Calamityware is a tiny, five-person, one-dog company headquartered in Pittsburgh. We love bringing the darkly whimsical view of our founder and chief monster-maker, Don Moyer, to life. Our products are high quality, meticulously manufactured items that make wonderful gifts for you and other weird-adjacent people in your life. Our goal is to make you smile.
These arrived just in time, as I needed an eye-patch after my fuel tank exploded when I used an inferior sticker to patch it. Luckily, the pirate ship fits perfectly as an eye-patch and the remaining stickers hold together what’s left of my fuel tank.
What could go wrong?
I'd complain, because the advertising for this item is dishonest. These stickers will not make anything worse. Maybe the pagoda in particular will actually improve whatever you stick it to, and if that isn't false advertising, I don't know what is. ;)
Was all set to patch my fuel tank when your warning caught my eye.
Guess I'll have to settle for adorning my laptop, water bottle, and phone.
Quality printing on thick, heavy vinyl stock - really wonderful stickers.
The stickers were a terrific bonus. Going to plaster them on the Subaru. Probably won’t survive, but that’s where we want them.
Stickers! Stickers! I love stickers. You should see my accordion case. It's lousy with them. So I know from stickers and these Calamitywear stickers are TOP quality. Seriously super stickers. They will survive the end times, when the Earth is left with just cockroaches and Calamitywear stickers.
Brilliantly done. Make more!
I received my set of "Make Things Worse" Stickers. I used them. Sure enough, things got worse.
I love it when a product delivers on its promises...
(Seriously, good quality material and printing. Fun stuff!)
Everybody wants them! Well made stickers.
These stickers are so adorable, well made, and make all my stuff look great. I've added them to my day planner and water bottle for an extra dose of smiles every time I use them.
I love the Things Could be Worse line, and I love stickers almost as much! My biggest challenge right now is not saving them for the “right” place, and just start making my world worse, one sticker at a time!