The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition

The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition

WHEN
22 – 30 January 2021
VENUE
Online
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
http://www.eyeyah.com

The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition

The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition curates a collection of digital stickers from professional artists, inspiring and educating the public to create, and showcasing these creations in high-profile, high-reach outdoor and on-air screenings. 

30 professional and emerging digital artists will design a collection of digital stickers to subvert the everyday, making the world around us crazy and fun. Participating artists are a combination of international creators such as Marty Cooper (@hombre_mcsteez) and Jon Burgerman (@jonburgerman) alongside Singapore creators such as Anngee Neo (@illobyanngee). 

Think slime, holes, eyes, characters, flashing lights, magic, words, hanging, swinging, crawling, sleeping, buzzing and mysterious things - small touches that will make a photo funny or unusual... Brighten the everyday by placing one or more of these stickers onto your own videos or photos, or breathe life into the banal and bring a special bit of weirdness into the world.

Multiple artists, The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition Poster, 2020.
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