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Keep Vinyl Stickers Out Of Our Environment This Earth Day!

Keep Vinyl Stickers Out Of Our Environment This Earth Day!

At Dust City Designs, we always strive to be as eco-friendly as possible with our products. From our Wood Stickers, all the way to the shipping box, we try to make our impact as little as possible. The vinyl sticker industry is a multi-billion dollar industry that is a massive contributor to the micro plastic tragedy that is plaguing our waterways and environment. 

Exclusive wood stickers featuring Lassen Volcanic National Park now available

Exclusive wood stickers featuring Lassen Volcanic National Park now available

Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to steaming fumaroles, meadows freckled with wildflowers, clear mountain lakes, and numerous volcanoes. Wood Stickers featuring these main characteristics of the park are now available!

Dust City Wood Stickers Partners with Realtree

Dust City Wood Stickers Partners with Realtree

Dust City has partnered with Realtree to bring outdoor enthusiasts wood stickers! Realtree has become known as one of the largest, most respected names in the outdoor industry, and now they offer wood stickers. Being the world's leading camouflage, Realtree is licensed by over 1,500 manufacturers of thousands of outdoor and lifestyle products. In addition, they are committed to supporting individuals and groups that work to ensure our outdoor heritage, the conservation of natural places, and the wildlife that resides there.

America's Largest Sea Cave Brings Sea Lion Wood Stickers to it's Gift Shop


The Sea Lion Caves is America's largest sea cave as identified by the Guinness Book of World Records. It is the year round home of the Steller Sea Lion. The Stellar sea lion, also known as the northern sea lion, is the largest member of the sea lion family. You can see these majestic beauties in their natural habitat dwelling in the formation of the cavern that began about 25 million years ago. Am It now soars to the height of a 12- story building and stretched the length of a football field. Sea lions aren't the only wild animal you will see there, the natural amphitheater is also the home to  other marine life and shore creatures! 

The cavern walls are painted with natural mineral stains like Lichens, and algae that create colorful greens, pinks, purples, tans, and reds that form on the rough surfaces. the sea level portion of this cave and sea cliff rocks just outside the cave have become, over the centuries, the only known mainland rookery or "breeding area" of the Steller Sea Lion, and to lesser extent, the California sea lion. The Cave vicinity is home to several other animals including bats, pigeon guillemots, cormorants, gulls, orcas, gray whales, humpback whales, harbor seals, California sea lions, bald eagles, mountain lions, black bear, elk, deer, chipmunks, gray squirrels, owls, common murre, tufted puffin, marbled murrelet, black oystercatcher, anklets, sandpiper, dunlin, whimbrel, snowy plover, osprey, killdeer, and numerous ducks and geese. Many seabird species are endemic and found nowhere else, except along the Oregon Coast. 

Sea Lion Caves Fun Facts

  • Cave Formed 25 million years ago

  • Cave is made of Basalt Rock

  • The largest Sea Cave in the America's

  • Height: equivalent to a 12 story building

  • Length of a football field

  • Elevator access since 1961

  • Discovered in 1880 by Captain William Cox

  • The elevator capacity is twenty-three passengers

  • The elevator descends a total of 208 feet

  • The elevator speed is 250 feet per minute

  • The elevator accommodates about 400 people per hour


A life-size sculpture by Ken Scott was built and commissioned to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Sea Lion Caves. Sea Lion Family  was publicly dedicated in 1982 and has an adult bull male, an adult female, and a young pup sea lion, sunning themselves on the rocks. Coming in at 1,500 pounds, the sculpture was likely the largest cast bronze sculpture in Oregon at the time. 


Sea lions, seals and walruses are marine mammals belonging to an order, or group, called pinnipeds, which means fin-footed or wing-footed. At the Sea Lion Caves you can find the encased specimen pictured on the right on display at Sea Lion Caves was prepared and is on permanent loan from Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, Oregon. The animal was a 3 year old female Steller Sea Lion, found with a fatal gun shot wound near Newport, Oregon. She was over 7 feet long and weighed 327 pounds. 

Born Aviation and Dust City Create New Designs for Airplane and Train Lovers

Born Aviation and Dust City Create New Designs for Airplane and Train Lovers

Born Aviation, a wholesaler of aviation related gift items, and Dust City have come together to bring airplane and train enthusiasts Wood Stickers! Family owned and operated for 40 years, this company provides unique gifts for bonafide retailers.

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show now features Wood Sticker

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show now features Wood Sticker

The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show reflects upon southeast Alaska’s rich logging history, and Dust City has paired with the show to offer visitors real wood stickers! World champion athletes wearing spiked boots & hard hats compete in 12 athletic events that utilize seven-pound axes, six-foot razor sharp saws, tree climbing gaffs, and souped up chainsaws. A prime destination for cruises, Ketchikan offers riveting, hands-on experiences for all ages!