The Design is Very Pinoy: 10 Online Sticker Stores Uniquely Showcasing Filipino Culture

May 25, 2023 0 comments

Are you in search of stickers that boldly stand out from the crowd, leaving an indelible mark on your heart? Look no further! 

We've got just the ticket to satisfy your sticker cravings. Prepare to feast your eyes on designs that not only stick, but also tug at your nostalgic heartstrings, instantly making you feel right at home. Whether it's a clever nod to local culture or a cheeky reference that hits you right in the feels, these stickers are guaranteed to create an instant connection. Get ready to peel off the mundane and stick on some delightful relatability like never before!

Kulas Jalea (@artnikulas)

If you're a fan of the stars and love indulging in memes, you're in for a treat with Kulas Jalea's extraordinary works! Kulas has crafted a collection of captivating vinyl stickers and art prints that beautifully celebrate the wonders of the cosmos while embracing the unique humor culture of the Philippines.

His artwork features clever and relatable memes that pay homage to the unique Filipino sense of humor. Through his designs, he effortlessly infuses laughter and joy into his cosmic creations, bridging the gap between the celestial and the everyday experiences of Pinoy life.

Dinorisaur (@Dinorisaur)

Dinorisaur is a talented young artist who has a passion for creating eye-catching designs that make a statement. He primarily works with stickers, using bold colors and playful imagery to express his unique perspective on the world.

One of Dinorisaur's proudest achievements so far is his "Mga Baklang Naka Totebag" merchandise, which features a colorful graphic of a group of LGBTQ+ individuals carrying tote bags. This design has resonated with many people, and Dinorisaur loves to display it at the conventions and events he attends.

tadaoki (@tadaokiart)

One particular aspect that sets Tadaoki's artwork apart is the portrayal of the cutest Filipino street scenes. With mouth-watering stickers featuring iconic treats like halo-halo, isaw, bread with dirty ice cream, and taho, this artist masterfully captures the essence of street food that resonates deeply with every Pinoy's heart. These vibrant illustrations evoke a sense of nostalgia and evoke memories of bustling streets filled with the aroma of delectable delights, instantly transporting viewers to the vibrant and flavorful world of Filipino street cuisine.

10 Cent Art (@10centart)

Who knew Jeepney sign boards could be so relatable?

If you’re marupok, conyo, or looking for a relationship, you’ll definitely find yourself relating to 10centart’s Jeepney-inspired stickers. By using the iconic fonts and colors of traditional Jeepney sign boards, 10centart keeps Filipino culture alive even through mere stickers. #NoToJeepneyPhaseout. Check out the store on Instagram and Shopee

Sige Pre (@lookingako)

As a member of Panday Sining, Twitter user @sige_pre uses art as a medium for progressive expressions of national democracy. They recreate logos of famous local brands and take advantage of their noticeable features to bring attention to important social issues. You can shop via Twitter  and Instagram.  

Althea (@theirfieldnotes)

Althea’s (@theirfieldnotes) entire brand is centered around sari-sari store aesthetics. Her works are inspired by various store products, including candy wrappers, canned goods, milk cartons, Tikoy boxes, calendars, white flower oil, and many more.

Althea’s works evoke nostalgia due to the uniquely Filipino elements she incorporates in them. For instance, you’ll notice that images of cherubs are present in most of her works, which are reminiscent of figurines that are often displayed in a typical Filipino household. You can shop via Twitter and Instagram 

umiiyakakohngayuntt (@umiiyakakohngayuntt)

Growing up as a Filipino kid, I’m sure you can recognize this iconic design from the towel or bimpo that our mothers used to put on our backs to apparently absorb sweat. Jemima Grace (@jemima_grace_  and Ka (@woj4ncc) run the page (@umiiyakakohngayuntt), which features designs that are unique, funny, and relatable which definitely appeal to Gen Z. She also sells tote bags and stickers that resemble the star rewards commonly given to elementary school kids every time they answer correctly during recitation. Check the store at  Instagram, and Shopee.  

Kat (@pusanggalart)

Kat (@pusanggalart) gives a twist to the usual Jeepney-inspired stickers by using a color palette that is entirely her own. She uses warm and highly saturated colors instead of the usual neons used in traditional Jeepney sign boards. In fact, the font and color combination of these stickers might remind you of vintage packaging designs. You’ll also relate to these Jeepney-inspired stickers that contain common Pinoy phrases for every mood. Check the store on Twitter and Instagram

Kevin (@howlersupply) 

This batch of stickers perfectly encapsulates what it means to be Filipino. Inspired by local markets and rice packaging, these stickers feature unique elements that only Filipinos will understand. So, what are you waiting for? Decorate your laptop with some Divisoria stickers! Check the store on Twitter and Instagram

Iena (@walangbrand)

Iena (@walangbrand) is a collage artist whose works mainly include Filipino dishes, fruits, and vegetables. Most of them are centered around food and if you browse her instagram page, you’ll recognize some Pinoy favorites such as adobo, kaldereta, tuyo, mango shake, and even Hany Milk Chocolate. Just be prepared to crave these foods once you browse her page. Check Twitter and Instagram for more! 

These young, talented local artists are proving that Filipino-inspired merchandise can also be cool and trendy. So if you want to spice up your sticker collection and support local, make sure to check out these artists and follow their socials for updates. 

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