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SHOP STICKERBOMB NOW with LAURENCE KING PUBLISHING

SHOP STICKERBOMB NOW with LAURENCE KING PUBLISHING

We have re-opened our STICKERBOMB shop and you can now buy all our books and journals through LAURENCE KING PUBLISHING. Take a look inside some of our books here.

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Stick and Skate - DUE OUT FEB 4th 2021

Stick and Skate - DUE OUT FEB 4th 2021

We were supposed to have it out around September 2020, but thanks to CORONA we got a bit delayed - BUT - it's here. We are releasing our latest STICKERBOMB book, STICK AND SKATE Feb 4th and it features an irresistible collection of artwork and 140 peelable stickers from CHOCOLATE, ALMOST, HUF and FLIP.

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SODO EXPRESS - Our latest film looks at the way social media and technology effects behaviour.

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SODO EXPRESS - Our latest film looks at the way social media and technology effects behaviour.

With the trailer ready we are reaching the last push for our long-ish short film SODO EXPRESS. You can read the director's statement and a bit more about the film over here  SODO EXPRESS SYNOPSIS Ezra is a street artist who feels like time is running out to succeed in the art world. With an unhealthy obsession with social media he is followed online by famous artist who encourages Ezra to go around town, taking pictures and reposting his work in exchange for likes and access to a bigger audience. Ezra starts to do as this online personality says but it leads...

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Check our films and content on our new 'WATCH' page!

Check our films and content on our new 'WATCH' page!

if you haven't seen it already, head over to our new 'Watch' page over on www.thesrk.com to see some of our full films and short pieces.    

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JASPER VAN GESTEL on Colours, Tattoos and selling mouse mats.

JASPER VAN GESTEL on Colours, Tattoos and selling mouse mats.

“The world is becoming a grey and over-regulated robotic place. Illustration brings colour.” The fusion of geometric shapes and animals (in a playful sense) has been the predominant element in your work, where do you draw inspiration?  I think animals are great metaphors for human behavior and emotions. The geometric shapes in my work often are minimized symbols like a moon & stars, a vase, a face, spots in the fur of an animal, they can be anything and I love them because of their timeless simplicity.  When was it you developed an interest in illustration and animation? I liked...

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