Posts Tagged ‘Stickers’

JIZ -Oakland, CA

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016


OPTIMIST – Sacramento, CA

Monday, February 29th, 2016


Stickers – San Francisco, CA

Monday, February 1st, 2016


GROWER ‘Electric Funeral’ – San Francisco, CA

Friday, November 27th, 2015

Photographer: Madeleine Tonzi

JIZ – Oakland, CA

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015


Interview with THE LOST CAUSE

Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

(The following is a conversation between Asker and The Lost Cause.)

(Photo Credit: PSSA)

The Lost Cause, a.k.a “T-L-C”, started as a graffiti writer and consistently built up a body of work transitioning into characters, stickers and technicolor murals. Noted is his “Winston the Whale” character, who appears in multiple variations on stickers, t-shirts and the naughty list of local street sign scrapers. Recently, TLC’s work has taken an interesting turn as his characters have become more ornate and complex, appearing in cities across continents.

I first met The Lost Cause in a small paint jam in Portland. He had an immediate enthusiasm and an infectious sense of humor. We had been talking for a while about doing an interview and it finally happened when he started working on a project outside the house I was staying at that day. After a surprise wake up call (TLC turning on all the lights to the basement) I stumbled outside into the summer heat of 2014 and hit the record button.

Asker: This is Asker 3 Dots the Third, sitting here with The Lost Cause. I’m looking for something to eat, I’m pretty hungry, TLC woke me up at 11:11.

TLC: Good morning.

Asker: Now we’re sitting here, TLC’s painting a car.

TLC: I hate it, it’s covered with spiders.

Do you have arachnophobia?

Asker: No, actually I like spiders I think their great.

Wait, are you eating something?

TLC: Yeah, I’m eating a tuna sandwich.

(Photo Credit: TLC)

Asker: Can I try some?

TLC: You want this other half?

Asker: I’ll just eat a bite. (chews sandwich, starts coughing)

TLC: (Laughs)… what’s wrong with it?

Asker: This is gross, I want some waffles.

So, how long you been working on this style? I feel like the stuff you’ve been working on now is different than the original work you were doing on the streets. There’s more patterns, there’s more of a resonance.

TLC: What does that mean, resonance?

Asker: Resonance is like…

TLC: I have a limited vocabulary.

Asker: Sometimes I make up words, sometimes I use words and then I’m like “wait, is that the right use of this word…”

TLC: I used to use the phrase “affirmative action” because I thought it just meant to do something.

Asker: That’s like when you’re a minority and they put you into school because they’re trying to fit a quota.

TLC: Right I learned that afterward. But before I just thought affirmative action meant “we need to do this”, so I would be hanging out with friends and I’d say “we need to take affirmative action!”

Asker: (laughs)

I’m gonna start saying that.

TLC: Don’t, it’s risky business

Asker: So what projects are you looking forward to lately?

TLC: Forest For the Trees.

Asker: What’s going on with that?

TLC: A bunch of people coming into town and painting walls. Get to hang out with NoseGo and Curiot. Get to meet all these people, I’m stoked.

Asker: Have you painted for other mural festivals before ?

TLC: Nope, this is the first one.

Asker: Whoah!!!

TLC: Yeah brah. Oh snap!

Asker: I mean it’s not like mural festivals happen all the time in Portland either.

TLC: Yeah, this is the second one for Forest For the Trees.

(Photo Credit: PSSA)

Asker: What would you think if I did this?

(takes spray can and paints line across arm)

TLC: Ahhhh, why’d you do that… you want me to do your whole body? I could do a series of nipples running all the way down.

Asker: How long do you think it would take to wash off?

TLC: Well there’s that solvent downstairs, should only take 30 seconds.

Asker: Solvent!? That stuff’s wicked…

TLC: Yeah, I use it on my hands sometimes. That’s probably why I got teeth falling out of my head.

Asker: Yeah, maybe I shouldn’t have done that.

TLC: I got a wicked gum disease going on and I’m pretty sure it’s from licking my brushes after using mineral spirits.


BROKE ONE “Super Fun Summer Sticker Pack”

Sunday, June 29th, 2014

Eight new full color hand drawn designs specially made for this sticker pack. Also comes with one hand drawn beer can on a eggshell sticker plus one more hand drawn on a US postal sticker. Plus a hand full of mini stickers are thrown in.

– 8 FULL Color vinyl stickers
– 1 Drawn beer can egg shell
– 1 Drawn us postal


“The artist that has put up thousands of hilarious stickers, posters and tags all over the bay, off and on since the mid 90’s”

Please do not place these over other people’s work in the street (stickers, tags, etc). Endless Canvas and the above artist believe in expressing respect to everyone.

CRUSH – Oakland, CA

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

NINA Sticker – San Francisco, CA

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Photographer: Madeleine Tonzi

BVRS, BROWS – San Francisco, CA

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Photographer: Madeleine Tonzi


Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Nina STM.

FERAL Sticker – Oakland, CA

Friday, October 26th, 2012

FERAL sticker - Oakland, Ca

NOW ACCEPTING STICKERS! Get Distributed Internationally!

Saturday, October 6th, 2012

If you would like to have your art distributed to the far corners of the world without having to burn yourself out by packing a million orders or paying for crazy international shipping over and over then have Endless Canvas do it for you!

All you have to do is mail us a fat pack of stickers and we’ll turn it right around to our established fan base.


RPS Collective
c/o Endless Canvas
2278 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612
United States of America

RX SKULLS – Thanks for the Stickers!

Sunday, February 19th, 2012

Thank you RX for the fat pack of colorful stickers! RX Skulls has been crushing the sticker scene in Portland this past year. We’ve added these stickers to our packs and we’ll be shipping them out internationally. Grab some here…

DUME, RODI – Oakland, CA

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

DUME, RODI, Stickers, Oakland, Street Art, Graffiti