Culture 3 is the largest web3 culture engine of 2022. Join the family, tell stories that you're passionate about, and make a difference.
Culture3 is a web3 cultural media house, showcasing the best of web3 culture through a framework of artistry, builders, and communities. Our aim is to be the mature and authoritative observation of web3, elevating the tone of the web3 conversation amongst aficionados, newcomers, and those not yet in the space.
We do this by exhibiting the vitality of crypto artists, uncovering the innovations that show how the future will be built on blockchains, and exploring communities to illustrate what web3 is changing about how society functions.
If you’re interested in writing with us, email write@ culture3.com to get in touch. You're welcome to pitch a story, but this isn’t expected.
There are two ways to win on the internet, and we’re built for an era where reaching hearts and minds is more valuable than eyes and ears. We amplify uplifting stories from a diverse and eclectic collection of artists, builders, and communities to elevate the tone of web3 conversation, and help onboard tier 1 brands to web3.
Our Artistry stories feature explorations, reviews, and interviews with leaders across art, film, music, and storytelling, showing how their work is only possible with web3.
Our Builders stories provide insight on how the future is being built on web3, illustrating the genuine opportunities of web3 technologies across all layers.
Our Communities stories tell the tales of new communities built upon web3, existing communities augmented by web3, and how web3 technologies are influencing how society works.
When crafting a pitch, there are some questions you may wish to consider:
- How does this align with one of our categories?
- What is the unexpected or new angle to this story?
- What is the ‘why now’ hook?
- Why are you the best person to tell this story?
What will we likely reject?
- Stories that lack a clear angle on ‘why web3 makes this possible’
- Substance-less lists, bullets of projects, and ideas without real writing attached.
- Pieces that don’t keep our broader audience in mind
For more context, take a look at our Editorial Guide: