We’re thrilled to announce the open call for submissions for Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue: An International Wheatpaste Art Show presented by Tattooed Mom & Doomed Future happening on June 14, 2024 in Philadelphia.
We love the vibrant community of wheatpaste artists that meet, exchange ideas, and leave behind tokens of their amazing art here at Tattooed Mom. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue celebrates that community and reaches out to artists all over the world to show their best paste up art in our first ever wheatpaste show.
Wheatpaste by Robots Will Kill x Gloopy Goblin
All are welcome to contribute to the show. First time artists will be shown side by side with seasoned icons of the street art world. Here’s a few submission details:
• All work must not exceed 36″ x 48” – but work of any size less than the maximum dimensions are welcome.
• Work made of multiple smaller sheets must be pre-assembled into a whole single piece (larger pieces can be folded or rolled for transit).
• We’d like to be able to display ALL the work submitted so please limit your submission to a maximum of 5 of your very best pieces.
• Please include an artist credit ( @ instagram handle or artist name ) with your work. The credit does not need to appear directly on the work but should be included with the submission package unless you want to submit and show your work anonymously.
Deadline for submissions is June 1, 2024
Please drop off your wheatpaste art in person at:
530 South Street in Philadelphia
Or mail your submission to:
Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
614 S. 4th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Wheatpaste by Void Skulls
The wheatpastes will be displayed in a show at Tattooed Mom on Friday, June 14th from 5pm – 2am. All wheatpastes will be collaged onto the walls of the 2nd floor of Tattooed Mom by a crew of local paste up artists. The more submissions, the more the walls get pasted. Stay tuned for more show details and rad surprises.
We hope you will share your wheatpaste art with us and the world through Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue, and we hope you will spread the word about the show to your fellow artists, friends, and family. The creative exchange and collaboration of this show is at the very heart of what we love to do most here at Mom’s.