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4/5

Stick No Bills (Galle)

35 Church Street, Galle Fort


Stick No Bills has a sick collections of posters and prints at different price points. They've preserved some really cool artwork and design and are worth a visit (in the Galle Fort).



Stick No Bills has a really cool collection of vintage posters, prints and postcards. They're mad expensive for originals but their prints and postcards are affordable gifts.

The Stuff



Stick No Bills Bond Posters

Let's start with the good stuff. They have original movie posters which costs hundreds of dollars. These include western posters (like Bond ones) that are printed posters from the original run and handpainted ones, which are usually India. They market these as an investment and are priced accordingly. For hotels or people who are into art, these are good finds, but they are expensive.

Stick No Bills Dude

Besides that they have poster prints of Sri Lanka/Ceylon tourist type stuff which are very cool and cost Rs. 2,500 each (unframed).

Stick No Bills Postcards

They also have postcards for Rs. 350 each or Rs. 3,000 for 10.

Overall we think they've done a damn good job of curating cool stuff and offering products at different price ranges.

The Location



Stick No Bills Exterior

The main shop is on Church Street in the Galle Fort. Quite central, near Barefoot, Pedlar's street, etc. They're also quite accessible online. It's a nice shop, small but pleasant to browse in.

Service



Can't complain. The guy working there when we went wasn't especially knowledgable or anything, but he was efficient enough.

Conclusion



Stick No Bills has a sick collections of posters and prints at different price points. They've preserved some really cool artwork and design and are worth a visit (in the Galle Fort).

TIP

The posters prints are the best value.

Address

35 Church Street, Galle Fort

Directions

It's near the corner of Church Street and Pedlar. Heading into the main Galle Fort gates, you have to turn left and take Church Street. Follow that all the way down, past the Com Bank and you'll see the shop on your left. We recommend parking on the ramparts or elsewhere and walking up, these are narrow roads.

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Ratings Breakdown

Overall Rating
4
Quality Rating
4
Service Rating
3
Ambience Rating
4

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