Artist Noah Scalin painstakingly collected hundreds of colorful stickers, from everything from kid’s play sets to Wacky Packages. He then carefully arranged each one based on hue, saturation, and brightness to create a bold and abstract portrait of himself.
Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier are out to make London look like a digital image, or at least a fake one. The duo make stickers that look like the Eraser tool from Photoshop and plaster it over ads, street signs and graffiti.
(NSFW: Language) Next time you need to get the point across at work, replace those little Post-its with these stickies which are just a little more direct than “Sign This” or “For Your Approval”.