Let’s be real for a second: The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One designs are hideous. Sure, both are great gaming consoles, but their cases employ the same look of every generic VCR from the 1980s. Thankfully, Etsy store-owner Decalgirl has a fix for that problem.
iRobot’s Roomba vacuum cleaners are about the closest thing you can get to having a real Star Wars droid at home. In fact, many Roomba owners are happy to pretend their robovac is just a shorter version of R2-D2 while it works away, and this decal set will help make that even more believable.
Helvetica and Times New Roman are legendary, instantly recognizable typefaces, and they're both owned by the biggest type conglomerate in the world. Now, that company is adding emoji and stickers to its holdings.
You know Facebook stickers—the brighter, louder cousin of the common emoji that has thus far been relegated to the world of Messenger? All that's about to change. Now, we can finally use Facebook stickers in comments to ambiguously say all the things that we'd rather not.
There was a time when well-traveled luggage looked like the suitcase above: covered with travel stickers, trophies of every adventurous explorer. My father, who spent his youth traveling across Europe in the 60s and 70s kept his weary suitcase for a long time; as a child, I admired all those well-aged little pictures…
Designed for neat freaks, the obsessive compulsive, or anyone tired of borrowed gear not returning to where it belongs, these simple location marking stickers serve as the perfect reminder as to where your stuff goes.
Let's be honest, most of us couldn't afford a Leica camera and would do unspeakable things for one. But don't worry! You don't have to! You can buy a Leica Camera sticker for your iPhone 5 to front like you have a Leica.
There's no such thing as having too many pockets. Particularly in the Summer when you have to give up the copious amount of storage available in your Winter coat. So these simple peel and stick shirt pockets are downright genius.
Once the zombie apocalypse strikes, it will be open season on all members of the flesh-eating undead. But until then, if you want to sport hunt the occasional zombie, you'll need to get yourself a hunting permit.
Not even the home button is safe from gaudy stickers that cheapen the sleek industrial design of the iPhone. Unless you are teenaged girl, then these stick-ons are the best thing that ever happened to you in your whole entire life.
Ikea serves a purpose, sure, but I hate buying furniture out of necessity. More thought should go into your surroundings—but if you really can't part with the Scandinavian furniture, at least consider Mykea's fun decals.
As soon as I saw Billy Brown's pixelated array of cameras the other week, I downloaded several and started using them as my OS X icons. I'm very tempted to buy the matching vinyl decals, but the international shipping makes them pretty pricey unfortunately.
Love it. Clean, simple and perfect for the game room in my mythical mansion.
If you picked up the second issue of 2000 AD in 1977, you'd be the proud owner of these retro-ridiculous Biotronic stickers. And if you missed it, here's a second chance to print out and tape on that third eye.
Finally! Now there are some MacBook decals that turn that Apple logo into bros with fros or freaky mustached men. There are even choices slightly more polite than the pedostache.
In the 1970s, Topps released a baffling set of stickers featuring Marvel heroes yelling non sequiturs about deodorant and aspirin. You haven't seen unintentional comedy gold until you've seen Man-Thing admit he "dropped the soap in the shower."