Last year, the Getty team began to notice a growing art history influence among image-makers and creatives who reference classical art in their work. Years ago, I coined the term "Meta Renaissance" to describe some of the work...
If you're in college or planning on going, you may be considering taking a semester or two to study abroad in a different country. Studying abroad is an exciting opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the world around you and the vast number of different cultures in it. You'll try new things, be confronted by new challenges, and meet new and wonderful people!
When I learned about the "27 Club," I think I was 25. I learned about "White Lighters" when I was 26. And when I was 27, for entirely selfish reasons, I thought I was going to die. To die at 27 would mean I was at my Peak, that I had "made it," that I was "a Star"! Who cared about the reality of things? A death at 27 would propel me into fame and cement me in history. But the reality was that I was at a very low point in my artistic career and my life....
An essential part of making connections is leaving those connections with something to remember you by. These can be many things: a joke, an outfit, or something they can hold, such as a card or sticker, and whatever it is, you want it to be good. Here's why I recommend MOO for business cards:
I've been trying out various print-on-demand services to sell my art through, and I've gotten the chance to try out a few different popular services. I recently wrote a blog post about which of these platforms are best for artists, in my opinion. So I'll be approaching this review from not only a buyer's standpoint,... Continue Reading →
I'm all ready to go back to school, with my backpack and pillows! Just kidding. I don't go to school anymore. But I did take a lot of naps. And I did like to be comfortable and stylish. So I'd search out cool artists I wanted to support and buy their stuff. Well, it just... Continue Reading →
I was taking a life drawing class at my community college in the spring of 2010. We had an assignment to draw 25 hands and 25 feet. Our teacher meant for us to draw one "pose" after another on the paper. I knew that would drive me insane, or worse, bore me to tears. I... Continue Reading →