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1×1 Pixel Art Stickers: Manual Interpolation

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Written by Lambert Varias | October 20, 2014

There are lots of ways to mimic pixel art in the real world, such as cross-stitch, LEGO or just plain old paint. But if you’re interested in a convenient pixel art-style medium, check out 1×1. It’s a set of colored stickers that have been pre-cut to square blocks.


Each 1×1 box contains 36 different colors each made of 400 squares, except for black, of which you’ll get 800 squares. That gives you 14,800 squares in one box. To give you a better idea of just how many stickers you’re getting, all of the artworks in the image below were made from just one 1×1 box.


1×1 stickers can be used on a variety of materials, including wood, plastic, glass and metal. They are also water-resistant, easy to remove and leave no sticky residue behind.

Pledge at least $30 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a 1×1 box as a reward.

[via it8bit]