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Have you ever come across a product that isn’t necessarily intended for artists, but as soon as you see it, you think. . . read more

As I was browsing through Kickstarter the other day, I came across a fully funded project from a few years back that looked like. . . read more

Created by two art teachers from New York, the Artist Cargo on Kickstarter is a practical and rugged sketchbook keeper/art supply organizer—the perfect alternative to a messy backpack or toolbox full of art supplies!

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“When I started PaintMyPhoto, I had no idea if anyone else would be interested in the idea. It turns out quite a few people. . . read more

I am an artist who has been supporting myself and my children selling my paintings online for 10 years. Over that time,. . . read more

I recently emailed Windsor and Newton regarding their use of animal ingredients within their art supplies, and they very kindly replied with the following message. (I've edited it slightly for space and formatting purposes.)

Firstly, none of our products are tested on animals. However, the materials listed below do contain animal derived ingredients (i.e., they are not. . . read more

Most of my art mediums are usually oils, watercolors, pastel, acrylic and charcoal. I’ve occasionally used markers for some of. . . read more

One of the biggest cultural phenomena of the last decade, steampunk is now firmly established within the arts scene, enjoying. . . read more

First, let me just say that I’m not really a frame guy. I’ve never really cared for framing my canvases, preferring instead to paint the edges on gallery wrapped canvas. I’ve just always felt like most frames draw too much attention to themselves.

Recently though I’ve been using up a stockpile of 3/4 inch deep canvases, so when three of my current paintings were accepted into. . . read more

What is a linocut? A linocut is a type of relief print. Relief printing is when a piece of paper is “stamped” with ink from. . . read more

Today I've taken three brands of watercolour pencils/sticks (Derwent Aquatone, Derwent Inktense, and Neocolor II) and compared. . . read more




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