Tindie is a great place to sell actual electronics and gadgets, but what if you’re a well-known hacker who would rather get the word out about yourself through cool stickers? Sure, you could give them away, but if they’re free, people may not value and use them like you hope.
Perhaps charging a nominal fee would weed out the people who would simply discard your clever promotional items without much thought. For an easy way to set this up, Tindie would be a great place to list them, as Stefan Kremser, AKA Spacehuhn, has done with his stickers.
So what is a Spacehuhn? After some quick searching, it seems that huhn means “chicken,” in German, so a chicken astronaut? This particular chicken-o-naut has a 1s and 0s collar to secure its helmet in place, indicative of Mr. Kremser’s coding prowess, on display via GitHub here. He also notes that if you want to buy something based on his software, Travis Lin’s store has several items that run his code.
The sticker pack includes two cut in the shape of a chicken with a space helmet on, as well as a square with the chicken’s unique mug/helmet on a black background. Each looks like a lot of fun, and willcompliment your laptop or car bumper nicely.