So, the stickers I’ve been so excited about making for the Cult Film Club? Well they’re now available for purchase! Included in the CFC “No Tipping” Sticker Pack are 4 die-cut stickers, measuring between 2.4″x2.4″ and 3.4″x2.4″, featuring the CFC Logo, Official Membership Badge, our mascot the Phantom Ticket Taker, and the one, the only Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi)!
The Cult Film Club is totally siding with Mr. Pink when it comes to the idea of “No Tipping”, at least receiving them that is. We’d love your support in helping to cover our costs, but instead of holding out our grubby hands for a tip or donation we’ve got these rad stickers to sell instead. All profit goes directly into paying our podcast hosting and equipment fees. I’d really like to sell through the 40 packs we have by the end of the month, and I’ll be honest, I’m going to need your help to do it. Right now we’re almost half way to that goal, which is awesome, but we still have a little ways to go.
Plaster these on your car, Trapper Keeper, or your favorite pet! In addition, if you leave a comment below letting me know you put in an order, I’ll include a Branded in the 80s Logo sticker for free!
Thanks in advance for supporting this project, and especially to those who have already picked up a pack or two. And thanks always for stopping by Branded and reading my silly thoughts!
So there’s been some behind the scenes stuff going on with Branded, moving hosts, fixing broken junk, you know a bunch of technical wizardry that is way beyond me (I’m super lucky to know a rad lady named Jaime who is like single-handedly saving the site), but posting has been kind of quiet lately. Hopefully I’ll be changing that soon. During this time though I haven’t been just sitting on my butt and starring at the toys and crap on the walls of Branded HQ. I’ve also been working on a small project for the Cult Film Club that any longtime reader of Branded will probably know is sort of like a dream come true.
So I really like stickers, like a lot, and in the back of my head I’ve always wondered what it would be like to have some of my own designs and drawings turned into decals. Well, Tommy of Top Hat Sasquatch and Boxsome recently tipped me off to a company called Stickerapp.com that specializes in short-run glossy die-cut stickers for pretty affordable prices. So I went a little nuts and had a bunch of stickers printed…
To say I’m excited about these is a bit of an understatement. It’s a struggle to not apply these to every single bit of free wall space that I can find actually. I’m not even usually all that crazy about my own drawings, but right now I’m sort of in love/lust with these stickers. I can admit that. But I have to control myself, because I have a plan for these. Details to come soon for anyone who might be interested in picking some of these up and helping to support the Cult Film Club. In the meantime, I’m going to try my best to NOT spread these out on the floor so that I can lay in them and make sticker angels…