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3901 Locust Walk MB21
Philadelphia, PA, 19103
United States

(972)800-1488

Custom, original laptop stickers for Mac and PC, tailored to the minimalist tastes of the millennial.

About

I design stickers that capture the best and most candid moments of my life, whether it be a piggyback ride from my brother or that one spontaneous trip to Italy. These moments shouldn't be hidden in the depths of my mind, but rather, sketched out and displayed in bright and bold so I may relive it everyday. In the same way, I aspire to use my custom designs to help you sketch your life.

Laura Gao

Creator, designer, writer, and everything in between.

University of Pennsylvania Class of 2018

Personal Portfolio Site

Hello.

I want to start off by saying thank you for checking out this website and supporting a college student design-preneur! Countless hours of work have made this possible, and countless more will be put in the near future. 

Draw Street Journal was created to integrate the three most important things in my life: art, business, and cringe-worthy puns. Joking aside, this started off as a side project, but as an increasingly number of people began asking where I got my self-designed laptop stickers from, I figured I could make something real happen.  

I design stickers that capture the best and most candid moments of my life, whether it be a piggyback ride from my brother or that one spontaneous trip to Italy. These moments shouldn't be hidden in the depths of my mind, but rather, sketched out and displayed in bright and bold so I may relive them everyday. In the same way, I aspire to use my custom designs to help you sketch your life.

As Leonardo da Vinci and my disapproving high school art teacher once said, "Art is never finished." As with art, life is its own piece of work that must constantly be sketched, erased, dropped in rain, ripped apart, and sketched again. This lack of an end may not be satisfying, but it sure is exhilarating to live.

Alas, this was probably more of a motivational speech than an "About Me" page. If you'd like to learn more about why I created this, the challenges I faced, and my future plans for DSJ, check out this article from the Daily Pennsylvanian!

Laura Gao