by Andrew Goldfarb (San Francisco,CA) -
We would like to introduce you to the Slow Poisoner.
ANDREW GOLDFARB is an artist out of the San Francisco Bay area that does all sorts of creative things both as an illustrator and a writer, but also as playing live music and doing performance art as “The Slow Poisoner”... a one man surrealistic rock and roll band. that has been playing to audiences across America since 1995 with an electric guitar and bass drum he plays catchy, offbeat songs whose lyrical subjects include swamp witches, sinister flowers, strange hungers and giant worms that drive hot rods. he draws a comic strip called "Ogner Stump's One Thousand Sorrows" and paints velvet portraits of cryptic mystics and sad hobo clowns. He writes an advice column, "Ask the Slow Poisoner!" which is published in PORK magazine, and his novels "Hypno-Hog's Moonshine Monster Jamboree" and "Slub Glub in the Weird World of the Weeping Willows" have been published by Eraserhead Press. He can be followed on Facebook at and on Twitter @TheSlowPoisoner. And his website is

We are really happy to have this months design done by Andrew Goldfarb. I met Andrew just a couple of years ago while I was playing a show in SF.. and he has come out to Sacramento to perform since then as well..Earlier this year he did a version of the Instagon “instagod” character that was used for the 23rd year anniversary show poster .. He is a really nice guy and super funny and creative with his work..we hope you share his music and his art and are excited about this month's sticker.. the Green Fairy!

This design is limited to only 150 stickers printed.

Every month we invite an artist to create a design for our sticker club. Our stickers are printed on high quality vinyl, are weather resistant and suitable for indoor and outdoor sticking.

When you join the 2016 club, we will send you three of each 2016 design! (36 stickers).. join now and get all of the designs this year so far NOW.. and each additional design as they are released.

The Stickers Club is a great way to support independent art and makes a great gift!








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