Deviant Art:

Deviant Art is a place for artists of all stripes. It allows them to show their work while networking with other artists and art lovers alike. You can create galleries where others can comment, share, favorite and find similar work. This is where all the best artists are. You’re able to categorize your artwork based on medium to make it easier to find for those who are looking for something specific such as paintings, digital art, sculpture etc.


Flickr is a platform primarily for photographers to share their images with the world. While this is an awesome app to share your photography projects, it’s also able to handle video which is great when it comes to recording and sharing your process. It’s useful as a backup for your images so that you don’t lose anything or if you don’t have enough storage on your device for all your images. One great feature is that you can set photos to public or private, so it serves as a backup storage while allowing you to share selective work with others. It helps you categorize your work which can be useful if you have a large library of photography. You’re able to join groups and share your material within those groups.


Behance is where graphic professionals display their portfolios for companies to view. Companies post jobs on this platform and can search for the best fit for the job based on their portfolios. This is a great place for graphic artists to search for employers that are a good fit for the services they offer.  One feature I really love about this app is that it allows users to share what programs were used to create their artwork. I enjoy how easy it is to customize the page that you display your projects on. They give you controls that most platforms ignore which offers some agency to the way your art is curated.


Gab is the new Twitter. Now that Twitter has been caught with its pants down on a clear witch hunt to ban individuals who express opinions that don’t align with their dogmatic narrative (thanks to Project Veritas), people are being banned and are fleeing in droves to places where they won’t be banned, shadow banned or censored. Gab is the next evolutionary step toward a platform with integrity. It has all the features users love about Twitter, without the libtarded nonsense that most users find repugnant and totalitarian. Best of all, they don’t sell your information to advertisers. You are not a product on this platform, you’re a willing participant.


Minds is also under attack for its support for free speech. It’s a lot like a combination of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube all in one however there’s no algorithm to manipulate what you see. There’s also no filter to prevent you from seeing certain content. This is a great platform that will not censor its users because of the views they express or the content they create. What’s great about Minds is that they don’t force their users to comply with their ideology unlike Facebook which removes posts they don’t agree with by labeling them as spammers or twitter which blocks users from seeing certain content that doesn’t fit the narrative of their particular worldview.