Off topic: Totally off topic: "The biggest collaborative art collection in the world"
Thread poster: Suzan Hamer
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I don't know about the rest of you, but when researching terms and facts online I come across the most amazing stuff, a lot of it art that I would like to hold on to and have at my finger tips for future reference and enjoyment.
About a week ago I discovered Curiator.com.
"Designed for art enthusiasts and professionals alike, Curiator is a digital, collaborative art collection where you can collect and store your favorite art and discover new art through the community."
Really neat. Not only can you collect art you find online but an app makes it possible also to collect art you see in museums and elsewhere.
This link explains in a few seconds how it works:
This is a link to my collection so far. I'm having a hard time getting any work done; one painting leads me to another painting or artist, and I don't want to stop. In the last week I've learned more about art than I have in the past 2 decades.
[Edited at 2014-09-30 11:00 GMT]
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Totally off topic: "The biggest collaborative art collection in the world"
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