10 of the best art blogs!
Whatever language you speak, Art (Kunst, アート, Seni, Konst, уметност, 미술) is all around, so it's important to take time to relax and enjoy whats going on around you.
So there are always the good the bad an the ugly in the blogging world. It's hard to find those diamonds.
It's not all about which galleries are opening, which red dot on a blank canvas sold more than the other.
This is about good old enjoyment of visually stimulating content. It's where your brain can have a break and you can put your feet up and just be a witness to the beauty.
So I've got my favourites, I know everyone has an opinion, especially about art! :)
Here are the TOP 10, Art Blogs out in that big bad world wide web!
10. This is Colossal:
Really it is epic, mamouth, out of this world. It's got everything you need and more.
Looking for the next, biggest, bestest thing? You can check it out here!
Kingdom of beauty. A group of artists, writers, filmmakers, musicians, designers, and thinkers busy overturning all the rules and trying to make the world a better place.
It's kind of in the title right? they keep you updated on where cool things happen | Cool Inspiration on Travel, Art, Lifestyle and more Cool stuff…
Some real beautiful stuff! Daily dose of Inspiration since 2005. Art, Creativity, Design, Video, Pop Culture.
This one is one of my favourites
Does anything bad ever come out of Berlin, guess not! They have fantastic features of creatives in the fields of art, design, photography and architecture.
Yep, that's right 7 'O' really it does go BOOOOOOOM! It has everything you need to know, trust me.
It really is, this blog is more for the refined taste that we all wish we had!
'Damn, I wish I thought of that' may be their tag line, but it's also my feeling towards their beautiful blog.
It's all about Vlogging people!
And Last by not by any means least, the ultimate in time wasting and Friday scrolling!
1. Bored Panda
Well it is the only magazine for pandas, can you blame me?
If you've got more, leave them in the comments,
Peace and Print