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Wheatpaste Art Collective

Wall Art for Teens

  • Wheatpaste iPhone Sticker Packs Are Here!

    Can’t get enough Wheatpaste? Well, we have just the thing to make your day a little bit cheerier!

    Art lovers everywhere can now decorate texts with our brand new Wheatpaste Stickers. Available free (yay!) via the App Store on iPhone, the Wheatpaste app allows you to browse through a library of our cutest and coolest art images and send them through iMessage.

    You’ll find the perfect sticker for any occasion – whether it’s a birthday, holiday, or just because! We’ve taken the time to adapt over forty popular artworks from a few of your favorite artists, such as Eli Halpin, Heather Gauthier, Cathy Walters, and much more, to fit your unique messages. Art no longer has to live solely on your walls – spread your artistic side to your friends, family, and everyone in between with our creative Wheatpaste sticker pack.

    At Wheatpaste, we are an ever-evolving company that believes art can enlighten every aspect of everyday life. These delightful stickers were created with the help of experienced developers from THINKware, a leader in the tech industry that executes digital content for major corporations. We are proud to bring a touch of artistic flair to your mobile conversations and make each interaction more memorable than the last!

  • Introducing Art-Print Tea Towels

    Tea for Two and Tea Towels for You!

    The holidays are here, and that means a few of our favorite things happen all at once: gift-giving, entertaining, and time spent in the kitchen making our favorite treats. We are thrilled to introduce our new decorative tea towels, the artistic way to bring all of our favorite holiday elements together!

    Tea Towels for Gift-Giving

    Looking for an eclectic and unexpected gift for Mom? How about a gift for foodies: those friends or family members who love spending time trying new recipes and cuisines? Our art tea towels feature the artwork of some of our top-selling artists, and they are 100% cotton and machine washable. So Moms and foodies can use them and display them: they're hard-working art for the kitchen. A gift-giving tip: wrap an art-print tea towel around a bottle of wine for an unusual and creative hostess gift!

    Tea Towels for Entertaining

    Some of our favorite ways to use tea towels in entertaining:

    Wrap up a teapot to keep it warm: the artistic print on the cozy towel adds an eclectic touch to teatime. It's an artistic tea cozy!

    Line a serving tray or serving basket: add a bright and cheerful touch to the tabletop or sideboard next time you set out a bowl of pretzels or chips. A tea towel elevates your party by adding a pop of color to simple snack bowls.

    Keep bread warm: rolls are ready but the turkey's not? No problem. Drape a bright, art-print tea towel over the bread to trap some of the heat until you're ready to serve. Or use the tea towel to line a bread basket and flip the corners over the rolls to keep them warmer longer on the table.

    Use as napkins: our tea towels are larger than average napkins, and brighter and more fun, too! Each guest will be delighted to see a high-quality art print waiting at his or her place at the table. Imagine how special and cheerful the table will look with an artistic tea towel at each place. (And, since they're absorbent and machine-washable, guests won't feel shy about putting them to use!)

    Tea Towels for the Kitchen

    These vivid and thirsty towels will make you smile every time you use them. It's a gift for the kitchen and a gift for yourself: even washing dishes is more fun when you're using a unique kitchen towel to do the drying. And when you're finished, drape these tea towels over the oven-door handle for instant kitchen art.

    Come Check them Out

    Browse our collection of decorative tea towels here. We know you'll love them as much as we do!

  • Meet Alison Junda

    Meet Alison Junda

    Alison Junda always assumed that galleries were the best way for artists to sell their work. In fact, a local gallery is where Alison got her start. But the internet has opened new venues for artists, and it’s a change that has served Alison’s career well.
    “Growing up, I always just assumed that artists sold paintings through galleries and that was the only outlet, the only way to get your things out there,” she says. “But now it’s totally different, with online selling and websites. That’s been a huge game-changer.”
    Alison lives with her family in New Jersey. Four local galleries carry her work, she says, and three of those four found her via social media. She’s a full-time artist, which is not something she initially thought she’d be able to be. “I’ve always painted,” she says. “I took a lot of art in high school, like senior-study-type classes. I always kind of wanted to pursue art but wasn’t sure if that was the best career choice for me. I wasn’t sure if I was going to make it as an artist.” And so she majored in interior design, which seemed to be a better career move, she explains. But with the advent of social media, “I’ve been able to connect with people locally and throughout the country.”
    Alison’s artwork is heavily influenced by her surroundings. She grew up in Maryland by the bay and spent summers in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, “so I really fell for the ocean by going down there every summer. I’ve always been inspired by--and loved--coastal landscapes.” These landscapes are right in her backyard, practically, so she brings images back to her studio. “I don’t usually do [outdoor] painting,” she clarifies. “It’s a lot to bring everything with me. I’m more comfortable painting at home. I go to the beach and take photos there. I sometimes work directly from a picture. But sometimes it’s an inspiration and I change things here and there, especially colors. There’s a neat blend of taking a photo and editing it, either via the computer or in my head, and pulling in different colors.”
    Alison, who works in acrylics, has recently added trucks and bikes to her subject matter. This is thanks to the first gallery in which her work was sold. “There’s a really cool nautical and vintage coastal inspiration for everything they sell,” Alison says. “They’ve been really good about inspiring me and suggesting things. The surf trucks and the bikes came out of inspiration from that store. I’ve always loved vintage trucks and jeeps. I thought maybe I’ll see how this goes, and they were really popular. I had a jeep wrangler for many years before I had kids and I loved it. I loved driving around in the summer. You see it a lot around here,” so the inspiration just keeps on coming.
    As for future inspiration, Alison does have some ideas, but she’s sticking to what she loves best. “I’ve thought about doing more landscapes in addition to seascapes,” she reports. “But other than that I really like what I’m doing now. I really like painting oceans, landscapes, boats, bikes, and cars, and if I stay in that area there’s plenty of variety.”

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