Create eye catching window stickers / decorations to promote your company brand, promote a special offer, create privacy or simply to decorate a poor view/outlook. Storm prints window stickers as part of their product portfolio. We can offer a range of ‘stickiness’ options. This means it could be removable (static cling) or permanent with a strong adhesive – the choice is yours. The Storm team can make recommendations dependent on the surface and use.

These can be used for advertising, point of sale (POS), information or simply decoration. Available in full colour to promote your company brand or you can use a frosted/etched glass effect. Static cling (easily removable) stickers can be used in cars as parking permits, promoting club membership as well as shops and offices to display association membership or special awards/special offers.

Digitally Printed, Screen Printed or Litho Printed labels for application to windows available in a variety of adhesive.

Do you have a design or idea that could be used to create a window sticker for your organisation? Do you need some help to pull it together? Contact Storm Graphics – we are here to help and can make it happen, cost effectively and professionally.


Static cling window stickers are a great way of building customer loyalty especially if you are in the business to consumer market. Think about the radio stations, charities and clubs who all use them to promote their brand. They are often used in competitions by local newspapers.


Storm Graphics window stickers have been used to promote club membership, confirm parking rights etc., as you might expect. They are also great for branding windows on offices and retail outlets creating eye catching messages for passersby.

“Our offices are above some retail outlets so not very obvious from the foot path. We approached Storm Graphics for some ideas – initially asking about signage. As there isn’t enough room for a good size sign they suggested window stickers. They look great and have created a lot of interest – we are delighted with them.”