Whataburger is Showing Off Its Fans in the New Museum of Art
Whataburger screams Texas, and Texans scream Whataburger. We love the place. It is our very own food sanctuary, and nothing can top it. We will defend its name till the end of time.
Showing Fans Love
Whataburger has found a way to showcase some of its fans' love for the delicious and iconic Texas-born fast food. A new Instagram account has been created, and -so far- it features artwork from 16 different artists from across ten different states. Check out all the amazing pieces below.
Artwork Comes in Many Forms
The artwork comes in so many different forms. Some pieces of Whataburger art are highly meticulous, like an oil painting on canvas held in a beautiful gold-rimmed frame. Then you have those in the moment truly inspired artwork like a bright purple octopus painted on the back of a fry container.
Doodles for Days
I know I've doodled on the back of a Whataburger napkin here and there; however, I don't think mine will cut the museum of art. If you have more artistic skills than me, which wouldn't take much, and want to take your shot, Whataburger is currently accepting submissions for their page.
Shoot Yo Shot
If you think you got what it takes, take a picture of your best work and shoot your shot. You can hit up Whataburger and try to get your artwork posted on the official Museum of Art account. All you need to do is put your artwork out there and tag #MOA.
You got all year long to take that shot and try to get your best Whataburger artwork forever posted in the Whataburger Museum of Art! So don't think about it, just do it! Snap some photos of that mustard-stained Whataburger bag and go for it!
Nothing hits home like Whataburger and your most loyal buddy. This is one of the many pieces of art that is in the Whataburger Museum of Art.
Spell It Out
What is easier than spelling it out. Tell the people what you want and what you love. This artist just tells it like it is. Who doesn't love a honey butter biscuit?
Road Trip Vibes
This amazing picture was inspired by a road trip that the artist took to Mesquite, Texas. This old-school-looking Whataburger brings all the nostalgia with it.
This just goes to show that amazing art can be made anywhere. This radical-looking octopus sits right on the back of a french fry container.
Cup Full of Tiles
This particular piece of art is not a painting or hand-drawn. Instead, this artist got a bit hands-on and designed a Whataburger cup made from pieces of tile.
What-A-Painting indeed! This painting is so awesome. It makes me hungry looking at it. The best part of this post is the quote attached. Check it out.
Whataburger Still Life 2.0
That's right, Whataburger Still Life 2.0. Still life, and will remain life 3.0, 4.0, and so on, until the end of time.
This has kawaii vibes all over it. The artist said he knew one day he could use Whataburger packaging for something one day, and he sure did!
Water color Whataburger! The vibes are all here. Looks like our friendly local Whataburger in the Crossroads.
I'd like to imagine a nice thick chocolate shake is inside this Whatacup.
We Love Whataburger
Open 24 hours? Say less. That is what makes Whataburger so magical. Those 2 am egg and cheese biscuits be hittin'.
Nothing is more reliable than this orange and white striped cup. It doesn't matter what you choose to put inside it; the choice is always right.
WhataBurger in the Wild
This whole photo is wild. The tropical vibes are real.