Well, let’s be honest with each other; Instagram became a big part of our lives. Most of us scroll to our feed every day; whether you are on your way to work, waiting in a queue, or need to kill some time, the chances are you’ll end up on Instagram. We decided to give you a list of our favorite art magazine accounts found on Instagram, so you can stay up to date and enjoy the beautiful artwork on your terms.
For added bonus: once you start following these Art magazines/pages , instagram’s explore page will likely start offering you some interesting new artists as it realizes that you are a experienced lover of fine art, and not just a regular old Instagram user who’s into memes and cute dog photos. (Not that memes and cute dog photos can’t be art too.)
The CuratorMag has been created with the vision to provide a space that allows for an inclusive discourse on the arts. Whether these artforms be musical or visual, the curator mag want to enlighten people about all the various forms of arts that have been practised, and might be practised in the near future.
Curator Mag believe that art – of all forms – has the ability to communicate with people from all backgrounds, the ability to touch each soul in a different way. They want to create a community that is open to all. To creators, as well the curators.
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Every week we will be announcing #top5 photographers, artists, and musicians from the community. Here’s list of top-5 artists for this week. @kwang_sung_park_art , @aykutmaykut, @jakewoodevans, @sak.shhh, and @vgiarrano. You can tag us in your posts or in your Instagram stories using @thecuratormag / #thecuratormag. If there’s a project that you would like us to talk about, you can e-mail us too. Looking forward to hearing from you all. #visualart #paintings #art #illustration #blackandwhite #feature #storytelling
For years, Playboy has initiated an unbridled approach to men’s lifestyle: hard-hitting journalism, dirty jokes and beautiful women. Here we present you one of the best NSFW magazines that is –Odiseo, It is a fantastic Barcelona-based magazine that “arose from the need to explore.” Odiseo challenges the old guard by providing insightful, absorbing commentary on sex in the digital age.
Love is a bi-annual British style magazine founded in 2009 by stylist and fashion journalist Katie Grand, who remains editor-in-chief. Since 2012, Lulu Kennedy has been editor-at-large and Alex Fury has been editor of this Condé Nast publication.
4. Oyster Magazine
Founded in 1994 as a print publication, today, Oyster is Australia’s largest independent multi-platform media brand covering fashion, beauty, music, art, pop-culture and travel. With a global team based between Sydney, Melbourne, New York, LA and Berlin, and contributors in locations far and wide, Oyster is an Australian brand with an international mindset and presence. Curated by creatives, for creatives, Oyster genuinely explore the points of view, politics, and passions held by those in the business, providing a platform for the forward thinkers of our time.
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Amy Taylor is everything I wish I was. She has bleached hair and her mouth is always open. She takes up space and doesn’t apologise. She stands in front of people and screams from the soft centre of her heart and the angry pit of her stomach. And then she lands a @Gucci campaign. As the frontwoman of one of Australia’s favourite young bands of the moment, @amylandthesniffers, she relentlessly demands beer, power and “to be treated right.” In our interview, however, she demands nothing. She talks honestly, ripe with contradiction, says she isn’t “heaps smart” (arguable!), and details the band’s self-titled debut album, which has been punching all of us in the head since its release in May. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Q: What do you reckon it was about your upbringing that opened the gates to music? What gave you the guts to get up in front of a crowd and belt out what you're feeling? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ A: I don’t really know. It’s not like I was always confident — I couldn’t have done it when I was in high school. There wasn’t much to do in the town where I grew up, other than go to the beach, which was nice, but I went to a hardcore all-ages show or some shit and I loved the anger and energy, and I was attracted to the violence. It scared me and also made me really excited. I’ve always felt comfortable just doing things that I like or wearing shit I like. I just felt comfortable being me — sometimes more than others and other times I feel like a fucking wanker. But when we started, especially around the boys in the band, it never crossed my mind what other people would think. I really don’t give a shit if I make a mistake — I think mistakes are magic. It’s just nice to express energy, and I love music so it’s not really something that crossed or crosses my mind. That’s something I was never taught. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @caltexcowgirll for #Oyster117 😜 photography @wanda_martin, fashion and make-up @fabiankisjuhasz, hair @emmavtierney, words and interview @hm0rgz
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According to her mythology, @officialangelyne is an only child from some nondescript Midwestern state (some say Idaho; she says she doesn’t remember), whose parents died when she was young, and she moved to LA in the late ‘70s to become a Hollywood starlet. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “I used to visualise myself when I was two years old up in the sky like one of the stars,” she tells me over the phone. “Even when I was little girl, I knew I was meant to make the world become a better place. But of course, at the time, I didn’t know through what medium.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ After joining her then-boyfriend’s band, and recording a couple of songs, Angelyne met Hugo Maisnik, an eccentric older man she described as a “bored prankster,” who made his money from inventing and peddling adhesive-free tape. Together, Angelyne and Maisnik came up with the idea for the first billboard — and the rest is history. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Photography: @jasperrischen Interview: Alexandra Weiss For #Oyster116: The Obsession Issue >>> full story oystermag.com
Founded in 1993, the BUST brand is the groundbreaking, original women’s lifestyle magazine and website that is unique in its ability to connect with bright, cutting-edge, influential young women. With an attitude that is fierce, funny, and proud to be female, BUST addresses a refreshing variety of young women’s interests, including celebrity interviews, music, fashion, art, crafting, sex, and news. Hip, humorous, and honest, BUST is a cheeky celebration of all things female and a trusted authority on up-and-coming trends among discerning, educated, and culturally aware women.