If you’re like me, you’re not a fan of plastering cheesy bumper stickers all over your vehicle. Facebook, with its memes alone, has done enough to ensure that we all know exactly where people stand politically and socially with very little tolerance. Sigh. Alas, a company called Ultimation has developed the first digital bumper sticker to bring those social sentiments—and hopefully happier thoughts—directly to...
In America, there is no better way to share your love, hate, political leanings, religious beliefs, and philosophical musings than the rear end of your car. Talelight makes bumper sticker expressionism way easier and way more versatile--and, yeah, also way pricier--with their modifiable, customizable digital car marquees.
A dozen years ago, I had this idea: a clear plastic enclosure and mounting brackets for your car so you could change bumper stickers whenever you wanted, and not end up wallpapering your trunk with all the important things you want to express. Yeah, I never went anywhere with that. But when an email about Talelight showed up in my inbox, I was immediately excited. The digital age had finally caught up with bumper stickers!