This year has already been a hell of a ride. Remember when we were on the brink of WWIII? That was fun. Now we have never-ending pollution (nothing new, there), COVID-19 and other such fun events edging the world toward total ruin. With doomsday on everyone’s mind, art gallery-slash-bar WTF wants to know how you think we’ll actually go out on our last day. 
From Mar 27-Apr 23, they’ll be hosting Doomsday, an exhibition open to everyone in Bangkok, so that you can showcase your interpretation of the end of the world.
Anyone can submit work, so if you’re feeling especially creative, this is your chance to open up your floodgate of ideas. Photography, design, illustration, drawing: you can craft your visual commentary in your own unique way, using your preferred medium. Send your work via email to, or submit via their Facebook page, between Mar 8-25.
All participating artists are encouraged to attend the closing party on Apr 23. There will be a print swap of all the works that were on display, as well as a lucky draw letting you choose any available work in the show to take home. Note: you will not get to keep your work, but rather you will share it with the other participating artists. 
WTF Gallery and Cafe, 7 Sukhumvit Soi 51, 02-662-6246. Open Tue-Fri 6pm-1am, Sat 6pm-12am