Our stickers and magnets are produced in the United States. Most of
our shirts and buttons are also produced in the U.S.
Stickers are made from the finest weatherproof materials. The color pigments
are resistant to weather, carwashes, etc. They are flexible and easy to
Magnetic bumper stickers and fridge magnets are made of a thin (.020) flexible magnetic material that
clings to any smooth steel surface. We use a top quality magnetic
material made in Ohio. You may want to make sure your car (or your
bumper) is made of steel if you plan to use our magnetic stickers on your car. Some newer
cars use plastics or metal alloys that are not compatible with magnetic
Most of our shirts are made from 100% cotton and
professionally manufactured and screenprinted. The natural
(off-white) shirts are 100% organic cotton. Our sweatshirts are 50%
cotton and 50% polyester.
For best results, apply your sticker to a clean, dry surface. Do not apply
to loose or peeling paint. In humid conditions, stickers may curl while they are
still on the paper backing. This curling does not affect the durability of the
sticker in any way, and will disappear when the sticker is removed from the
backing and installed. Our stickers can survive sub-zero temperatures, but
should be applied when the temperature is 50° f or higher.
Fridge magnets and magnetic bumper stickers feature a heavy-duty
magnetic backing that will hold tight to a fridge, filing cabinet, car,
or just about any fairly flat surface made of steel. Magnetic bumper
stickers are great if you share a car and want to be able to use a
bumper sticker only when you are driving the vehicle. Or, if you just
want to make it easier to remove the sticker when you are passing
through some god-forsaken place, magnetic bumper stickers are the way to
go. You could even apply these magnetic stickers to a passing car or
train. It's not vandalism; It's a gift! Click here
for detailed tips on caring for magnetic bumper stickers (weekly removal
and cleaning is recommended).
Caring for your Shirt
Shirts should be washed and dried according to instructions on the shirt
tag. If the tag provides no instructions, we recommend that shirts be
turned inside-out before washing. Machine wash in warm or cold water.
Hang dry or tumble dry on low or medium heat. Ironing may damage some
imprints. If ironing is required, avoid ironing imprint.
Photo by Heather
The Sticker Creator
Many of the stickers on this site were designed by Dan Frazier. Dan,
44, has lived in Flagstaff, AZ for the last
16 years. One of
his hobbies is writing about himself, sometimes in the third-person. He lives
with his wife, Lisa, and two cats. Until 2001, he was the
editor of a radical left-leaning newspaper. He has also worked as an assistant editor at the
Arizona Daily Sun, and at various other odd jobs.
Dan is an entrepreneur with a passion for launching businesses that seem unlikely to succeed. Some of his past business failures include bicycle courier,
bicycle-based healthy snack vendor, owner of a vegan bed and breakfast, and
various publishing ventures. Dan got into the bumper sticker business because his wife
noticed that he has a "bumper sticker brain," that is, a talent for
coming up with puns, headlines, and jokes involving wordplay. Dan once won an
award for a headline he wrote while working at the Arizona Daily Sun. Also, with
his computer graphics skills, and familiarity with progressive viewpoints on
political issues, starting a bumper sticker business seemed only natural.
"These days, most people don't have time to read," said Frazier,
who admits he himself has a hard time finding time to read. "But people
have time to read bumper stickers. Bumper stickers are the perfect way to get
your message across in a world where attention spans are getting shorter all the
time. Media conglomerates now control the airwaves and nearly all newspapers and
other print media. One of the few uncensored media outlets available for those
who hold controversial viewpoints is the lowly bumper sticker. Bumper stickers
have been around for years, because they are cheap, effective, and you can stick
them to just about anything — a notebook, a sign, a window — even a bumper!
So long as there are bumper stickers, I will have hope for the future of the