Additionally, guest posting will give you an opportunity to connect with these high authority publications. Backlinks from these high authority blogs and magazines will have a compounded effect on the credibility of your blog. Furthermore, you will have an opportunity to work with amazing editors who will help you to improve the quality of your writing.
Follow the provided links to submit your article to the blog/magazine of your choice from among this list. Read their blog and submission guidelines to familiarize with their style then send your query/article to the editor editor.
This magazine publishes articles that feature artists, reports, reviews, reports and advice. Your article should be critical and aim to make academic scripts relevant to the general public. Read the blog to familiarize with the tone and style before writing your article. You have higher chances of success if you are an established artist/expert.
Read the blog under the arts category to see what kind of articles they publish. Use the recent publications to inspire your article idea, which you will write according to their guidelines. Send your submission to the editor for review.
This magazine caters to the needs of web developers and designers. If you have an interest in this field, you can share your tips and advice with the readers of this community. Read the blog to familiarize with their tone and style before you write your article.
This is a special sub-category of the Artist’s magazine that caters to the needs of watercolor artists. If you have an interesting story about watercolor art, shoot your article idea the editor. This magazine is published bimonthly and is suitable for artists of varying skill levels. You can do a feature story about a watercolor artist or a piece of art to portray a specific skill or point of view. They can match you up with an artist to write about but you can also write about an artist with whom you are in contact.
They are ‘the only national magazine devoted to the pastel medium.” Whether you are in it as a hobby or a full time profession, you can submit your submission to this journal. You can write style guides, how-to guides, reviews, features, and even interviews. Query the editor before writing.
Do you have any unusual form of art? Did you spot any art that uses an extraordinary technique to execute? Write about it and alert the editor at Inhabitat about it because they are probably looking for your submission. Read the site to see what kind of stories they run and familiarize with their tone.
A magazine dedicated to graphic designers and shares stories about the industry and the business environment. They are actively looking for freelance submissions since at least three quarters of the content on the site come from freelancers. You can send a complete manuscript or a query; they do not discriminate any form of submission, unsolicited or not. Read the blog to familiarize with their style and tone.
This is the publication that covers all articles related to clay and ceramic art. The magazine is very wide with many sub-categories that need submissions. Ensure your article falls under the most appropriate category and then shoot your pitch to the editor.
This magazine covers art from the Western lifestyle perspective. It is read by collectors, architects, designers, gallery operators, and patrons. The photography emphasizes American obsession with the Western lifestyle and trends. They are looking for introspective writers and photographers to submit content with a strong sense of place and time.
Artlink is a quarterly publication for the Asia-Pacific region and covers contemporary art stories. Read the blog under the recent and most popular categories to see what is trending. Develop your article idea and pitch the editor.
ART PAPERS publishes content about contemporary art in form of guides and tutorials, features, reviews and retrospective. You can write about certain trends in the art industry or feature specific works. However, they detest any piece of work that has any form of conflict of interest. This could include writing a review about a gallery that displays your work or writing a feature about an artist with whom you have personal or financial relationship.
Afterimage publishes articles about visual arts, video, audio, media studies, visual and cultural studies, and related niches. You can do essays, reports, features, news briefs, double exposure, and even historical shots in arts. Read past publications to familiarize with the magazine’s tone and style.
Colossal publishes articles about visual art, painting, sculpture, collage, painting, etc. They also accept image submissions (should include a brief description and personal views). Read the publication to get the gist of what the editor expects. Send your pitch when you are ready.
This blog is accepting submissions from anyone who can write. They prefer stories that have a humorous twist. This blog has several categories of which art is a part. Scroll through the art category to find out which story has been published to avoid duplication. Read the blog to familiarize with their style before sending your submission to the editor for review.
This magazine shares articles about polymer clay art and artists, collectors, galleries, collectors and any other information that will encourage artists in this niche. You can share features, news, tips, tutorials, and many other types of articles listed under the editorial guidelines.
This blog is looking for local artists to share their stories. If you can conduct an interview with a local artist, then this blog needs you. Share your stories about the recent art exhibition you attended and the interesting things you experienced there. Read the blog to familiarize yourself with their style and tone.
This publication publishes articles that are not only informative but also unique in approach. Read the blog to familiarize with the style and tone of the blog. Aim to be helpful to the readers of the blog. Follow their instructions before submitting your article for review.
They publish architectural pieces and articles. Read the blog to familiarize with their style before sending your work. Use Dropbox or Google Drive to attach files. This will speed up the review process and expedite feedback on your submission.
Artblog welcomes both seasoned and amateur artists to join their rapidly growing community. They have created an opportunity for artists to share their stories about art on this channel. You will have the opportunity to join their discussions and get the chance to volunteer to their courses.
If you have an interesting piece of contemporary artwork you would love to show case, pitch the editor of Contemporist with your art and design work. They publish articles and pieces of art about design, interior décor, and architecture. Send images via Dropbox for review.
This publication accepts submissions that illuminate the human experience. You can submit illustrations, articles, podcasts, photographs, multimedia, and works of art. They emphasize the need for your pieces to be original. Read their blog to familiarize with their content and style.
This publication is biased to creative writing style. Pyragraph welcomes artists to submit articles about creative art, tips and tricks, tutorials, edutorials, among many other pieces listed on their editorial page. Read the blog to get an idea about what you should write.
This publication publishes educative art pieces and articles. You should aim to enlighten the readership through your submission. They require three published samples when you send in your pitch, which they will use to evaluate the quality of your writing.
JazJaz art is welcoming submissions of good quality artwork images from artists. They require that every image submitted should have a little description and your thoughts about it. You can upload your images on Instagram and tag them using #jazjazblog. The editor will review your work and publish it if it meets their quality requirements.
This blog publishes articles about tips and tricks about promoting the art business both online and offline. They will reject any article that has the sole intention to build up links with little or no regard to adding value to the community. Read the blog to familiarize with the style and tone before shooting your article idea to the editor.
Read this blog to familiarize with the tone and style. Read the recent posts to get an idea about what the readers love to read. You can write about pencil art, watercolor art, oil painting, among other forms of art. They do not have elaborate submission guidelines.
Hongkiat publishes design pieces, which is relevant to UX designers. You must submit high quality original pieces that meet the site’s high standards. The editorial team reviews all submissions to ensure that they meet the laid guidelines. Read their publication policy before you submit any article.
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced artist, this is the site that will accept work for all those skill levels. Create and submit relevant article that will be useful to doodlers or artists of all classes. Read their guidelines to familiarize with their style and then email your article to the editor.
This publication is dedicated to helping the young designers sharpen their skills. You are invited to submit your article that will help them achieve that objective. They have outlined what they require from you and what they expect you to do. Read and abide by their guidelines for a successful guest posting opportunity.
Here, you can share your interview articles, lessons you have learned in the past, or any other discussion about art. You can send them an inquiry about the article you would like to write about. Your article should be incisive, informative, and engaging. Read the blog to synchronize your article with the blog’s style.
As the name suggests, this publication accepts submissions with art tips and/or advice. You must familiarize with the publication style to submit an article that will resonate well with the readership. You can enlighten the readers on how to create some form of fine art if it is a style that is unique and can help them. The article should be between 600 and 1000 words long.
Are you a professional graphic designer? Do you have tips you would love to share with a wider audience who really care about graphic design? The Graphic Design School Blog is giving you the opportunity to share your tutorials and/or educational articles. Read the blog and follow their submission guidelines before you shoot that email to the editor.
You must be a member of this community before you can guest post here. Register and activate your account to have posting rights. Choose the category that best describes your work from the available options. It will help with navigation and access to your work. Once you have ensured that your work follows the guidelines, submit it to the editorial team for review.
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