Posts by My Modern Met

May 18, 2022

Get the Ultimate Ebook for Creatives With 100+ Incredible Resources

Books are a constant source of comfort, learning, and entertainment. They introduce us to new inspiration and perspectives, which is why My Modern Met is here to help with an exclusive ebook that will nourish the creative soul of any artist, designer, or photographer. The Ultimate Resource Guide For Creatives offers over 100 incredible sources of information as a free ebook for our members.

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February 20, 2022

Become a Member of My Modern Met and Support Our Commitment to Making Art Accessible

My Modern Met believes that art is an integral part of every human being. We believe in making art accessible, whether this involves learning to paint, researching art history, or being introduced to the works of rising artists. Engagement with creativity is something that should be cultivated and protected. Having access to the arts is vital and through the My Modern Met Foundation, we are devoted to helping fund art educators via Donors Choose.

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January 19, 2022

True South Team on the First Flag for Antarctica and the Power of Design [Podcast]

Flags are extraordinarily effective symbols in uniting people and inspiring change, yet what exactly constitutes a well-designed flag? This week on the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast, we interview the team behind “True South“—Antarctica's first flag. True South's designer Evan Townsend, vexillologist Michael Green, and arctic researcher Celas Marie-Sainte sit down to discuss what makes the flag a remarkable design and unifying symbol for Antarctica's preservation.

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December 8, 2021

Photographer Ami Vitale on Following Your Heart and Documenting Stories of Hope [Podcast]

Photographer Ami Vitale documents endangered species and the powerful bonds they share with their caretakers. This week on the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast, we interview Vitale and get a behind-the-scenes look at how she captured some of her most legendary pictures. In fact, you may have seen one of her more famous images featured on the front cover of National Geographic following the death of Sudan (the world's last male Northern White Rhino)

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