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Tokyo Illustrators Society (TIS) was established in October 1988. TIS was founded not merely as an arena for illustrators to get acquainted with each other and exchange ideas but also as a platform to let our society know their capabilities.
There are a total of 232 TIS members as of January 2015.
In order to explore further possibilities of illustration as well as for its future development, TIS has hosted a variety of activities such as exhibitions, open recruitment for the purpose of fostering young people, publishing and research conferences.
The organization is headed by administrative director Hiroyuki Izutsu, vice presidents Jun Tsuzuki and Tatsuro Kiuchi and acting director Sugio Yamazaki.
The international Medieval Animal Data-Network (MAD) was founded in 2005 at the Department of Medieval Studies at Central European University (Budapest) as an attempt to bring together multi-stranded intellectual thought concerning human-animal relationships in the European Middle Ages. It is intended to explore the exploitation of animals by documenting and analyzing archaeozoological, textual and visual data.
It leaves the door wide open for study of ambiguities in the cultural attitudes towards those same flesh and blood beasts.
MAD not only impacts life in the medieval past but has repercussions for the way people of today may view and understand the world around them.
MAD strengthens consciousness of the complex interplay between culture and nature. MAD accumulates a large body of data. Analyses of these data reveal local, regional, and Europe-wide patterns which aid understanding of long-term environmental and social processes, representing a vital part of the cultural heritage of Europe.
Have you ever wondered what archaeologists really get up to? Is it all just digging or is there a lot more to it? The Day of Archaeology project aims to provide a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world. The project asks people working, studying or volunteering in the archaeological world to participate with us in a “Day of Archaeology” each year in the summer by recording their day and sharing it through text, images or video on this website. The resulting Day of Archaeology project demonstrates the wide variety of work our profession undertakes day-to-day across the globe, and helps to raise public awareness of the relevance and importance of archaeology to the modern world. We want anyone with a personal, professional or voluntary interest in archaeology to get involved, and help highlight the reasons why archaeology is vital to protect the past and inform our futures.
Launched in 2010, Colossal is a Webby-nominated blog that explores art and other aspects of visual culture. Colossal won the Utne Media Award for Arts Coverage in 2013 and is ranked by Technorati as one of the top 50 blogs on the web. Each week you’ll find 15-25 posts on photography, design, animation, painting, installation art, architecture, drawing, and street art. Colossal is also a great place to learn about the intersection of art and science as well as the beauty of the natural world. There are frequently posts about things far out in left field, but generally Colossal is a reminder that in the digital age there are still countless people making incredible work with their bare hands.
Colossal began as the personal art and design blog of Christopher Jobson. He lives in Chicago with his wife Megan and son Caleb. In addition to what you see here, he has also written about art and design for Wired Magazine and Mental_Floss. You can learn more about him in FastCo and Demo Magazine.
Why Textile Art?
We are Joe and Sam Pitcher and we’re fascinated by textile art. The reason? Our mum, textile artist Sue Stone. Let’s tell you a bit about her journey and how this inspired us to start TextileArtist.org.
At the age of 6, mum learned to stitch on a Singer treadle sewing machine. Her tutor was Muriel, our Grandmother, who was a seamstress (we still have the piece of embroidery she made to celebrate our births). Mum was a keen student and it wasn’t long before she started designing and making clothes, first for her dolls and then for herself.
It was the unfaltering support of Muriel that led to mum leaving her home town of Grimsby at the age of 18 and going off to study Fashion Design at St Martins School of Art in London and then Textiles and Embroidery at Goldsmiths College. She was lucky enough to have been taught by some of the greats, including Constance Howard, Christine Risley, and Eirian Short, the teachings of whom still inspire her artistic decisions today.
After graduating, mum returned to Grimsby, where she ran a womenswear business with our dad for 28 years. This was a hectic time and due to the demands of the business, as well as starting a family, she became distracted from her real passion; researching, creating and exhibiting textile art. In fact it wasn’t until she reached the age of 50 that she returned to her first love, rediscovered her passion for this most unique art form and began to stitch again.
It was an exciting time, with mum rejoining the 62 Group of Textile Artists and exhibiting all over the country. Here we are, over 10 years later, and the body of work she has produced is awe-inspiring.
So why did we start TextileArtist.org?
To have been able to witness our mum’s commitment, passion and the development of her style, which is figurative, funny and filled with life, has been a real inspiration to us. We are very proud sons indeed.
A passion for textile art
But along the way, we’ve also developed a real enthusiasm for the medium of textiles on a wider scale. We love going to exhibitions and seeing the huge variety of innovative and unusual textile art on offer. We’re fascinated by the inspiration behind a piece of work and how the artist has used textile and mixed media techniques in its creation.
A platform for artists and art enthusiasts
Having searched online, we found plenty of great sites for individual artists and groups or associations, but no real platform showcasing textile art on a broader scope. We wanted to know how individual textile and fiber artists work, learn about how they implement techniques, hear their stories and find out what influences and inspires them.
We also wanted to give artists like our mum an opportunity to promote their unique brand of textile art, share their experiences with one another and contribute to a community of like-minded creatives. And if we wanted this, maybe others did too?
iGNANT is an award-winning online magazine featuring the finest in art, design, photography and architecture. We are passionate about bringing you a curated selection of the most captivating work from both established creatives as well as emerging talents. In addition to publishing inspirational projects from around the world, iGNANT produces its own unique editorial features on the cutting edge of contemporary culture that include interviews, studio visits, travel stories and more.
Since its launch in 2007, iGNANT has steadily built up a global readership of creative professionals, thought leaders and tastemakers, attracting more than 500,000 visitors and 1.6 million pageviews per month.
In 2011, iGNANT won the ‘Golden Lead Award’ in the category ‘Weblog of the Year’ and was also nominated for the ‘Grimme Online Award’.
About Saatchi Art
Saatchi Art is the world’s leading online art gallery, connecting people with art and artists they love.
Saatchi Art offers an unparalleled selection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography in a range of prices, and it provides artists from around the world with an expertly curated environment in which to exhibit and sell their work.
Based in Los Angeles, Saatchi Art is redefining the experience of buying and selling art by making it easy, convenient and welcoming for both collectors and artists.
The artwork on Society6 is created by hundreds of thousands of artists from around the world.
When you buy a product from Society6, we produce it using only the highest quality materials, and ship it to you on behalf of the artist.
Artists! Learn more about selling your artwork as gallery quality art prints, iPhone cases, t-shirts and other fine products - without giving up control of your rights.
Society6 was founded by Justin Cooper, Lucas Tirigall-Caste and Justin Wills.
founded in 1999, designboom is the world's first and most popular digital architecture and design magazine.
ArtisticMoods is a fun and ambitious blog devoted to serve you daily inspirations from the art world. Here I share & celebrate art with a main purpose to promote beginning & advanced contemporary artists from around the globe.
I like to share all kinds of loveliness. If it’s fun and distractive, there’s a big chance you’ll find it here! Sometimes, when I’m a mood for specific things (like dancing, romance of cuddling with cats) I like to share themed posts. And if you’re here for the free stuff, have a look at the Giveaway Parade. Always something to win there!
My name is Sandra Apperloo and I live in the beautiful Netherlands. I like to draw, eat sweet stuff, travel, visit fun events and spend time with my favorite friends (and prefer to combine those last three things). I graduated from the University of Utrecht in 2012. During my internship in 2011, I discovered my love for blogging while writing for a Dutch magazine called La Chispa (for which I wrote articles & did online promotion). I’ve loved art for as long as I can remember and I always share my finds online. So in 2013, I started blogging on ArtisticMoods.com.
I love spending time on ArtisticMoods. Hope you will too!
Brown Paper Bag is an illustration-loving blog that celebrates the field in its many forms.
BPB catalogs illustration, and it’s more than just interested in editorial images you’d see in magazines. Fashion, tattoos, and illustrated products are all important parts of our visual culture and deserve their time to shine.
Brown Paper Bag is run by me, Sara Barnes. I’m an MFA in Illustration Practice alum (2013) and a freelance blogger. In addition to this site, I write for My Modern Metropolis, Craftsy, and Scene360.
I’ve contributed to books about illustration and am a practicing illustrator, too. (Always available for freelance projects!) I’ve been featured in Embroidery Magazine, BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas, Blanket Magazine, and more.
Lines and Colors is a blog about painting, drawing, sketching, illustration, comics, cartoons, webcomics, art history, concept art, gallery art, digital art, artist tools and techniques, motion graphics, animation, sci-fi and fantasy illustration, paleo art, storyboards, matte painting, 3d graphics and anything else I find visually interesting. If it has lines and/or colors, it's fair game.
Invaluable is the world's largest live auction marketplace, making it easy for people to find what they love at auction.
Leading auction houses use Invaluable's cloud-based technology to manage over $9B in total hammer and deepen relationships with millions of clients.
We started My Modern Met back in May 2008 because we wanted to create one big city where we could celebrate creative ideas. We aim to promote a positive culture by spotlighting the best sides of humanity—from the lighthearted and fun to the thought-provoking and enlightening. Today, we get an average of 3 million visitors coming to our site each month, looking for articles on art, design, photography, architecture, technology, environmental issues, and inspiring stories.
We're most proud of the fact that we're not just exposing new people to incredible artwork or uplifting stories, but we're also helping artists' careers and providing a platform for inspiring individuals along the way. Nothing brings us greater joy than hearing about how a person’s life has somehow changed after being featured on My Modern Met.
With The Arts, we feature and interview artists that are on the pulse of contemporary art. They continuously push the boundaries of how we think, and often times, the message in their artworks are more powerful than words could ever be.
With Inspiring Stories, we shine the spotlight on ordinary people who perform extraordinary deeds. It’s these people who restore our faith in humanity and inspire us to become better individuals.
Thanks for checking us out. You can also follow us at Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Instagram, Google+, Bloglovin', and Feedly.
Founded in 1989, and online since 1995, artnet is the leading resource for the international art market, and the principal platform for art auctions on the Internet. We offer a wide range of art market resources, providing a place for people in the art world to buy, sell, and research Fine Art, Design, and Decorative Art.
（Project Gutenberg 的介绍页和资源页，不用代理，又快又好，简直良心，好像还有app，我要研究一下，我觉得这里面的电子书在排版、校对、完整性方面应该会好一些吧，亚马逊的都不敢相信，所以我也不会买kindle，嗯嗯嗯，总之是个电子书站。哦，对了，每一本书的格式非常多，总能找到适合自己的，国内多的是按照文件归纳排序的，不怎么有同一本书的相关信息整合在一起的。2016-02-13 01:48）
Donald Heald Rare Books, Prints & Maps offers the finest examples of antiquarian books and prints in the areas of Botany, Ornithology, Natural History, Americana & Canadiana, Native Americans, Voyages & Travels, Maps & Atlases, Photography and more.
Founded in England in 1972, we have formed and contributed to important private and institutional collections. Items of note which we have placed include a unique copy of Abbot’s Natural History of the Rarer Lepidopterous Insects of Georgia with plates on vellum, an extremely rare extra-illustrated large paper Spanish edition of Blaeu’s Atlas Mayor, Curtis' North American Indian, a copy of the Federalist in boards, the first separate printing of the Bill of Rights, and a large paper issue of Redouté Les Roses with the plates in two states.
We are renowned for our extensive print inventory which is unsurpassed in quality. The Sporting collection recently incorporates the complete print stock of Ackermann & Son of London, established in 1783.
We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America, where Mr. Heald has served on the Board of Governors as Treasurer, Security Chairperson, and as Chairman of the New York Antiquarian Book Fair. We are members of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, and the American Historical Print Collectors Society. Mr. Heald is a member of the Grolier Club, and the American Antiquarian Society.
（不用多说啥了，Smithsonian的主站，Asian art分站，和Asian art的全部藏品公开。值得花一辈子的时间慢慢看。2016-02-13 20:06）