StickTogether Custom Portrait

It's been awhile since the last time I mentioned StickTogether here on the blog, and I am so excited to show you my latest StickTogether project!  

Do you recognize that handsome face? It's not just any rabbit. It's Trouble! StickTogether offers custom designs so that you can create a pixelated mosaic poster of a beloved pet, a person, or whatever else you'd like. The process is simple. Contact StickTogether (and tell them Cindy deRosier sent you!) with a photo you'd like to turn into a poster, and they will get back to you with a quote if the design will work when pixelated. 

I sent in this image:

And I got this proof back:

I thought the fence was distracting, so I asked them to take that out and they were happy to do so. My poster arrived in a mailing tube with all the stickers I needed. I've been working on it for awhile and have found that it is a great form of stress relief. And I am so happy with the finished artwork! The photo at the top of the post was taken from up close. Here is what it looks like about 8 feet back: 

And when I back up way into the kitchen, it looks even better. 

I'm planning to frame it and find a place where it can be viewed easily from a distance or up close. Thank you so much to StickTogether for a poster that was fun to make and that I'll treasure for years. 


  1. I’m so glad you covered this. I’ve been wondering about doing this for a band event. How long has it taken you? Did Trevor help and what did he think?

    1. It's really hard to estimate how long it took me, as I added a few stickers every time I passed by, rather than working on it steadily. StickTogether says most people do 10-12 stickers a minute and this large format design has 7040 stickers. Trevor helped work on it; he loves it. Others helped as well and most people really enjoyed how mindless and social it is. You can easily stand around it and chat as you sticker.


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