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  1. CFile Daily

    Creators, collectors, and educators from the worldwide ceramics community congregate at CFile Daily, a leading space for news, resources, and stories about the thriving art form.

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  2. Kelsey Montague Art

    Explore mural artist Kelsey Montague’s work, stay up-to-date on her latest projects, and shop for prints on her Anything Is Possible-featured website. 

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  3. Kruttika Susarla

    Kruttika Susarla is an illustrator, comic maker, and graphic designer based in New Delhi. She explores themes of gender, sexuality, and observations on the status quo. Her clean, minimal online portfolio showcases her comics and editorial work.

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  4. Hyperallergic

    At Hyperallergic, you’ll find serious, playful, and radical thinking about art in the world today.

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  5. Getting ready…

    Maxine Dodd celebrates the return of the cycling season in the United Kingdom with her flowing watercolor paintings.

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    By Maxine Dodd
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    By Nicholas Friesen
  7. The Offing

    The Offing is a literary magazine that publishes writing in all genres and art in all forms. It actively seeks out work that experiments and provokes, and supports emerging writers and those who are marginalized in literary spaces.

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  8. Looky There

    Sherry Meidel’s watercolor painting, “Looky There” was accepted into the National Watercolor Society’s Membership Show in San Pedro, California.

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    By Sherry Meidel
  9. Marginalia

    Read “Marginalia,” creative nonfiction by Naomi Washer in 76 small parts: “7. The stories we tell ourselves when we are very young cannot be undone.”

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  10. Street Art in Silves

    Photographer Jo takes on us on a photowalk of Silves, Portugal, to see delightfully decorated electrical cable boxes.

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    Photo by Jo
  11. Celebrating Diversity, Form, and Voice: National Poetry Month

    Because we can never get enough poetry.

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    Visual Poem by Katy Telling via Soft Cartel.
  12. Continuous Line and Wire Drawings

    Karl Jeffery’s beautiful drawing “Five Dancing Ladies” was created with a single, continuous line.

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    By Karl Jeffery
  13. How to judge your work

    Danny Gregory reminds us that evaluating our creative efforts requires distance. “The time to judge your work is after the clang of battle has died down, the dust of hooves has settled. Only then can you see what you have done. And if it is good.”

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    Comic by Ray Hecht
  15. L.A. Taco

    The people behind L.A. Taco are obsessed with Los Angeles. The indie publication was founded in 2006, mostly to document tacos and street art. The site now covers the Los Angeles food scene, music, galleries, festivals, and more.

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