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we’ll be taking another break from posting. while we’re away be sure to check the archives (or spice it up by clicking the random tab).

happy art-ing


1,000

It’s official, we’ve just passed the 1,000 followers mark! Thanks to everyone, hope you’ve been enjoying our postings thus far.


uncommon-place asked: Thank you so much! - Casey Robertson

You’re welcome! Keep up the great work.


benjamincookart asked: wonderful blog! do you accept submissions?

we do! email submission instructions are listed on our about page, and tumblr submission can be accessed here.


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idigitalfaun:

SOURCE: Forbes.com
This is all kinds of scary. Yahoo are obsessed with acquisitions of sites that execute services better as a way of getting you to use their product. The death sentence that was handed to Flickr through Yahoo’s integration is a prime example of how fast things can go a-wry in a simple business move. 
It’s hard to fault David Karp if that number is really true though. A guy that never finished high school to making a billion dollar business deal is difficult to root against but I do hope that he holds up to his word when he discussed the possibility of a buyout in Forbes’ December issue as mentioned in the above source article.

He didn’t want to get “absorbed into a behemoth of another company and raided for talent and traffic.” But he also mentioned being open to “acquisitions that leave the company alone….There are a lot of paths for us.”

Yahoo’s integration strategy is rarely a case of attempting to get their established audience to use their new product, rather the reverse, ill-fated attempts at trying to push their current services on the existing users of a new acquisition. 

is this the beginning of the end?

idigitalfaun:

SOURCE: Forbes.com

This is all kinds of scary. Yahoo are obsessed with acquisitions of sites that execute services better as a way of getting you to use their product. The death sentence that was handed to Flickr through Yahoo’s integration is a prime example of how fast things can go a-wry in a simple business move. 

It’s hard to fault David Karp if that number is really true though. A guy that never finished high school to making a billion dollar business deal is difficult to root against but I do hope that he holds up to his word when he discussed the possibility of a buyout in Forbes’ December issue as mentioned in the above source article.

He didn’t want to get “absorbed into a behemoth of another company and raided for talent and traffic.” But he also mentioned being open to “acquisitions that leave the company alone….There are a lot of paths for us.”


Yahoo’s integration strategy is rarely a case of attempting to get their established audience to use their new product, rather the reverse, ill-fated attempts at trying to push their current services on the existing users of a new acquisition. 

is this the beginning of the end?


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We’ve been featured on the booooooom Ultimate Art+Photo Tumblr List!  Make sure to check out the complete list HERE to follow some of the best blogs in the tumblr arts community.

We’ve been featured on the booooooom Ultimate Art+Photo Tumblr List!  Make sure to check out the complete list HERE to follow some of the best blogs in the tumblr arts community.


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Hey, now we’re over the 300 follower mark!
Thanks flyoverart!

Hey, now we’re over the 300 follower mark!

Thanks flyoverart!


angelinmyarms-deactivated201311 asked: hey man so i see some North Hampton stuff in your stuff. You live there or in MA at least. I only ask because my wife and I are moving there soon :)

nope, never been to north hampton actually, but it’s probably a great little new england town.  close to the berkshires no less!

we live on the internet, mostly.. 


Mystery Box! Awesome Art!

Need to find new art?  Too lazy to search the archives or directory?  Then click our Random button!  It’s like reaching into a mystery jar of delicious art flavored candy!


We haven’t been around for forever but already we’ve racked up some amazing stuff here at beyond 9th avenue.  If you’re still new to our tumblr or haven’t done so before make sure to take a look at the way back machine (or if you’re feeling frisky you can click our random page).

You can also search artists by state/city or medium OR just browse the whole flippin’ directory (it’s not ONLY New Yorkers, honestly).

More ways to find everything you didn’t know you were looking for.  Safe travels.


fortrevoryoung asked: Thanks for sharing my work. -Trevor

Absolutely! Thanks for being awesome


Happy New Year!!

From all of us at In The New Frontier, Fly Over Art and Beyond 9th Avenue
We wish you all a Happy New Year and more great art in 2013!
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inthenewfrontier:

This is a common misconception on this tumblr (and others), that the artwork in each post (especially in Photography posts) was created in the city/state listed in each post - in this case Missy Prince’s Portland, Ore.  Listed cities though are only posted in order to categorize where each artist is from - which is the entire premise of this site.  But, unsurprisingly, the internet is full of derp and a lot of people don’t take the time to read our about page.

Just wanted to throw that out there.  On a warmer note, thank you to all of our followers, we hope you’ve enjoyed our postings thus far.


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Finally broke the century mark (what took so long?).  Hurray for small achievements!

Finally broke the century mark (what took so long?).  Hurray for small achievements!


Best of 2012

beyond 9th avenue’s “BEST posts of 2012”

  1. Ben Aronson | Painting | Boston, Massachusetts - 381 notes
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  2. Angela Fraleigh | Painting | Allentown, Pennsylvania - 232 notes
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  3. Sean Stewart | Photography | New York, New York - 178 notes
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According to the best of tumblr tool (really, only 3 posts?).  What were some of your favorites?