Sticker bombing (also known as sticker art, or sticker slapping) is where stickers are used to cover a surface and in doing so to create a form of art, or to promote a certain message. Sticker bombing is a form of graffiti art.
Self-adhesive vinyl is, perhaps, one of the most popular choices for outdoor stickers. This is due to its waterproof and all-weather properties. Unlike paper stickers vinyl stickers will repel the water and will not deteriorate when used outdoors.
The difference between die-cut and kiss-cut stickers is how the stickers are cut in relation to the silicone release backing paper. For die-cut stickers the sticker and the backing paper are cut to the same size and shape. For kiss-cut stickers the sticker is cut to a different size or shape to the backing paper.
Sticker printers have their own set of words to describe what they do. In this article I try to explain the meaning of full colour stickers, and show the difference between full colour and spot colour printing.