Where to Find New York Magazine’s Collaborative “I Voted” Stickers

Officially released in the 26 October issue of New York Magazine (which arrived on newsstands this week), the publication’s artist-produced “I Voted” sticker initiative provides a design-forward version of traditional voter stickers for those posting their ballots by mail. In total, 48 artists offered their own iterations, which range in style and messaging. Powerful contributions from Amy Sherald and Derrick Adams address racial injustice, with …

Ivory Coast Artist O’Plérou Grebet’s Africa-Centric Emojis

21-year-old Ivory Coast-based O’Plérou Grebet noticed a lack of applicable emojis for many Africans to use in everyday instant messaging and did something about it. Grebet’s emoji library Zouzoukwa (meaning “picture” in his first language Bété) includes 200+ images from food to furniture, facial reactions, tools, and more. “I love it because it’s exactly why my project is useful to an African, it fills a …

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 …