Call to Action Header
The 8 Percent presents
A free, 5-week course to help you write better content
Click here to find out more
Filter by Topic:
Call to Action Listing
Start your week off right!
Receive a pump up message and video direct to your inbox every Monday!
September 19, 2017
Artwork of the Week: Les Voyageurs
by Amelia Smithe
Artwork of the Week: Judith Slaying Holofernes
September 12, 2017
How one of the world’s great baroque artists used a biblical act of violence to address the repercussions of her rape.
Artwork of the Week: Endgame
September 5, 2017
Think you can’t make great art with Microsoft Paint? Think again.
Artwork of the Week: Pop Culture Dystopia
August 28, 2017
3D artist Filip Hodas was experimenting with some new software when he inadvertently created one of the coolest pop culture projects of the year. Check it out!
I Can’t Paint: A Reflection on the Artist’s Relationship With Expectation
August 23, 2017
Aarti Shinde’s simple but provocative piece reflects on the artist’s struggle with expectation. But where do these expectations come from?
Artwork of the Week: Cockaignesque
August 15, 2017
German photographer Helen Sobiralski brings baroque art into the 21st century with her series Cockaignesque.
Artwork of the Week: Snorkeling
August 8, 2017
Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han’s work is like a puzzle that feels most complete in the absence of a few key pieces.
Artwork of the Week: Orange, Red, Yellow
August 1, 2017
Selling for $86.9 million in 2012, Mark Rothko’s ‘Orange, Red, Yellow’ is the most expensive piece of contemporary art ever sold at public auction.
Artwork of the Week: Andy Council’s DinoCities
July 27, 2017
Street artist Andy Council combines dinosaurs and iconic city structures in this series of designs promoting the Bristol Zoo.
Artwork of the Week: Spirits in Steel
July 21, 2017
Fusing modern materials with her Kalabari heritage, British-Nigerian artist Sokari Douglas Camp delights in distorting perspectives.