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Cheezy and the Crackers Traveling Stickers

cheezy and the crackers stickers around the world

One of the really amazing things about stickers is that they have a way of getting around. There's nothing better than distributing stickers only to find them popping up in your town, state, or in another country. It gives one a sense of pride to see their branded stickers resonating with the culture around them, and the farther a sticker makes it out into the world, the more exciting it can be to discover their level of stickering reach.

Thats just what happened recently to our customer Cheezy and the Crackers. A Reggae / Fusion / Alternative artist we make stickers for, we were lucky enough to get a message from their brand ambassador Charles Stahl who emailed us about the incredible global reach their stickers have achieved:

Email to StickerGiant:

"In our town, our stickers have made us a household name, and around this country and a few others, we are well on our way to being known just as well. We have had your stickers seen by tens of thousands of people all over the world:

In Rome @ the Colosseum

cheezy and the crackers stickers around the world

At the Legendary 8 Mile Rd in Detroit


South of the Border, SC


The Fashionable Melrose Ave - West Hollywood, CA


And even Tower Records in Japan!   


We are planning to go even further this year, we have also been in correspondence with NASA about possibly getting a sticker on the inside of a shuttle that will be going into space in the next year."

We think that's some pretty cool sticker power, don't you? How far have your stickers traveled after giving them them to fans? Tell us your sticker story in the comments below:

The Well-Stickered Suitcase

The Well Stickered Suitcase

Whether you're traveling by steamship, taxicab, or airborne cattle car (we won't name airline names), a stickered-up suitcase is a sure way to spot your luggage from afar.

One of our customers wrote :

I try to remember to buy a sticker when my suitcase is in a new place, but I don't always remember. In some cases, I went to the country before I thought of the idea. So I ordered some stickers to help me get caught up on my project. The suitcase itself was bought in Rome, Italy to accommodate extra things I bought. I love the case and didn't want to "ruin" it with stickers at first, but I actually like it even more now. I can always spot my suitcase coming on the luggage belt and it has inspired some interesting conversations!

- Stella

Legend has it that Robert Benchley exited a night club one evening, tapped a uniformed fellow on the shoulder, and said, "Get me a cab." The gentleman in the uniform turned around briskly and let Benchley know that he was a rear admiral, not a doorman. "O.K.," said Benchley, "Get me a battleship."