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The Brooklyn Art Library now offers Art Club Subscription Box

Everyone’s favorite art library – er, the only art library? – recently launched a subscription box called Art Club “designed to keep you inspired.”

If you’re not familiar, the Brooklyn Art Library is home to The Sketchbook Project, an internationally crowd-sourced collection of 35,000 original artist sketchbooks created around the globe.

Brooklyn Art Library at 28 Frost Street

With over one million sketchbook spreads housed within their library walls at 28 Frost Street, BAL is a platform for visitors to connect with artists they may never have come across otherwise. And so much more!

Brooklyn Art Library’s Art Club Subscription Box

The new Art Club subscription box, starting at $15/month or a $160/year, ships monthly and includes:

* One 5×7 Gallery Quailty Print
* Bio card about the artist
* 2-3 premium art supplies recomended by the artist each month
* Exclusive Discounts to Supplies
* FREE Shipping

For more information, visit online or in-person, IRL!

Brooklyn Art Library
@thesketchbookproject
28 Frost Street

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The Sketchbook Project Is A Garden Of Artistic Goodness

The Brooklyn Sketchbook Project
Photo: Christine Stoddard

If you spent your childhood lusting after the library in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” there’s a place in Williamsburg you have to visit. It’s called the Brooklyn Art Library and it’s the home to The Sketchbook Project, a collection of more than 35,000 sketchbooks from artists in 135 countries, and the space’s main attraction. Every single sketchbook in the collection is on display and available for your perusal. All you have to do is swing by 28 Frost Street Thursday through Saturday for looksie. Continue reading

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