The Artist’s Profile

July 27, 2017

Since we started the Matter 7 accelerator program we are doing all kinds of things to improve your experience of DADA, and get more people to enjoy it. One of them is the SHAREABLE ARTIST PROFILE. Now you can share your artist’s profile and, if you are not an artist, you can share the profile of an […]

Drawing Brings People Together

January 16, 2017

DADA said goodbye to 2016 with a fantastic surprise. Some of our artists got together in Valparaíso, Chile to meet each other in person for the first time and draw together with pencils and paper. Our founder Beatriz Helena Ramos flew to Chile from New York, to visit Cromomaníaco and Otro Captore, who live in […]

Featured Artist: Hernán Cacciatore

May 11, 2016

An enormously prolific artist on DADA, Hernán displays a great sense of humor and is versed on an inexhaustible array of topics, from pop culture references to mysticism, movies, music, his hometown of Buenos Aires and more. We love to see with what he will surprise us next. His style is unmistakable and unique. He has […]

Featured Artist: María García

April 25, 2016

At DADA, we have a lot of very creative people who are not professional artists, but who draw with a great innate sense of style. María is one of our most prolific artists. We believe she draws with her mouse, but her imagination and versatility are enormous. Her sense of color and composition is mesmerizing. Her […]

Featured Artist: Thaumatropio

April 22, 2016

A thaumatrope is a 19th Century toy: “A disk with a picture on each side is attached to two pieces of string. When the strings are twirled quickly between the fingers the two pictures appear to blend into one due to the persistence of vision”. The wonderful things one learns when looking for the identity […]

How Online Communities Can Support New Artists

April 5, 2016

Article by Emma Rosser, as seen in The Hype Magazine: In times of austerity, the arts is the first industry to suffer. As the nation still lingers in the shadow of recession, a lack of funding in education and rejection of the arts as a potential career path means in recent years this industry has […]

Women in DADA

March 9, 2016

Since yesterday was International Women’s Day, something we think should happen every day, we thought to honor the wonderful female artists that grace our platform with their talent. We are proud to have an almost even ratio of girls and guys and they all get along famously. But we can’t pass up the opportunity to […]

Celebrating The Art of Conversation

February 19, 2016

On DADA, conversation is an art. We mean this literally: all the conversations are made with art. This week, we are celebrating that we have reached 100,000 users and counting. It’s not only the number of users that we are proud of, but we are humbled, inspired and moved by the creativity, imagination, motivation and […]

Rising Star: Otro Captore

February 2, 2016

Otro Captore is the nom d’artiste of Susana Riveros, an accomplished Chilean artist whom we are lucky to have in DADA.  When an artist starts drawing on DADA it amazes us how we can see a progression and discern a personal style as well as an artistic journey. In Otro’s case, it is wonderful to […]

Rising Star: Cromomaniaco

January 11, 2016

Also known as Felipe Muñoz Vergara, “Cromo”, as we affectionately call him on DADA, has a powerful style and is a master at light and shadow. He is also an excellent storyteller, who comes up with imaginative and surprising sequences, like this “Summer Siesta”: He has a penchant for the surreal. As his nickname suggests, […]


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