This is a guest post from the .ART registry.
Creativity is everywhere.
Whether your artistic medium is painting, music, sculpture or fashion, or you just really want to share your food photography, .ART is the domain for you.
Learn how you can help your art stand out from the crowd with a little inspiration from these talented members of the .ART community.
Photo by Steve Miller | stevemiller.art
Steve Miller is a multi-media artist and an early adopter of .ART. Paintings, screen-prints, artist books and sculptures are all among his mediums. For Steve, .ART is the perfect way to represent himself differently online, all while serving as an extension of his artistic taste. His website is a full-on experience: from painted surf and skateboards to photography books, it makes you remember how fascinating nature is.
Photo by Light Heart Dance | lightheartdance.art
Lightheart Dance are the kind of people you would want to spend Sunday night with. Jeff and Kay McLean are a duo of dance photographers passionate about camping, border issues and their daughters. Their website is a harmonious mixture of beauty that surrounds them – not only in their profession, but in private life too.
Photo by Christian Schaffer | christianschaffer.art
Christian Schaffer and her website will make you a major case of FOMO. Having quit a corporate career, she now travels the world in search of her next adventure and creative project. Her website tells a story through stunning imagery and a domain name that fittingly emphasizes her knack for artful living.
Photo by Randal Ford | randalford.art
Few photographers in the world have photographed as many animals in studio as Randal Ford. By putting wilderness in a human setting, Randal creates a memorable beauty that every artist strives for. Soon to be published in a print edition, Randal’s photos are the protagonists of his website. Ever wanted to make eye contact with a lion? Dive in.
Work by Uncubist | uncubist.art
Rakan's artwork takes a critical view of underground cultures worldwide. A fitting representation of his interest in rebellious youth and the concept of outcasts, his website is a laconic combination of solid background and powerful imagery.
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