The idea is simple: create street art and send it out to the world for free.
Stick Together is a Max Zorn project committed to spreading street art around the world for free. Using hand made art as stickers, the duty to support local street art is placed in the hands of the people. This is an ongoing project committed to providing a limitless amount of art to a global community wanting to get active on the street.
Stick Together: AMSTERDAM, April 6-7, 2013, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, was a successful attempt to bring the project to a higher level. The event brought more than 40 international artists involved in the concept of pushing urban street art, its creators, and the public eye closer together.
Now, Stick Together is currently asking artists to get involved with the project on a worldwide level by helping spread street art for free to its mass of global supporters.
About max zorn tape art
“The idea to work with tape instead of paint was inspired by a friend who worked as an auto engineer who used tape to outline ideas on large boards. Using light as a medium struck during a nightly run through Amsterdam. The old street lamps and their golden hue seemed perfect for an open gallery for a modified tape art design. The installation was very simple. All that’s needed is flexible acrylic glass, brown translucent tape, and a cutter.”
do you live in a great city and know a great spot for a sticker? max zorn hangs art made from brown packing tape on street lamps, but can’t travel as often or as far as he wants. that’s where you come in: get more street art out in cities around the world.
just fill out the form, and with a little luck you’ll get a piece of HAND MADE street art in the mail. you, as a supporter of street art around the world, decide where to stick it. the sticker will be completely free for you.
it’s a lot of work to make these stickers, and not everyone who applies can get one. but the better the spot, the better your chances are. so where would you stick together?
Can i keep my sticker?
Please don’t. This is public art, and we need to keep it that way.
What do the stickers look like?
Check out our gallery for examples of stickers.
Does it cost anything to get a sticker?
No. This is art for the street; there is no charge.
How do i apply for a sticker?
Fill out the form on our “get sticker” page. that’s it.
What are my chances of getting a sticker?
Stick Together prefers cities that don’t have any of our stickers up yet, but if you have a cool spot, that takes priority.
Do you use the same motif several times?
Stick Together uses images more than once, but each piece is always handmade and never exactly like the other.
And finally, Stick Together is not responsible for how people choose to use their stickers.