How to Market Your Artworks on Social Media

If you’re an artist by profession or an artist by heart, there would be instances when you would see so much potential in a particular artwork you’ve done that you would have the immediate inclination to sell it.   However, bringing your artworks out for the whole world to

How to Become a Better Graphic Designer

Graphic design, like a few other fields, has a very high ceiling for improvement. The definition of “best” is often changed or pushed further. And as the industry continues to evolve, designers are provided with the much needed incentive to never stop learning and improving, especially when a new

4 Things to Consider When Setting Up an Online Art Store

  One of the ways artists get attention online is if people are already aware of their work and would like to see more. A simple Google search and voila! Their personal websites, their artwork, all of it will appear for everyone’s viewing pleasure.   But what if people

10 Sites Where You Can Sell Your Digital Artworks

Artists nowadays have a lot going for them. Back then, the only way for artists to sell their artworks is by getting handpicked by curators so that they can get their works displayed in galleries and exhibits. To get here, they need to network and promote their works to

Fueled by Failure: Successful Artists Who Overcame Rejection

Success is something everybody strives for, regardless of field of interest. For artists, success is achieved by excelling in the arts and getting people to recognize that they are one of the best in their respective mediums. Regarding the latter, this is seen by how art collectors are willing to pay for

Animorphia: An Extreme Coloring and Search Challenge Book by Kerby Rosanes

Coloring books are no longer confined to being a kid’s artistic pastime. Adults (Yes, you!) can now also enjoy the challenges of turning a book’s black and white pages into colorful masterpieces. Just like when you were a kid!   Philippine-based master doodler, Kerby Rosanes, has just the right

Times When Designing and Writing Go Hand in Hand

Designing and writing may share the same creative space but both seems to be mutually exclusive from each other. There are great designers who aren’t good writers, while there are sublime writers who can’t design to save their lives.   There are solutions that bridge the gap between writers looking

Artist Paints Seaside Murals While Balancing on His Paddle

New York based artist Sean Yoro (aka Hula) rides on his surfboard to paint wall and hyper-realistic portraits of women, at the edge of the water. These fresco’s, made with acrylic paint, reflect on water and the women seem bathing or almost drown in the middle of the waves.

This Pen Lets You Write and Draw on Any Surface Virtually

Phree lets you write, draw, annotate, and express yourself in countless other ways. On virtually any surface.   You will never forget an idea again in case you have no paper to write on with it. This amazing pen lets you translate your ideas into drawings and notes and

Your Guide to Creating a Successful Design Inspiration Blog

Building a successful blog may sound like a daunting task. But what was once a complicated process has been demystified and broken down into simple procedures that even a layman will easily understand. This is due to the numerous online guides out there – like the one from First Site