Welcome to the Anti Social Art Club Webring!

This is a webring intended to connect artists from around the World Wide Web outside of the typical social media platforms (Instagram, Tumblr, DeviantArt, etc.)

With the standardization of using social media to share art, it has become increasingly difficult to deal with Media Conglomerates and their ridiculous antics: from the enigmatic algorithms, to reducing privacy for its users.

We hope to connect like-minded artists who want a safer, independent, and less user-hostile web, where we can share our art without having to conform to very restrictive platforms.

Club Members

Website Name Website URL
𝕓𝕚𝕜𝕠𝕓𝕒𝕥𝕒𝕟𝕒𝕣𝕚 https://bikobatanari.art/
SUKIYAKI CITY https://sukiyaki.city/
PLEURODELINAE https://pleurodelinae.neocities.org/
Moth's Hovel https://melxdiq-mxth.neocities.org/
Suntooth https://suntooth.neocities.org/
O'BritKnee's Sanctuary https://obritsdoomingsanctuary.neocities.org/

How to Join

We do have some requirements for entry, but they are very simple:

If you'd like to join, e-mail us at submit [at] antisocialart [dot] club with your website URL and your website name which you would like to be displayed in the Club Members list and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. If you're still not sure whether your site fits, you can still submit a request and we'll look over it.

Since we cannot list every dos or don'ts, we hold the right to remove any site if we deem it to be not fit for the webring. Furthermore, a denied submission may not come with a reply e-mail (especially if it's something really obvious, ie. a website with no artwork).

Webring Banner

The banner by default looks like this:

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The banner can be stylized however you want to fit your website, including the logo. Instructions as to how to change the banner's attributes will be e-mailed to you, along with the banner's code, after you are accepted into the webring.


This webring operates with onionring.js. Big thanks to those who developed it.
The background image is from a piece of work by M. C. Escher.