In collaboration with hundreds of sticker artists around the world, our ambition is to create the biggest sticker exhibition in Europe. How? By utilizing the biggest canvas available: a city bus! However, there's an issue – we can't do it without you. The exhibit is halfway complete, but we need your help to finish it. Once the exhibit is complete, it will be on display while on its daily route, picking up commuters in Tartu throughout 2024.

Why stickers?

Because we simply loooove them. Sticker is one of the tiniest street art forms and it rarely gets the attention it deserves by festivals. Every sticker can be a unique artwork with its own message, visual and a printing technique. With this exhibition we want to show the size of the worldwide sticker art movement and emphasize the worth of a sticker as an artform.

In 2018 we created the SLÄP! - a moving exhibition on wheels showcasing sticker art inside and outside. The prototype truck was bought without a working engine, so towing the exhibition to its opening event and back cost us more than the machine itself. Next year we got a beautiful red Ford Transit van to stickerbomb and most importantly - it could drive from one place to another without a tow truck. And we used this feature a lot - SLÄP! sticker van made it to 40 different art and music festivals in Estonia and nearby countries. It even made it to Berlin, which was our dream for a long time.

Be part of the exhibition - share your stickers!

This is a project done in collaboration with over 1000 artists. If you are an artist and do stickers, please send us a collection of your works to be part of this exhibition. As sticker trading is such an important (and fun) part of sticker culture,  we also send sticker packs back. Everyone who sends us at least 20 stickers, will also receive a trade pack back with stickers from other artists and our partners.

Post office box 95
Ringtee post office
Võru 167

1/4 of the stickers sent will be sent back as trade packs to all the participants
1/4 of the stickers sent will be sold to support the exhibition
2/4 of the stickers sent will be slapped on the city bus

Photos: Maria Kilk