2018-11-15 20:00:00.000000Z - 2019-01-12 07:59:00.000000Z
Submit your work to be featured in Truth Bombs, a revolutionary new book of stickers, to be published by Carpet Bombing Culture and distributed globally in 2019.
"Calling all artists, illustrators, pop-culture pirates and graphic agitators. We need you to spread the word, shoot down bullshit and blow up stereotypes."
Submit your work for the opportunity to be 1 of only 50 artists in Truth Bombs.
All styles welcome, all media accepted. Anything inspired by any of the following themes: Love, Culture, Change, Revolution, Peace, Lies, Truth, Shift, Advance, Compassion, Rebellion, Equality, War, Transformation, Protest, Cooperation, Individuality, Freedom, Justice, Subversion, Protest.
"We believe in the power of art to influence culture. To make the world better. Or to break apart the bits that aren’t working properly. We have the book. The global distribution. And an uncontrollable urge to stick it to the man. Now we need an army of artists to help us fill the blank pages. We need you!"
For more information click here.
How to Enter:
Click the SUBMIT button above.
(1) Images of your work that respond to the themes
(2) Your name and location (these will not be made public without consent)
(3) Link to portfolio
Only complete submissions will be approved.
• Be 1 of only 50 international artists included in the book
• Your work turned into stickers
• Your work seen by people around the world
• PR opportunities associated with being published
• Free copy of book
Submissions will be reviewed by the Carpet Bombing Culture curatorial teams and announced on the Artist Invite. We're excited to see your work and get you more exposure and opportunities.
A qualified submission is one which meets all the creative brief, Terms & Conditions and Official Rules.
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