“Grayson Perry, one of Britain’s leading artists, brings the nation together through art, making new works and hosting masterclasses set to unleash our collective creativity during lockdown.”—Grayson’s Art Club
Annoying DRM on mobile, but bookmarking for when I’m on a more DRM friendly platform.
The Galleries 1988 show CRAZY 4 CULT is always among my favorites, every year. Check out this year’s show. It’s hard to pick a favorite, but Free Kick, A Pocket Clockwork Orange, and You Are Who You Choose to Be would be near the top.
“Finding your next tattoo artist should be a pleasant experience, our smart search engine is already helping millions. Find your tattooist today.”Tattooswizard.com
I’m unlikely to ever get a tattoo, but it’s still an interesting site. Bookmarked!
Nothing to add beyond I think this is great.
“March 20, 2021 UPDATE: Mineshaft #40, with beautiful Front & Back Cover art & design by R. Crumb, is at the printer & coming this Spring, 2021!!! PLUS new work by Robert Crumb, Sophie Crumb, Drew Friedman, Laure Boin, Bill Griffith, Christoph Mueller, Mary Fleener, Max Clotfelter, Robert Armstrong, Denis Kitchen, Rika Deryckere, Aleksandar Zograf, John Porcellino, a GIANT Letters section, Mineshaft Index (#31-40) & More! Mineshaft #39 is HERE! Featuring out-of-this-world front cover art by Christoph Mueller & back cover art by Robert Crumb! Many MINESHAFT back issues will be sold out soon…
Mineshaft Magazine is the closest thing I’ve seen to a 1960s style underground comics magazine that is still being published.
“I make viral art, companies, and delightfully weird events.”—DanielleBaskin.com
My kind of weird. I think my favorite is the stained glass airplane window decal, but there are a number of interesting ideas on her site.
This is a really interesting discussion of how one man created a business using a subscription model combined with discounts for the finished work for subscribers. There’s much to think about in this discussion. If this is of any interest to you, I’d read the whole thing and the previous year’s as well. He talks about what it takes, how much it costs, the tools he uses, and provides a whole lot of other detail that might provide some food for thought.
Gumrobe is a simplified Shopify, or Internet storefront for your creative output. It has categories that include: animation, apps & software, books & writing, comedy, comics, crafts & DYI, dance & theater, design & tech products, drawing & painting, education, film & video, food & cooking, games, merchandise, music & sound design, photography, podcasts & audiobooks, and sports. Cost for a basic account is US$10 / month for less than 1,000 customers, which is a third of Shopify’s current price.
I think this is an interesting gateway platform to think about making something that people are willing to pay for.