How to Market Your Art on Instagram

Instagram is one of the best mediums for young, broke artists who want to feature their work, which is why the term artstagram is big in art circles. Let’s face it. A website is ideal, but with that being said, the cost of maintaining one is oftentimes out of budget for many newcomers. Instagram is […]

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Five Elective Classes Any Illustrator Student should take

Anatomy Class What’re the biggest problems I see with young arts? Proportions, proportions, and proportions. It’s amazing to me how many young artists moving from high school to college have an issue with proper proportions and anatomy. I was in the same boat, too (I still struggle with this myself, so I shouldn’t be the […]

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Finding a Style: Something Old can be Something New

It’s really no secret—all artists have been inspired by something from a different time, artistic movement, or zeitgeist in history. Something that no one really told me is that an artist has to wear many hats. Outside of knowing their craft, an artist has to know marketing, branding, sometimes (depending on the assignment) an architect, […]

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How to find a style

The biggest concern that I have heard from so many young artists who are either first entering art school or entering the workforce is “what is my style?” or “how do I find my style?” This is a fundamental question that we must ask ourselves as artists, because not only does this define our brand, […]

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Utopias and Dystopias: The Worlds of Pierre Cardin and Ane Crabtree

It’s amazing to me how a world of whimsical bubbles, space suits, and retro mod clothes can exist in the same room as the bleak and dimly-lit warning of a distant nightmare that could await humanity. The SCAD FASH show is currently featuring the utopian retro futuristic garments of famous French designer Pierre Cardin and […]

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