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This post is part of EmptyEasel’s "spread the holiday cheer" experiment where we’ve simply invited everyone to share their three favorite artists or art websites.

First up is Keith Perkins, who wrote:

"It was hard to pick just three favorite websites, but here are the ones that I really can’t do without (aside from EmptyEasel).

1. Skull-A-Day SkullADay.blogspot.com

Why? Just because it’s so much fun, and varied. Started off as a one man project, and turned into a showcase for everything skull.

2. Wooster Collective www.WoosterCollective.com

For everything graffiti, and street art, very cool stuff.

3. Lines and Colors www.LinesAndColors.com

Lines and Colors finds interesting artists and designers so I don’t have to. This one was the hardest choice, because I do have several others that I really like as well."

-Keith

Who is Keith Perkins? Check out his art blog and Etsy store to find out.

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