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DC Art & Design Blogs

  • coulda woulda pica   ( 1654 Articles )

    Andrea of coulda woulda pica is a recently married lover of letterpress, graphic design, photography, food, and fashion. Sounds like a perfect match for TPWP Guide right? Her blog captures the beauty of day-to-day life through original photography, charmingly selected photos, and thoughtful in-depth content.

  • Meg Biram   ( 533 Articles )

    Meg Biram is a blogging force of nature. A relatively recent Washington DC transplant, Meg lived previously in Kansas City and worked as senior marketing designer for Hallmark. She quickly made a name for herself in DC and has already been written about in the Washington Post. Her penchant for aesthestics extends much further than posting pretty pictures on her blog; she is also an accomplished artist with an online store that sells (and sells out) of her work. Additionally, she holds seminars and works as a consultant for brands, online businesses, and blogs looking to expand their digital reach. Meg is one ambitious blogger, which happens to be our favorite kind!

  • neon V magazine   ( 379 Articles )

    neon V is a collaboration between five of the most intelligent, stylish, beautiful and ambitious women we know: Kimee Brown, Stephanie Mills, Michelle German, Tanekeya Word, and Carmela Wingfield. neon V is an unconventional (they refuse to capitalize their name) biannual magazine for "the contemporary peculiar woman" - though we think its appeal is even wider ranging. They have an online presence as well - the neon V blog. The magazine covers numerous topics: fashion, art, beauty and travel; each of the women involved has a specialty. We look forward to the results of this exciting partnership!

  • Panda Head   ( 1030 Articles )

    Morgan is part of a tiny yet impactful group of original Washington DC fashion/art bloggers (back when there were only 5 of us!). One of the most creative people we have ever met, Morgan transcends cliches with a style truly her own. In the 4 years we've known her, she has released 6 issues of the uber-creative and fanciful Panda Head Magazine – a collaboration between DC artists, photographers, and stylists, many of them her friends - planned numerous events, and found time to get married. Morgan’s contagious excitement and original ideas make her blog, Panda Head, a source of constant surprise, amusement, and inspiration.

  • The Chestnut Orange   ( 183 Articles )

    Nicole of The Chestnut Orange is an accomplished photographer with work that has appeared on sites such as Apartment Therapy and Refinery29. Her blog reflects her wide-ranging inspirations: from graphic and interior design, to food, music and of course photography - with just the right mix of inspirational images and original content.

  • The Concubines   ( 53 Articles )

    Caroline Lacey takes beautifully whimsical and dreamy photos - poetry come to life. In the blog "The Concubines" Caroline and her friend Claire do just that - borrowed poems accompany Caroline's emotive photography and make you wish you could sit down by a breezy window and write verses fit for a gold-bound book. She has worked with several local DC fashion brands creating photo and video lookbooks and her work has recently been featured in Worn Magazine Issue 4. We feel lucky to call someone as sweet and creative as her a friend and have been delighted to collaborate with her on many projects (our short film 'Caroline' is named after her).

  • The Pink Line Project   ( 643 Articles )

    Philippa Hughes is the woman behind The Pink Line Project - a site and organization with the mission of making art/creativity more accessible and viable in Washington DC. The creators of events such as Cherry Blast, LUMEN8Anacostia, and Salon Contra; Philippa was, in a former life, a lawyer and lobbyist, but the need to be more creative prompted a career change. After holding a series of art parties in her and her husband's apartment, The Pink Line Project was born. Now the site is one of the best ways to keep abreast of the goings on in the DC art world.