What is it?
Sartle is a collection of stories that combines serious art history with snarky observations and hilarious, strange and shocking facts for you to enjoy.
What does it do?
Sartle tells stories about art, often including the exciting stuff art history books skip, while ignoring much that is probably important to hoity-toity art historians.
How could I use it?
Sartle can be used to answer all-important questions like “Hmm, how many penis-related works of art are located in the city of Paris?” A quick Sartling, and presto! One has a map of Paris with the results of a meticulously documented penis artwork collection superimposed. You can even search for artworks featuring cows in Amsterdam, bad relationships in London, or mustaches in San Francisco.