Monday, February 8, 2016

Real Professional Stickers.

Rolling forever.

I had a snow day from work back in January and decided to sort through my shoe box full of stickers. I picked out a bunch of goodies to do a week's worth of adhesives.

Real made stickers for pro graphics in the early to mid 2000s. The robot was the graphic for Dennis Busenitz's first pro model. The Keith Hufnagel pop art explosion and Busenitz's robot are both from the fall of 2002. I couldn't find a catalog that had the J.T. Aultz cat, but I'm guessing it was from a couple years later. It was probably also J.T.'s first graphic. I believe the kickflip over the construction barrier logo is from the late 1990s.

Here's an old school bonus of Jim Thiebaud's Cop Kisser top graphic from 1992:

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