Adam Tickle is a British born graphic designer and art director now based in Sweden. Having cut his teeth in the early 2000s UK Punk scene, he went on to create logos for some of the UK's modern cult institutions including Boiler Room, Goodhood, and NTS. On behalf of Sticker Archive, he has designed a sticker to symbolise the project as a whole, referencing the bumper stickers of his youth.
Italian-born English-based Sofia Prantera is the designer behind cult unisex label Aries Arise. Past projects have included collaborations with Jeremy Deller and David Sims. Here she has contributed a sticker featuring Hygieia, the ancient Greek goddess of health, cleanliness and hygiene.
Cali Thornhill DeWitt
Los Angeles based artist, designer and art director Cali Thornhill DeWitt is best known for his graphic artwork, zines, and clothing projects with people including Virgil Abloh and Kanye West. Represented by V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, he has exhibited at Lafayette Anticipations in Paris and Karma International. His work juxtaposes image and text taken from news headlines, spam mail, and street slang.
Fergus Purcell, aka Fergadelic, is one of the best known graphic artists working today. He established the logo for Palace Skateboards, has worked with Marc by Marc Jacobs, Stüssy, and cult streetwear labels Silas and Tonite. His contribution is a graphic web combined with the text Tattoo Everything.
Fiona Banner aka The Vanity Press
Banner is a British artist working with text, sculpture, painting, and installation, with a name that reflects her book imprint. The former Turner Prize nominee—who has exhibited at Tate Britain, Venice Biennale, and MoMA—has created a Nein Fahrt sticker, meaning 'No Journey' in German and 'No Fart' in English, that touches on ideas of distance, space, body, contamination, and humour.
i-D magazine was founded by Terry Jones in 1980 and continues to be one of the most influential fashion and street culture publications published today. Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm and his team have reworked the i-D star logo in NHS Blue and repurposed the 2005 safe + sound cover line from their iconic Mark Lebon special edition book under the same title, giving it new sentiment for today.
Ugandan-British artist Lakwena is best known for her vibrant works combining text, pattern, and an acid colour palette that has been exhibited in London, Miami, Vienna, and Los Angeles. Here she has created a monochrome graphic sticker—Nothing Can Separate Us—playing on the medium as much as our emotional states in the crisis.
Working with photomontage and performance, Linder was one of the most influential artists to emerge during punk with her work for The Buzzcocks. She has had solo shows at Hepworth Wakefield, Tate St. Ives, and Nottingham Contemporary. Linder has submitted a sticker take on her recent piece for Art in the Underground, in collaboration with Åbäke.
Digital radio station NTS, which has studios in London, Manchester, Shanghai, and Los Angeles, was founded in Dalston by Femi Adeyemi in 2011. With over 250,000 listeners a month, the platform and its CEO have won industry awards including AIM Independent Music Awards and Best Online Radio Station in the World Award. NTS have taken their instantly recognisable logo sticker and put it in NHS Blue as a show of support.
British artist, art director, and graphic designer Peter Saville is best known for his work with Factory Records and Joy Division in a career that has included projects with Burberry, Raf Simons, the England Football Team, and the city of Manchester. Saville has contributed a sticker adaptation of his iconic motif that graces the cover of the seminal Joy Division album Unknown Pleasures, with the beloved black artwork now in NHS Blue.