We’re thrilled to be participating in the 2019 Autism Awareness Day on April 28th at Citi Field in Queens, NYC.
StickTogether has many fans in this community and we're proud to support this wonderful event. Please stop by to say hello, add a few stickers to the poster we'll have on display, and enjoy a ball game with us!
We got to know Cindy DeRosier recently and have been loving her blog, My Creative Life. It's full of creative and accessible crafts, cooking and travel tips.
When she posted a StickTogether Hot Air Balloon poster in her dining room, it became a focal point not just for her family, but everyone who dropped by, including Grandma.
Check out their fun collaboration here: https://www.cindyderosier.com/2019/03/sticktogether.html
At StickTogether, we have a soft spot for all things pixelated. If you share our sentiments and are in the New York/New Jersey area, or are planning a visit over the holidays, you might want to check out Liberty Science Center’s Pixel Art.
The interactive exhibit includes 952 pixel dials, each of which can produce over 1,000 possible color combinations as they’re turned. Visitors can create endless patterns and images, going wherever their imagination takes them.
Speaking of pixels…while at the Liberty Science Center, make sure to visit the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium. The biggest in the Western Hemisphere, its lighting system can produce 281 trillion colors, with an image resolution of 88 million pixels (in case you were impressed with StickTogether's 4000 ‘pixel’ sticker posters!)
For further information: https://lsc.org/
Everyone looks forward to getting together for Thanksgiving. Who doesn’t love roast turkey, pumpkin pie and catching up with family? But Thanksgiving can also mean fitting a lot of personalities around one table.
Collaborating on a StickTogether® poster is a great way to bring everyone together! Children, grandparents, your weird cousin who only eats raw foods on Thursdays… Everyone relaxes, conversation flows and even that joke your uncle tells every single year is funny again!