All great movements began as grassroots campaigns not intent on changing society but as a means to create awareness and organize like minds. Before the advent of the internet companies sought out radio, print and television to get their business out there and while those outlets are certainly available, they are not ones I care to utilize. Still Proud was built on word of mouth through social media and also artist sponsorships. I have literally built this idea from nothing but time and creativity. Prior to the internet, a brand would have had to utilize their city blocks as a means of communicating their message which today has been replaced by laptops and armchairs. I have much admiration for the brands of the past that built their foundation solely on word of mouth (prior to the internet) as it truly embodied “hustle” in every sense of the word.
Social media and the internet are amazing platforms but there is something mysterious about seeing stickers and graffiti overtaking walls, bus stops and telephone polls. They bring out the character behind a city and show peeps that defiance to the status quo is lurking in the underbelly of the culture. With that being said, this is an idea who’s time has come and it’s time to take it to the streets! 5,000 stickers are in my possession and I want you (the awesome supporter) to spread these to the four corners of the universe.
This is not a cheap operation with paying for printing and shipping so please ONLY serious peeps inquire. If you order something, you will get stickers with your order as well. Email your address to email@example.com and let me know how many you would like and where you’re planning to post them. With what I have I’ll try and get you what I can. If anyone would like to throw me a dollar to help with shipping etc please paypal it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALL I ask in return for the stickers are some pictures. As a further show of appreciation, when you send me the pictures I’ll hook it up with a 10% off discount code!
Check out the two designs:
Disclaimer: Still Proud assumes no liability in what may result of posting the stickers on public property. Please be respectful in where you post them as it’s considered defacing public property which can be a chargeable offense. Protect ya neck!