Instagram addicts probably know Canadian photographer Zach Rose better as @zachdriftwood. Lately we’ve been enjoying Zach’s Instagram feed so much, we thought it might be nice to revisit the photo project that first introduced him to us. Petheadz!
Why not create your own Petheadz using Sticky9 magnets? We’d love to see them. After all cute cats and collective “awwwww”s were what the internet was made for.
To see what Zach’s been up to since Petheadz, follow him on Instagram here (@zachdriftwood). Oh! And if you don’t already, come find us too at @sticky9.
To celebrate the Summer of Soccer, ahem, Football, taking place over the next few weeks, we are renaming Sticky9 HQ as the Sticky9 Stadium. Football fever has well and truly gripped us and we can’t wait to decorate the office fridge in flag and football gram magnets. Here’s a few we captured earlier to inspire your own Sticky9 soccer collection.
Honk, honk! Sushi convoy coming through!
Handmade by creative duo Yashuhiko & Yusuke Nakano, these miniature ‘sushi trucks’ are transporting a delicious cargo (and causing quite a stir at Sticky9 HQ).
To learn more about the artists and to learn more about the ‘Rolling Tommy Sushi’ series, visit the Moriyu Gallery website.
Now, isn’t this clever? These classic album covers have taken a trip down Memory Lane and returned to their geographical origins with the help of Google Street View!
The record: The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan (Bob Dylan)
The address: Jones Street, the West Village, New York
The record: Willy and the Poor Boys (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
The address: Fish Kee Market, Hollis Street, Oakland, California
The record: Physical Graffiti (Led Zeppelin)
The address: St Mark’s Place, the East Village, New York
The record: Abbey Road (The Beatles)
The address: Erm… Abbey Road! Abbey Road, London
To see the full photo series (courtesy of The Guardian newspaper), click here.
@TypeTours is an Instagram account run by stylist and designer Clare Nicolson that documents great typography in spaces and places all over the world.
We’ve selected some of our favourite sunshiney font photos from the @typetours collection for you…
To see more, visit @typetours :)
We’re in the holiday mood now! Where are my flip-flops?
Oh, what we’d give to be sprawled out on comfy beach towels, listening to the waves and enjoying the warmth of the sun! As it stands though, we’ll be content enough Instagramming ice-lollies and looking at these marvellous portraits by Tadao Cern.
Dad’s special day is just around the corner and to mark the occasion we’re getting ready to show just how mad we are about dads.
We want your grams to collate an awesome Sticky9 dads of the world display at HQ. Share your pics with us on Instagram using the #sticky9 hashtag and help us capture those precious and priceless dad moments. We even wanna see the ones you’d rather forget, like dad dancing or his 80s perm. *Group cringe*.
Oh and don’t forget if you want to gift your dad the Sticky9 way, then you can still order magnets in time for Fathers Day using our premium delivery service until June 5. Whooshhhhh.
Now, we’d forgive you for simply reaching for the nearest spoon - but before you tuck in, guess what? These sticky temptations aren’t edible at all! Anna Barlow creates them entirely from clay, porcelain and glaze. Isn’t that clever? Isn’t that a little bit awesome?
We’re sorry for making your tummy rumble. To learn more about Anna’s foodie work, read all about it here!