Pier 9 has lots of drawers, shelves and cabinets filled with things from colanders that look like UFOs to marshmallow fluff to rivet guns. Over the course of a month, I took inventory of all these objects and documented them through drawings, eventually turning them into organizational stickers. You too can organize your stuff without having to open every drawer to find that tiny UFO. 

Step 1: Stuff you'll need

1. Pen (whatever kind you like, preferably one that doesn't bleed or smear if you will be drawing directly onto the paper)
2. Paper
3. Roland Versacamm printer
4. Vinyl sticker paper (you can get giant rolls online or smaller home use kinds from craft stores)
5. Patience
6. A computer
7. Scissors

You can also do this with photographs or draw directly on sticker paper without having to touch a computer. This is a good option for one-time production. If you are wanting to reproduce -- in case stickers wear off or get pickle juice accidentally spilled on them -- having the option of reprinting might be appealing. 
<p>Great project, would you be willing to share the image files?</p>
<p>Seriously, these are amazing. The kitchen looks so great now :D</p><p>You're awesome!!</p>
<p>These are super cool. Thanks for making them....!!!!!</p>

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Bio: Illustrator, observer, layman scientist, collector based out of Oakland, CA. Enjoys long walks through the woods and eating whole watermelons in one sitting.
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