CH Omakase 2017: Jon Burgerman Sticker Pack

An exclusive collection of unique and playful characters from the NYC-based artist

We have worked with UK-born, NY-based artist and designer Jon Burgerman since 2005 (including last year’s CH Omakase) so it was natural that he be involved in CH Omakase 2017. This year, the talented creative offered up an exclusive holiday sticker pack full of his unique, playful and colorful characters. From a head of garlic exclaiming “I stink!,” to leftover pizza, eyeballs, punny doughnuts and …

Artist Jon Burgerman’s Nicer Tuesdays Talk

As part of It’s Nice That’s “Nicer Tuesdays” design talks, CH favorite Jon Burgerman headed to London to discuss his Instagram account, animation experiments, the power of doodles and more. He explains that doodles can be almost anything, not just scribbles on paper—he says it’s “thinking and making at the same time.” Watch the full talk over at It’s Nice That.

CH Omakase 2016: Jon Burgerman Sticker Collection

Charming critters comprise a vibrant set of adhesive artwork you can't get anywhere else

To call Jon Burgerman a CH favorite would be an understatement; we’ve been following the UK-born, NY-based artist and designer since 2005. His work frequently incorporates vibrant, playful characterizations—dilemmas such as “Which do I like better, tacos or hot dogs?” transform into animated emoji; bright colors fill in squiggly lines creating something altogether rambunctious (though sometimes he veers into darker territories). For our CH Omakase …

The Art of Ping Pong

With bright, bold and oftentimes wacky art adorning them, the ping pong bats that are available in 2016’s Art of Ping Pong auction were created by super-talented artists. With work from Jon Burgerman, Studio Moross, Kai & Sunny, Thierry Noir and more, it’s hard to choose a favorite (though we’re definitely drawn to David Shillinglaw’s goofy, sweet smiley face piece). Still, it’s a comfort to …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Prince's Paisley Park opens to the public, our nearest habitable planet, the history of chairs and more in our look at the web

1. Prince’s Paisley Park to Open to the Public Most people will remember exactly where they were when they heard that His Royal Badness, Prince, passed away. The tragic news then led to many wondering what would happen to his immense backlog of work, and his beloved home/studio Paisley Park. The trust that’s running the late musician’s estate announced that—starting 6 October—Paisley Park will be …