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A Sticker Tour at Wet Paint Artist Supply

photo by Claire Lawton
Stickers done by various artists collage the front counter at Wet Paint in Tempe.
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Wet Paint Artist Supply

in Tempe is a second home to a number of artists, art students, and art fanatics who stop by to ogle at the new spray paint display owner

Jessica Jordan

just built, the shipment of clay that just arrived or even the pet pig who hangs out on the astroturf in the front of the store.

More often than not, there's also someone checking out the layers of stickers done by various artists that completely cover the front counter.

Since the release of our limited edition Jackalope stickers (also designed by local artists), we've become a little obsessed. And yes, we'll admit to making a few visits back to Wet Paint to check out the newest additions. Here are just a few stickers we've spotted over the last few weeks:


photo by Claire Lawton

The artists of the stickers aren't listed, but if you know who designed them, let us know in the comments section!

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