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New Artists That Excite Us for 2018

At Art.com, we’re lucky to have our eyes on the incredible world of art. It’s an honor and a privilege to work with something we love so much, to celebrate art every day, and to be a part of creating inspiration in your home. This year we’ll welcome and share even more new artists and new artwork that excite us than ever before. But first, we’d love to spotlight some of our latest and greatest…

A Gift Of Art For Fire Survivors

The recent fires in Northern California were devastating to the area. Thousands right here in our backyard lost homes or were impacted in some way, including family of Art.com employees. We asked ourselves, what can we do to help make life better for those affected? In the spirit of the holidays and celebrating family, we partnered with San Francisco photographer Mario Elias and his Kinda Super Project to take free holiday family portraits for anyone…

The Year of the Woman

Sometimes life imitates art. But this year, you helped flip that script. Just look at the poster for The Women’s March, the installation of “Fearless Girl,” and California Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ “reclaiming my time” poster. Art is imitating—or chronicling—the activities that are culminating in a seismic cultural shift, as we speak. Which is why we resoundingly named 2017 “The Year of the Woman.” Take That and Rewind It Back “Repeatedly throughout the year, our attention…

Designer Tips on Gifting Art for the Holidays

As an interior designer, there’s probably nothing more personal than gifting art. It’s like saying, “I see you, I know you, and I honor what you love.” And that’s infinitely more meaningful than an expensive perfume or new tech gadget. I know you’re probably thinking, “Sure, it means more, but how do I get it right? I’m drawn to modern geometric-style art, but my globetrotting friend is into maps featuring her favorite destinations.” Bingo! Your…

Holiday Season Art and Festivities of Boston

Boston: the city of cream and chowder. When the snow won’t stop falling, what better way to spend the day than with some art? Wander down cobblestone streets lined with powder white snow to find your holiday spirit in the city’s rich cultural activities. With chestnuts roasting on an open fire, and the sweet smell of cocoa wafting in the air, you’ll be unable to resist the charms and whimsy of Boston. (Pictured above: Boston…

Art Means More

At Art.com, we believe that art means more. What that means is practically limitless, as art is open to interpretation by each and every one of us. Art Means More is shared experiences. It’s finding the perfect piece to keep memories alive, from framed wedding photos to a print by that one artist you discovered with your best friend. It’s taking home scenes from every incredible vacation and hanging it on your wall, forever. In…

How to Create a Chic Space for Boozy Happenings

By Bobby Berk I love a good cocktail. I’m a gin guy, but you’d probably only know that if you saw me stewing up my complicated vermouth, fennel and rhubarb drink recipe on designer Sabrina Soto’s live show. And if you saw that, you know that I don’t plan on quitting my day job as an interior designer (and owner of Bobby Berk Home) to pursue a career in mixology, any time soon. What I…

We Stand with Women in Art

“We are not surprised,” begins a letter co-penned by women from every corner of the art world. Signed by more than 1,800 women so far, it includes appalling claims of being “groped, undermined, harassed, infantilized, scorned, threatened, and intimidated by those in positions of power who control access to resources and opportunities.” These female artists are making a stand against entrenched sexism and abuse in the art world. This letter, and the corresponding article, follows…

Our Roots Run Deep

The recent fires in Northern California have devastated some of the most beautiful land in the country, threatening the California wine industry as we know it. However, as the worst of the fires die down, it’s time to focus on the future. At Art.com, these fires have hit close to home. So we’re doing what we can to help. Introducing a fundraiser that benefits everyone: you with a beautiful piece of artwork, and the affected…

Bringing to Sherwin-Williams 2018 Color of the Year Into Your Home

The color experts at Sherwin-Williams have spoken, declaring the bold “Oceanside” as the official color of the year for 2018. According to Sherwin-Williams, this stunning, rich blue with jewel-toned green is both accessible and elusive, offering “a sense of the familiar with a hint of the unknown, bridging between old and new, light and dark.” “People today have a growing sense of adventure, and it is making its way into even the coziest corners of…

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