Ars Longa was a journal of fine arts, modernist design, and thrift shop archaeology based on the tenet that nicely designed objects and beautiful artworks can be affordably attained by everyone if you just know where to look.
Ars Longa was initially published in 2004 as a downloadable pdf e-zine before quickly evolving into a website and blog that ran until April 2012. Due to recent discoveries, new primary documentation, and advancing research, the site was removed from public view in January 2015. A few important articles and interviews remain online in various venues.
Thank you for your continued support over the years. And remember: life is short, art endures.