STICKERBOMB began in 2008 curating the world’s best urban art and illustration into the first collectable, fully peel-able sticker book series. Ten years later, and with over 250,000 books sold, we’re creating the world’s first online library of royalty free urban art and illustration for agencies, brands and creatives to use however they choose.
Film and documentary director Shaz launched STICKERBOMB with Ryo back in 2008 mainly as an excuse to hang out with artists.
Film and documentary producer Ryo’s design background has driven the STICKERBOMB brand from the beginning.
Music producer and rapper Tai joined the STICKERBOMB crew in 2016 to take the brand and library online.
Filmmaker and former ad agency exec Neal joined STICKERBOMB in 2017 to strategise some sales and marketing magic.
After being commissioned to produce a sticker book series by Laurence King Publishing in London, we managed to hook up a great little party courtesy of the guys at Red Bull. The success of STICKERBOMB, got us another little commission from the publishing team with STICKERBOMB 2 following in 2010.
Shaz decided to get out of trendy London and broaden his horizons. He ended up living in Jakarta, Indonesia, where we found ourselves laying out another STICKERBOMB success, Monsters and Letters.
Two years later, Shaz and Ryo and another member of the STICKERBOMB team found themselves running a huge gallery in Bangkok, Thailand. The Space, which was owned by veteran photographer James Nachtwey quickly became a place in Bangkok for people to see street art, graffiti, photography and listen to some tunes.
STICKERBOMB found itself part of a launch party at the KULT gallery in Singapore for the latest in line of STICKERBOMB publications, STICKERBOMB SKULLS.
STICKERBOMB had its first little show in Los Angeles, USA. Old friends from the UK, SECRET WARS now had their gallery in Korea Town and invited the STICKERBOMB crew to show off its latest book, the eighth in a long line of STICKERBOMB publications.
Meanwhile back in ASIA, STICKERBOMB was having its fun run of events across China with the Levi’s team producing live art shows and some fun exclusive patches.
STICKERBOMB broadened its horizons and launched its first real range of stationery with artist DABS, HANIBOI and ILOOBIA.
With a small studio in London and Singapore, STICKERBOMB soft launches a new online stock illustration site. Having spent years promoting artists physically through their books, it’s time to do it all again, except online.