At your request, we will be hosting the first Reflective Workshop for adults on May 30. Our head designer himself will be on hand in our sticker practice with help and advice so that you can finally tackle your dream project.

Questions upon questions that need answers

Which motif should I choose? And what colour? How do I go about it? Will it even look good? What if I stick myself? How do I proceed with hard-to-reach areas?

We know that some of you are plagued by these questions, which may even put you off getting started with stickers in the first place. Although sticking stickers on bikes, helmets and other objects that don't simply offer a flat and even surface is not rocket science, it can still be tricky, especially if the demands are high. And we all have high expectations, right?

That's why we decided to make our Head of Design Antoine available to you in our first official Reflective Workshop. He will not only answer all your questions, but will also take you by the hand, from the conceptualization of your design to the first sticker applications on the object.

Regardless of whether you are "only" planning a small decoration on the frame or a full-scale foiling, we will take away your initial nervousness and give you helpful tips that we will practice together so that you are prepared to complete your project if there is not enough time on the evening.

Small group, big result

The workshop will take place on May 30 from 4 p.m. in our store at Senefelderstr. 8, 10437 Berlin. You simply stay until we determine that you are on the right path.

The registration fee is 99€, which you can immediately redeem 1:1 for our product range in the form of a voucher. We therefore only require the purchase of one or more products, which we can ideally work with immediately on site.

The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 4 so that we can guarantee the best possible support. Registrations are now being accepted. If there is a lot of interest, we will offer a follow-up date very soon, for Sticker Practice #2.

Eberhard Schilling