The World's Fair Tattoo "Little Art Gallery" project is an innovative initiative conceived by Pon, inspired by the success of "little libraries" in the neighborhood. The primary objective of this project is to create a platform for the vibrant art community of Astoria to share, showcase, and exchange their artwork. Recognizing that some artists prefer anonymity, others may be socially reserved, and some may lack the knowledge of how to share their work, this project aims to address these challenges. It will provide an opportunity for artists to distribute their art to peers, collectors, and the wider community, while simultaneously expanding their personal brand. This project is not just about sharing art, but also about fostering a sense of community, encouraging artistic expression, and promoting the local art scene in Astoria.
The Little Art Project functions as a unique, open-air gallery where artists can deposit their work for others to discover and appreciate. The project operates on a simple principle: if it fits in the box, it's available for anyone to take and enjoy. Artists are encouraged to share their work, with the understanding that anything left in the box may be taken and won't be returned.
We kindly request that artists refrain from leaving anything offensive in the box, as we aim to create an inclusive and family-friendly environment. While art is a boundless form of expression, we ask for respect towards all potential viewers, including families who may visit to enjoy the experience.
World's Fair Tattoo is committed to ensuring that the box is never empty. We pledge to release free prints on a weekly to bi-weekly basis, ensuring a constant flow of new art for the community to enjoy.
We also encourage visitors to be considerate of others. Please only take what you need and leave something for others to enjoy. This project is about sharing and appreciating art, and we want everyone to have a chance to participate in this unique experience.
The "Little Art Gallery" is an open platform for artists to share their work with the community. All forms of art that can fit into the box are eligible for inclusion. This includes but is not limited to paintings, drawings, prints, 3d prints, pins, small sculptures, ceramics, jewelry, and other handcrafted items.
However, we kindly request that artists refrain from depositing any items that may be deemed offensive, inappropriate, or potentially harmful. We aim to maintain a family-friendly environment and ask that all contributions respect this ethos.
World’s Fair Tattoo is not liable for any artwork left in the "Little Art Gallery" box. Once the artwork is deposited, it becomes public property and we cannot guarantee its safety or return. While we strive to monitor the box regularly, we are not responsible for any content that individuals may find offensive. Art is subjective and interpretations can vary widely.
We make every effort to ensure that items left in the box do not pose a risk of bodily harm. However, World’s Fair Tattoo is not responsible for any injuries or damages that may occur during the process of interacting with or enjoying the "Little Art Gallery".
Please be aware that by participating in this project, you are accepting these terms and conditions. We encourage all participants to exercise caution and respect for others when interacting with the "Little Art Gallery".
Additionally, World’s Fair Tattoo reserves the right to remove any content from the box that we deem inappropriate or offensive. We also reserve the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice. Your continued participation in the project following any such changes constitutes your acceptance of the new terms and conditions.
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