Toronto-based e-commerce start-up launching world’s largest sticker store this summer

A re-creation of StickerYou’s proposed storefront in Toronto’s Queen St. W. area. The groundbreaking retail store was created in collaboration with 3M and is set to be completed in late summer.

Featuring a massive three-storey “stickerbombed” storefront graphic, Toronto e-commerce start-up StickerYou is characterizing the launch of its new store in Queen Street West/Bathurst Street area of Toronto late this summer as “the world’s largest sticker store.” Created in collaboration with 3M, StickerYou will feature a stunning creative interior that highlights the creativity and possibilities of the ubiquitous sticker – including a sticker art exhibition scheduled for this Fall that will include works from Shepard Fairey (Obey GIant) and Matthew Hoffman (You Are Beautiful).

StickerYou is a global e-commerce leader in custom-printed, die-cut products that allows both businesses and consumers to create professional-grade materials for marketing, packaging, décor and “personal expression.” The company currently serves over 10,000 customers a month and has achieved an average year-over-year growth of 44% from 2013 to 2018. Its products include all shapes of stickers, labels, decals, iron-on transfers, static clings, magnets, badges, patches and more, that can also be fully customized. Part of its customer base includes commercial printers.

Andrew Witkin.

Founded in 2008 by current President Andrew Witkin, StickerYou is one of Canada’s leaders in e-commerce customization. In 2008, it utilized one machine and some coded software to offer customized designs. Today, the company is an e-commerce trendsetter that uses proprietary die-cut technology to create customized products – in orders from one to hundreds of thousands.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.