Sign in / Sign up
Handpicked by Medium Staff
Feast your retinas.
Reflections on leaving the Lab
How two years at the MIT Media Lab changed a student’s perspective of her art in the world
MIT Media Lab
A word of advice, artists
Dear countless ArtPrize artists, there are a few things I wish you’d do differently. First of all, I want you to do good work. But let’s…
In Defence of The Emperor’s New Clothes
The emperor’s nudity was the greatest work of modern art.
Overheard: A Conversation Between Two Art Enthusiasts
“So what does this one look like, to you?”
In case you missed it
A Growing Community of Very Colorful Characters
Im working on a poster of these lovable vector characters. This is partly for illustration work promotion as well as a submission to the…
The Art of Building Skateparks
Evergreen Skateparks: Bringing skaters, artists and communities together. With owners, Billy & Catherine Coulon
The tattoo industry is basically vomiting and ego stroking.
Atlanta’s Denim Artist
Jim is an artist. The first time I spoke with him was in the Edgewood, a permanent supportive housing program for HIV-positive homeless…
This groundbreaking feminist artist’s work looked to ‘demystify the female genital experience’
The audience at Carolee Schneeman’s 1975 performance would not forget her work
Nina Renata Aron
Nine things we learned from a farmer at TEDGlobal 2017
by Rachel Kropa
Why Agnes Martin is my favorite artist — and probably always will be.
I attended a retrospective of the American artist Agnes Martin’s work at Tate Modern in 2015, having never previously heard of her.
Andy Warhol and Beyond: Inspirations from the High Museum of Art
September 8, 2017:
Dive deeper with these tags
Computers and the Internet have vastly expanded the human capacity to generate, process, and communicate information. At the same time…
Medium members only
Evolution Of A Cartoon
On not being funny: a video
Skid Row’s Room To Create
A safe space for the most vulnerable artists and musicians.
Yayoi Kusama, mental illness and embracing weirdness
Is some sort of extreme isolation necessary to connect deeply?
Blood Jars & Magic: A Short Guide to Menstrual Art
Shauna Osborn tells us about the subculture of making art from menstrual blood.
The Tumultuous Life of Richard Gerstl
The “Austrian van Gogh” you’ve probably never heard of.
Let’s talk about anti-design.
So, Taylor Swift’s artwork for her new album Reputation is out. What is the most striking about the artwork is how it strives to replicate…
This is what 500 years of graphic design in print looks like
A new book from Phaidon chronicles the history of printed imagery
Graffiti Politics: On Street Art, Space, and Public Democracy
The cultural theorist Stuart Hall spent much of his working life focused on the politics of popular culture. As a lyrical New Yorker piece…
A quick beginner’s guide to drawing
6 drawing exercises to get you started right now!
A collection of cartoons inspired by the first seven months of the Trump administration.
Through The Leaking Glass
A collection of reality twisting drawings from Zimbabwean artist Hilary Moyo
The Kalahari Review
Why We’ll Miss MS Paint (But Not Too Much)
Earlier this week, an engineer somewhere deep in the bowels of the Microsoft Borg anonymously uploaded a set of release notes that he…