Hero Arts

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  • 1200 Harbour Way South, Suite 201
  • 94804 Richmond
  • USA

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About Us

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At Hero Arts, we’ve inspired personal expression for over forty years. All of our stamps are original designs, made with love and care.

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When you stamp with Hero Arts, you are stamping green!

Hero Arts is a Certified Green Business and an award-winning sustainability leader.  We have won awards in our city, county and state (the most prestigious award available).

Here are some of the ways we focus on only the best quality stamping products while reducing our impact on Mother Earth:

At Hero Arts


  • We have eliminated all toxins, chemicals and solvents from our processes over the years.

  • Our manufacturing facility gets 80% of its energy from the sun - from a 68-kW solar array installed in 2004.

  • Of the 2,500 active stamps we currently sell, 95% (approximately 2,400) are made by hand in our very own family-owned, US-based facilities or in the US facilities of our trusted partners.

  • We have set aggressive company-wide goals to further reduce packaging, waste, and energy consumption. We ask all of our suppliers to take a Green Pledge, encouraging them to implement green policies in their own operations.


Stamping Green


  • For our wood stamps that we make, we use only North American honey white maple wood blocks from FSC-certified, sustainably managed forests.

  • For our clear stamps, we use premium American-made photo-polymer, which is non-toxic, biodegradable and phthalate-free. Photo-polymer is specifically designed to conduct ink, unlike other materials used for clear stamps, most of which comes from the medical industry.

  • For our cling and wood stamps that we make, we use only 100% all-natural rubber that comes from sustainably managed forests. Rubber, like maple syrup, is produced from the sap of the tree, and thus the trees are unharmed and can continue their natural process of sequestering carbon.


Exhibitor at the following trade fair

Creativeworld 2016

30.01.2016 - 02.02.2016 Hall: 4.2 Stand: E 46