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  1. House of Mysticum
    Atlanta Surrealist Group. 🇺🇸 More info

    Collective Street Art
    The post Collective Street Art first appeared on Atlanta Surrealist Group.The post Collective Street Art appeared first on Atlanta Surrealist Group.
    By sjcline87, 24 words
  2. James Russell
    I write in a personal, entertaining way about 20th century British artists, including Ravilious & Paul Nash, & about the places that inspired them. 🇬🇧 More info

    Tirzah Garwood, Hornet and Wild Rose, 1950 (Towner)Another lengthy silence and another valid excuse... I've been hard at work putting together the first major museum exhibition devoted to the art of Tirzah Garwood (1908-51) since …
    By James Russell, 312 words
  3. Jonathan Griffin
    Criticism and essays on art and culture. 🇺🇸 More info

    Jessie Homer French
    On a sunny autumn morning, in Jessie Homer French’s garage-studio, up several miles of mountain switchbacks from Palm Desert, Calif., a dozen canvases are propped on shelves in various stages of completion. Most are landscapes. …
    By Jonathan Griffin, 59 words
  4. Kansas City Painter Michael Schliefke
    Displays the work of Kansas City Painter Michael Schliefke, paintings, drawings, art events and art classes. 🇺🇸 More info

    Jan ’24 Studio Update
    The post Jan ’24 Studio Update appeared first on Schliefkevision - Paintings & Art Classes. It’s back to the grind with a new year on the calendar. Lots of projects are making my days overloaded …
    By Michael Schliefke, 90 words
  5. Lines and Colors
    Blog on painting, drawing, sketching, illustration, comics and other visual art. By Charley Parker. 🇺🇸 More info

    Marc Dalessio (update 2024)
    Marc Dalessio is a contemporary American painter whose work I have followed with interest for a number of years. I first wrote about him in 2009, and again in 2014. I’m long overdue to feature …
    By cparker, 132 words
    krad is an animation-influenced leather artist located in the South as a sr. design manager to a brand you've heard of. 🇺🇸 More info

    2024-04-16 16:56
    one of the reasons why i think i janked my wrist so badly back in february is because i was trying out some new brushes at the same time i was inadvertently stressing it out …
    By kradeelav, 183 words
  7. Lucas da Silva - Blog
    Just my random thoughts and other random things that you may or may not find interesting. :). More info

    Yesterweek #09
    PleinAirpril no more. I got a cold this past week and that affected me way more than I thought it would. I ended up missing PleinAirpril and for this week I only managed to paint …
    By Lucas da Silva, 159 words
  8. Peter Nencini
    Making-looking-thinking. 🇬🇧 More info

    Susan, Sonia
    Susan Bosence. "STRIPE and SPOT. (a) Combination of double wax resist twice brush dyed in Soledon blue and brown. Wax removed and paste resisted then brush dyed in dark blue on calico. (b) Wax resist …
    By Peter Nencini, 441 words
  9. The Public Domain Review
    Online journal and not-for-profit project dedicated to the exploration of curious and compelling works from the history of art, literature, and ideas. 🇬🇧 More info

    Pseudo-Boccaccio, Yiddish Pulp Fiction, and the Man Who Ripped Off Joyce
    In 1927, a pair of lurid “translations” appeared in English, marketed as authentic tales by Giovanni Boccaccio and illustrated with supposedly new works by Aubrey Beardsley. Jonah Lubin and Maria Laurids Lazzarotti search for the …
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  10. Sean Bonner
    changing the world, one pixel at a time. 🇨🇦 More info

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    (Crypto)Punks, Clubs, and Finding Belonging in Unlikely Places
    Once upon a time on Twitter: I was on the road and groggy with cold meds when this conversation happened, so I told my friend Rushkoff I’d get back to him when I was home …
    By Sean Bonner, 2,614 words
  11. SOCKS
    An online magazine of Art, Architecture, Media, Culture, Sounds, Territories, Technology. By Mariabruna Fabrizi, Fosco Lucarelli. 🇫🇷 More info

    “I called them Ghosts”. Visual Poems and Sequences by George Wylesol
    George Wylesol is a Baltimore-based artist who primarily produces illustrations and comic-like sequences of drawings, often accompanied by written text in the form of short poems. His works blend mundane objects and settings with surreal …
    By Mariabruna Fabrizi, 184 words
  12. some LANDSCAPES
    Landscape in art, music, literature, film and other art forms. By Andrew Ray. 🇬🇧 More info

    The Fountain of Arethusa
    There is sweet music in that pine tree's whisper...- Theocritus, Idyll 1, trans. Anthony VerityLast week I was in Syracuse, the home of Theocritus and, by extension, pastoral poetry. The first of his Idylls begins …
    By Plinius, 540 words
  13. [this is aaronland] listening past the delivery
    By Aaron Straup Cope. 🇺🇸 More info

    Wishful Thinking
    Wishful Thinking Postcard: Finnair, Sud Aviation Caravelle 1970s Gift of Thomas G. Dragges Collection of SFO Museum 2015.166.0701 I spoke at the 2023 Museum Computer Network conference, in Philadelphia, last week and presented a talk …
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  14. v21 | Blog
    v buckenham | artist / curator / game designer / creative technologist / etc | based in London, UK. 🇬🇧 More info

    Downpour is out!
    Today, Downpour comes out! In case you don’t know, Downpour is the game creation tool I have been working on for the past few years. I started it after I left Niantic in October 2022, …
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  15. We Make Money Not Art
    By Régine Debatty. More info

    KIP. A theatre performance for chickens
    Who says that only humans can enjoy art? How about other animals? Chickens, for example. Would they appreciate a theatre performance designed specifically for them? Anne Hofstra, KIP, 2023 Artist Anne Hofstra believes that anthropocentrism …
    By Regine, 3,023 words
  16. The White Pube | blog
    The collaborative identity of Gabrielle de la Puente and Zarina Muhammad under which we write about art, video games, books, food, life, the weather, whatever’s in our heart. By Gabrielle de la Puente, Zarina Muhammad. 🇬🇧 More info

    WHAT I SAW LAST WEEK: 15th April
    hello & welcome back to ✨WHAT I SAW LAST WEEK!✨ – my culture diary so i can remember what i’ve fuckin looked at on a week by week basis. straight into it »> tice cin …
    2,290 words