When French painter Jean Dubuffet first originated the concept of Art Brut in the 1940s, the art of the untrained visionary was very much a minority interest. From its almost secret and clandestine beginnings, Outsider Art has gradually become a major interest in today's contemporary art scene. Today, 'Raw Vision' is the world's only international magazine devoted to the genre, covering outsider, contemporary folk, and visionary art in a full color, quarterly publication hailed by the Wall Street Journal, David Bowie, and Brian Eno. With no connection to art movements, art colleges, or conventional art museums and galleries, outsider art is a refreshing contrast to much of today's mainstream offerings. With specialist museums opening on both sides of the Atlantic, with an ever-growing literature, and an increasing body of collectors and enthusiasts, outsider art is here to stay - as is 'Raw Vision'.