What We’re Looking For: We welcome art of all kinds, however, we crave high quality imagery.
If you are creating imagery with a digital camera, please submit work at 400 DPI or higher.
If your submission is just for an online review, a JPEG or PNG of your work is fine.
Do not send us any other funky files with funky file extensions. It will be discarded and you will be asked to resubmit your work.
When sending files, we encourage you to use file sharing sites like WeTransfer or our personal FTP.
If your work is selected, you will gain access to our FTP site(s).
If you are creating imagery with a camera that takes rolls of film to use and develop, we ask that you scan your images at 400 DPI or higher.
Same details apply from above.
You will be obligated to fill out forms, sign and scan and send back to us via email or postal mail before your work is published online or in print.
If you are submitting a video file or any other multimedia project, it will be uploaded and published to our ‘Video’ portion of the website.
We prefer high resolution and well-executed music videos, films, short films, documentaries, etc.
We would also like to premiere your films on our website, if it fits the theme or what we are doing in our next issue or it falls within the lines of our quaint tastes.
Videos we have premiered in the past.
If you are submitting a video file containing adult content or adult language, it will be uploaded and published to either our ‘Sexpertise’ portion of the website or it will be marked with a disclaimer.
If you are an artist that falls under the lines of contemporary or multidimensional works that you cannot take high quality images of, there are a few options for us to get to your work.
Email us and explain your situation.
We would prefer if your work is original and that you can proof that the work you have submitted is yours.
If for any reason we find out otherwise, you will be contacted and / or your post will be taken down and you will be banned from showing any other work in the future to our sites.
It takes a lot of time, planning and dedication to create art work.
Do not steal from people or take credit for something you did not create.
If you are inspired or influenced by someone or you are submitting on behalf of someone else, let it be known.
In most cases, if you submit original work to us and we decide to publish it, you cannot shop or submit said content to other sites.
It defeats the purpose.
If a publication wants to feature you and plans to use it as reference, contact us and let us know.
You will need to give your full name, pseudonym if you have one, the title of work, a summary about your work and what inspired it, information about you and your practice.
Your summarization should be at least 200 words or three 5-sentence paragraphs.
Kindly send all of your submissions to submit at grungecake.com