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The History Of The Bumper Sticker

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The History Of The Bumper Sticker

On some vehicles, some stickers are like trophy signs of World War II aeroplanes, either of locations visited or actions completed. The ichthys fish symbol, which represents Christianity, and its parodies are popular bumper sticker themes. This section possibly contains original research. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations. Statements...

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Bumper Stickers History

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Bumper Stickers History

Bumper sticker supporting the 1976 Gerald Ford presidential campaign. Hidden categories: Articles that may contain original research from March 2008All articles that may contain original research The ichthys fish symbol, which represents Christianity, and its parodies are popular bumper sticker themes. “Shirat Hasticker” (“The Sticker Song”) by Hadag Nachash is an Israeli...

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Political Bumper Stickers History

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Political Bumper Stickers History

Larry Bird, a curator at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, agrees that social media has played a role in the decline of bumper stickers. For Bird—a specialist in American political history and symbols—bumper stickers represent the last vestiges of the old “hurrah” campaigns of the 1950s, which were characterized by parades, painted tractor...

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History Promotional Stickers

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History Promotional Stickers

“Boss Taco’s aesthetic subtly references the street art that would surround any taco stand in a major city. With hand-done characters and typography influenced by urban style, the identity has a personal feel that matches the overall feeling of homemade tacos from a street-side taco stand. This brand has more character than the normal chain...

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