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October 15, 2020

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Photo © Jan Erik Waider

During the last few months, Colossal has been evaluating our relationships with massive companies in lieu of more equitable options. In February, we stopped directing buyers to Amazon in favor of Bookshop, which directly supports independent bookstores. Although we will continue publishing to platforms like Facebook and Instagram, we’ve begun to deemphasize our growth in those spaces. Those who want to keep Colossal in their feeds always can find us on Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, and Flipboard, and now, Mix (formerly StumbleUpon) and LinkedIn, too. We also will be removing services from Google⁠ and other data-hungry trackers in favor of privacy-based analytics and tools.

Going forward, the best way to stay up to date with the latest in art, design, and visual culture is to sign up for our email newsletters. We offer both a short daily option, which includes the previous day’s articles and a pick from our 10-year archive, and a weekly update with a recap of the best articles of the week. Both newsletters often include interesting news we don’t share anywhere else. Check out some previous editions, and sign up.

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