For too long art history has been held hostage by scholars speaking to scholars and not to people. The purpose of this site is to educate and to inform and to do so with respect to the intelligence of the readers. Designed as a site for serious students of art history in need of solid substantive material, Art History Unstuffed is written for Twenty-First-century learners who prefer reading “text-bytes” and “sound-bytes” of targeted information. Written by a published scholar who has researched and consolidated both well-respected classical sources and vetted the latest research, this site creates a middle ground between arcane scholarly jargon and informed discourse and presents a detailed account of Modern, Postmodern, Philosophy and Theory that is accessible to all readers interested in the history of the modern and contemporary periods.
After releasing 35 printed issues, B/D shifted it’s attention full time to its rapidly growing blog; beautifuldecay.com is now home to the same exciting content that made Beautiful/Decay a widely loved and revered creative bible. As B/D’s 20 year anniversary approaches, its coverage of ground breaking art and design reaches a global audience of millions every month, and is an inspirational resource for artists, art collectors, and creative taste makers from all walks of life.
Launched in 2010, Colossal is a Webby-nominated blog that explores art and other aspects of visual culture. Colossal won the Utne Media Award for Arts Coverage in 2013. Each week you’ll find 15-25 posts on photography, design, animation, painting, installation art, architecture, drawing, and street art. Colossal is also a great place to learn about the intersection of art and science as well as the beauty of the natural world. There are frequently posts about things far out in left field, but generally Colossal is a reminder that in the digital age there are still countless people making incredible work with their bare hands.
Creators is VICE's arts and culture platform, covering every aspect of the creative process. Its mission is to make art more accessible to a wider audience with diverse voices reporting on emergent arts and artists. From sculpture and light projections to street art and dance, we immerse ourselves in cultural hotbeds and travel to the far corners of the globe to explore the spectacle and color of making art today.
Culture Type features a compelling mix of book and exhibition reviews, art news, and Culture Talks—exclusive interviews with artists and conversations with innovative figures in the art world about the intersection of art and culture. Special reports include an annual list of the Best Black Art Books and the Year in Black Art.
Design Milk is an online magazine dedicated to modern design, Design Milk offers what’s new in art, architecture, interior design, furniture and decor, fashion and technology. Always fresh + never sour, Design Milk fills your thirsty cup to the brim with design finds from around the world. Drink up!
FieldTrip is an online arts forum created by a coalition of college students based in Cincinnati, Ohio. We are documenting and responding to art events, exhibitions, and contemporary issues that speak to our geography, interests, and practices. As a group we are establishing an online forum for students to explore and expand their individual voices in writing and critical thinking about the arts and issues of the contemporary world. FieldTrip aspires to offer new and needed perspectives on the arts in our city, and the issues of our time.
NOWNESS is a movement for creative excellence in storytelling celebrating the extraordinary of every day. Launched in 2010, NOWNESS’ unique programming strategy has established it as the go to source of inspiration and influence across art, design, fashion, beauty, music, food, and travel. Our curatorial expertise and award-winning approach to storytelling is unparalleled. We work with exceptional talent, and both established and emerging filmmakers which connect our audience to emotional and sensorial stories designed to provoke inspiration and debate.
StreetArtNews is the definitive guide to the Street Art World.
StreetArtNews was founded in 2009 when Founder & Editor-in-Chief Rom Levy announced his plans for starting a publication devoted to Urban Art that would cater to what he called “Art Geeks”.
In the ensuing years, with formidable contributions by a unique editorial staff, StreetArtNews became a trusted source for Art news, exhibitions analysis and reviews, lifestyle and nearly everything else found in between layers of paint.
WE AND THE COLOR is a web magazine for your daily art and design inspiration. We feature outstanding projects of various creative fields. In addition, you can find trendy graphics, templates, and fonts for download.