"Nature Is Queer"
These stickers come to us via Sarah Maloney, an artist here in Seattle. The image references the kobudai fish, which can change its sex. This transformation creates different physical features like a bulbous forehead, bigger body, or more aggressive behavior. The fish even starred on a Planet Earth: Blue Planet II episode. I'm not too familiar with queer ecology, but this is rad as fuck. You can pick up the print of this drawing (or get a shiny sticker) here.
Well... do you?
"Mask It or Casket"
The work of Jillian Warner! With COVID-related deaths rising in Western Washington, this sticker only gets more true. And scarier.
My favorite sticker to come out of the protests. A reference to that pink umbrella incident in early June.
"Black Is Beautiful"
I watched the incredible DMZ vs. Snoop Dogg Verzuz last week and was reminded of 1.) How fantastic Snoop is as a performer; 2.) The extent of his catalog; 3.) How much I fucking love "Beautiful." I'm bringing it up because he spits this line: "Now she's yelling, hollering out "Snoop!" and/Hooting, hollering; hollering, hooting/Black and beautiful, you the one I'm choosin'." If you don't know the song, please take a moment to listen. I promise it'll make your life immeasurably better—a gem from the early millennium.
"Hello Kitty Says: Abolish Prisons"
Yeah! And while you're at it, make all of Sanrio's scented erasers FREE!
"Sex Workers Against Police Violence"
Oh my God! I love this. It's a part of a Solidarity With Sex Workers sticker pack that also features condoms, a taser, a cellphone, Fuck the Police nail polish, a knife and wallet that reads "Fuck you, pay me," and a red umbrella. When I tell you I need this!
"You Bring So Much Goodness Into My Life"
I think we've found the tenderest sticker, y'all. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Only featuring this one just so we can all see how much it fucking sucks.
"Seattle Department of Design"
At first, I thought this was an obscure City of Seattle department, but it's actually an interesting project that explores the history of graphic design in the city. So far, they've covered Seattle Parks and the Seattle Art Museum. There's even merch. Take some time and flick through their Instagram, it's illuminating!
As always, if any of these stickers belong to you, please e-mail me at email@example.com.