Ron English's Stickable Art Offenses: Wacky Packages meets AdBusters

Ron English's Stickable Art Offenses is an inspired collection of stickers from one of the world's most iconic sticker artists. Ron English designed the iconic Ronald McDonald parody for Super-Size Me, and has built his reputation on grotesque, trenchant, and funny graphic attacks on corporate logos and marketing.

The book opens with English's reminiscence of one of the many times he was arrested for stickering in New York City, then leaps into more than 40 pages' worth of die-cut, full-color vinyl stickers. English's stickers are a bit like a highly politicized Wacky Packages or Garbage Pail Kids for grownups, with a bit of Warholian whimsy thrown in, by way of AdBusters. The book ends with some lovely photos of English's work in the wild, from giant murals to billboard defacements to guerrilla re-branding in the grocery store cereal aisle.

Ron English is a great favorite around these parts, as this extensive collection of Ron English posts from our archives can attest. I can't wait to start decorating my environs with his work

Last Gasp, English's publisher, were kind enough to send us some hi-rez outtakes from the book for your pleasure. Visit the jump to see more.

Ron English's Stickable Art Offenses: A Sticker Book



  1. Ron English apparently used to live in the co-op where I spent my 2nd year in college.  He painted some murals on the wood fence (I don’t know if any of it’s still there; it’s not visible from the picture in the link).  He was there a few years before me, but there were some photographs of him in one of the kitchen drawers (e.g. him posing on top of a billboard that he painted).

    When I started reading The Realist, I came across the name “Ron English” and thought “hey wait, I know who that is…”

    EDIT(s): fixed URLs

  2.  I like his artwork, but I don’t know if I can support anyone who collaborates with Chris Brown.

  3. @gyro:  Good times.  I remember him hacking full-sized billboards.  He painted a tuxedo on my (then) male chest at an Ark pool party; didn’t know he lived at French House too.

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