Coffee Critter Chug Sticker

Nate Taylor

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Coffee Critter Chug Sticker

Nate Taylor

Show your loyalty to your favorite addiction wherever you go with this sticker featuring Nate Taylor's Coffee Critter. 

For double the crittery, stickery goodness, check out the Coffee Critter Hug Sticker.

Find more of Nate's awesome stuff in the Nate Taylor Collection.

All proceeds go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.

Coffee Critter Chug Sticker

Show your loyalty to your favorite addiction wherever you go with this sticker featuring Nate Taylor's Coffee Critter. 

For double the crittery, stickery goodness, check out the Coffee Critter Hug Sticker.

Find more of Nate's awesome stuff in the Nate Taylor Collection.

All proceeds go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.

Sticker measures 3.5".

Nate Taylor is a freelance artist living with his family in the Pacific Northwest. Inspired at an early age by newspaper comics and movie poster art, he has been an artist all his life with work ranging from portraits and illustrations to cartoons and comics. When he isn’t working, Nate enjoys roleplaying games and carpentry.

A love of tabletop games and science fiction and fantasy stories has guided Nate’s career. He has illustrated “The Slow Regard of Silent Things” and “The Adventures of the Princess & Mr. Whiffle” by Patrick Rothfuss, “Sometimes the Magic Works” by Terry Brooks, book covers for “Whatever” collections by John Scalzi, and contributed artwork to “Unfettered: Tales by Masters of Fantasy,” “The Undone Life of Jak Dreadth,” and “The Tempered Steel of Antiquity Grey” by Shawn Speakman.

Nate has also created art for tabletop games “Button Men,” “Tak,” “Pairs,” “Lords of Vegas: Underworld,” “Lords of Vegas: Americana,” and “The Island of Doctor Lucky.” He is currently developing several comic and graphic novel projects.

See more of Nate Taylor's work on his website.