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  1. MOMUS: A Return to Art Criticism

    MOMUS is an online art publication where you’ll find serious and engaging writing on the international art scene, from reviews to longform essays.

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  2. Margaret McCarthy Hunt Art

    On her blog and online portfolio, Margaret posts illustrations, sketches, drawings, and other forms almost daily. She works from her studio on the Savannah River and teaches across the Southeast US.

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  3. Karen Gadient: Paint Slinger in Inner Space

    If your day could use a pop of color, head to Karen Gadient’s website, where the Arizona-based artist displays her abstract, mixed-media work.

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  4. North of the Internet

    North of the Internet is a daily series of conversations with artists and creators about their work, inspiration, and ideas.

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  5. Canadian Art

    Check out site pick, “Canadian Art” — Canada’s most widely-read visual arts magazine.

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  6. artnet News

    At artnet News, follow the latest from the international art market with daily art-world updates, expert commentary, and event reviews.

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  7. The Dark and Gothic Worlds of Fantasy Artist Shaima Islam

    Browse the dark fantasy art of Shaima Islam.

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    "Stroll by the Docks," inspired by the TV series Black Sails. Microns and markers on paper, 6×10″, 2016. All art by Shaima Islam.
  8. Illustrating Streets of the World: The Art of Jeremy Graboyes

    Meet J.S. Graboyes, an illustrator of streets and urban scenes.

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    A street scene in London, England. All illustrations by Jeremy Graboyes.
  9. Want to Get Hired by Your Favorite Rapper? Build a Website.

    Negele “Hospey” Hospedales wanted to be Chance the Rapper’s intern. So he built a website to get noticed.

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  10. Women Who Draw

    Women Who Draw is an open directory of female illustrators, artists, and cartoonists created by two women artists, Julia Rothman and Wendy MacNaughton, in an effort to increase visibility of women, women of color, LBTQ+, trans, and gender non-conforming artists in all fields.

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  11. Draw The Line

    “It turns out that comics can touch the soul like no other art form.” This website brings together over 100 comic artists, each illustrating positive, non-partisan political actions that people can take if they want to make a difference.

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    Art by Graeme McGregor
  12. Giselle Potter | Illustrator

    Giselle Potter is a freelance illustrator for the New Yorker. She’s published four books and has illustrated over 25 others.

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  13. On Art and Aesthetics

    From art and book reviews to thoughtful essays on pop culture, On Art and Aesthetics is a space for the exploration of “creativity and beauty across different media” by blogger and art lover Tulika.

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  14. Munich Artists

    Munich Artists showcases the vibrancy of art found in Munich, Germany, and inspires artists to collaborate and strengthen their artistic practices.

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