"Art" Blogs & Blog Posts

Something (a little something to say, see and savor)Something (a little something to say, see and savor)

This is my spot in the universe to bookmark everything I find interesting, ...

 
pic journalpic journal

Digital photo adventures in the Greater New Orleans area and beyond through...

 
Voyages Around My CameraVoyages Around My Camera

Photography as the common link between my varied interests. From history to...

 
papernstitchpapernstitch

Papernstitch is a blog focused on design and style, that features artists, ...

 
The Art of ArtThe Art of Art

The Fine Art of Fanny and Anthony Christian

 
Melody's doodlesMelody's doodles

The ramblings of an artist, mother of four sons, urban chicken rancher, and...

 
Textile Arts Resource GuideTextile Arts Resource Guide

The purpose of this blog is to identify and provide access to a wide range ...

 


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Raoul Pop posted a photo: Piazza di San Marco, Venice, Italy.

Move over, dogsCats are man's new best friend. In his series Men and Cats, photographer David Williams captures the bond between the two companions, using his male, cat-loving friends as subjects. Williams hopes to help destroy the stereotype of cats...

Ryder Ripps, the 28-year-old conceptual artist, has created a site-specific Internet-related exhibition, “Alone Together,” for Red Bull Studios New York.

English: Statue of Eric Morecambe in Morecambe, Lancashire, England (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Tom Chesters of Bay Framing, who will frame important new portrait of Eric Morecambe. FAMILY COMES FULL CIRCLE FOR ERIC MORECAMBE PICTURE FRAMER &n...

The graffiti artist Banksy posted a two-minute movie on his website this week, with short clips of Palestinian citizens standing amid rubble and what appear to be armed Israeli soldiers.

The exhibition, “Aldus Manutius: A Legacy More Lasting Than Bronze,” includes nearly 150 Aldines, or books from the press that Aldus founded in Venice in 1494.

These pictures are not animations or complex drawings. Self-taught photographer and retoucher Erik Johansson explains on his website that "he doesn't capture moments, he captures ideas." And well, some of his ideas are pretty weird. The Berlin-based...