Hatch Sticker Museum

Berlin / Germany

As the name suggests, the Hatch Sticker Museum is the world’s first and only institution for stamps, tags and sticky prints of all kind. From skateboard culture to promotional tools and street art, Hatch Sticker Museum collects said pieces of art and makes sure that the history of the graffiti sticker is not scraped from history. Their work can be found on their collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/11 in 2017. […]

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As the name suggests, the Hatch Sticker Museum is the world’s first and only institution for stamps, tags and sticky prints of all kind. From skateboard culture to promotional tools and street art, Hatch Sticker Museum collects said pieces of art and makes sure that the history of the graffiti sticker is not scraped from history. Their work can be found on their collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/11 in 2017.

Opened in 2008 as an offshoot of the globally known sticker brand hatch, the museum is based in a small apartment in Berlin Friedrichshain. While many of the stickers are somewhat affiliated with the company, most of the exhibited pieces were taken from the personal collection of Oliver Baudach, who began preserving stickers in the early 1980s. Most of the stickers displayed in the apartment are pop art style pieces, which are favoured by many street artists, still all types of stickers are welcome of which artists and fans donate many.

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