since grown to be the world’s largest sticker store. StickerYou uses proprietary die-cut technology to create customized vinyl stickers, decals, tattoos, iron-ons, badges, labels, magnets, and more in orders of one- to hundreds of thousands.
The History of Stickers Museum
The History of Stickers Museum overlooks the history of stickers, adhesives, and papers. In fact, stickers have been used throughout different cultures, with a focus on activism and distributing information. The exhibition includes hundreds of pieces of original sticker art from around the world. Visitors can also expect to hear some words from famous artists, including Shepard Fairey, graphic designer, activist, illustrator, and founder of OBEY Clothing, Rodger Beck, Matthew Hoffman and more.
StickerYou: The Store
Located in the heart of Toronto, StickerYou: The Store is the company’s first retail location. Recently opened in 2019, it is the world’s largest sticker store and features a unique, 3-story high sticker design on the storefront, which allows customers to become inspired by touching and feeling the stickers. Visitors can expect to find a thousand of the highest quality custom stickers from artists all around.
For more information, or to browse custom products for your home or business, visit www.stickeryou.com.