Nancy Seki was a writer and artist in Japan well known for her signature "Eraser Print" pieces. Before her death in 2002, she created and popularized this technique of using only erasers and cutters to create prints in the style of caricatures of popular Japanese TV personalities. She would often also pair these caricatures with harsh criticisms and witty commentary on these celebrities. These stickers are printed in the style of Nancy Seki's eraser print pieces, featuring thick imperfect outlines and characters with comic style words.
- Dimensions (each sheet): 6 in (15.2 cm) x 3.9 in (9.8 cm)
- 5 sheets of stickers in each pack
- The "Reward" pack includes different sealing stickers commonly used to seal envelopes and little pouches. These stickers feature Nancy Seki's depiction as well as various encouraging phrases in Japanese such as "well done"
- The "Decchi," sticker packs feature a hard working apprentice engaged in his various tasks and comical distressed reactions
Started in 1982, Classiky is based in Kurashiki, a town in Japan's Okayama prefecture. On top of doing many collaborations with artists and artisans from town factories across Japan, Classiky has its own line of lifestyle products that celebrates traditional handiwork and combines old school craftsmanship with items designed for everyday living today. Their unique and quirky goods are handmade in a traditional fashion and are eye-catching even in the most special settings.