Art Filter
  1. Rendered Impressions: The Art of Catherine Martzloff

    Catherine has loved painting her entire life and is now an established artist who uses her WordPress.com site as a fundamental part of her business.

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    "Summertime Marina"
  2. Documenting a Chaotic Mind: The Art of Gareth Jones

    British artist Gareth Jones has spent the last few weeks putting together Gaz Jones Art. In this interview, Gareth explores the impact of getting his art online, and how his work has helped with his mental health.

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    'When A Hero Comes Along.' Oil, Acrylic and Bubble Gum on Canvas. 2018. Gareth Jones
  3. Cut From the Same Cloth

    “For all I say I’m envious of my daughter’s freedoms, perhaps the older woman has more leeway, more agency.” Artist Myfanwy Tristram was irritated by her teenage daughter’s extreme fashions — until she took an illustrated journey into their origins.

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  4. Home Is a Mug of Coffee

    “Just like the countless options on my office’s hot drinks machine, I fell in love with a fresh sense of possibility — that there was more than one way to live my life.” In this illustrated longread, Candace Rose Rardon reflects on coffee, life, and finding herself, no matter where she is in the world.

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  5. AIGA Eye on Design

    AIGA Eye on Design — an online publication of AIGA, the professional association for design — showcases the best new work from the world’s “most exciting emerging and established designers.”

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  6. Unleashed in Paris

    As a semi-professional dog walker in Paris, artist and expat Kate Gavino has found a comfortable way to learn French.

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  7. Public Books

    At Public Books, academics, public scholars, critics, and activists alike come together to “make the life of the mind a public good.” Uniting the “best of the university with the openness of the internet,” the digital magazine focuses on art, ideas, and politics.

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    Photo by Plush Design Studio from Pexels
  8. thisisFINLAND

    Learn all the “things you should and shouldn’t know” at thisisFINLAND. Explore travel and business opportunities, arts and culture, and read breaking news in Finland.

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  9. SFMOMA

    One of the largest museums of modern and contemporary art in the US, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art houses work by many celebrated artists from around the world, including Frida Kahlo and Andy Warhol. Plan your visit to SFMOMA on its official website.

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    Image via SFMOMA.org
  10. Simon’s Cat

    Simon’s Cat is the adorable, mischievous cat of British animator and illustrator Simon Tofield. On his official website, you’ll find his blog, films, and information about projects and merchandise, like books, games, and comic strips.

    Animals
  11. BmoreArt

    Baltimore, Maryland, is a city brimming with art, culture, and history. Since 2007, the BmoreArt team has been curating and highlighting the best events and happenings around the region to the benefit of locals, visitors, and armchair travelers alike.

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  12. StreetArt360

    Founded in 2015 by Laurent Jacquet, StreetArt360 is an online magazine dedicated to street art, urban art, graffiti, and urban culture from around the world.

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  13. Maxim Shkret

    From pigs and pandas to humans and horses, Maxim Shkret is a digital artist who brings their creations to life as three-dimensional sculptures.

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  14. Think.Make.Share.

    The blog from the creative studios at Hallmark — the well-known greeting card company — shares DIY and craft ideas for parties, events, holidays, and more.

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  15. Alexa Meade Art

    Artist Alexa Meade creates the illusion of a world where 2D and 3D are one. Using the body as a canvas, her work is unique in that “she literally paints human beings, turning them into living, breathing portraits.”

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