How many paintings do you think there are out there? In galleries and museums?
A few millions?
And out of them all, there are a handful of paintings so recognizable by people from all over the world and of all ages that they will probably be admired and talked about until the end of what we call human civilization. Continue reading The 10 Most Famous Paintings of All Time
“In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes” – Andy Warhol
Most probably Andy Warhol didn’t have social media in mind when he uttered this phrase, but it does make him appear as some sort of prophet.
Of course, to the ones who are reading this post and are not yet famous, it feels as a false statement. And, even though the most boring person on Twitter still has some hundred followers who don’t know him in real life, it’s far from what people would define as being famous. Continue reading Building a Brand as An Artist
Genre: Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy, Animation, Anthology
Premiere Date: Mar 15, 2019
Creator: Tim Miller
Produced by: David Fincher, Jennifer Miller, Josh Donen, Tim Miller
If you do not have much time, because you need to obsesses about Game of Thrones and stuff like that, I’m just going to say that this animated anthology show is well worth your time, especially considering that most episodes are about fifteen minutes long.
If you have a bit of time, read on. Continue reading [TV Show Review] Love, Death & Robots: Season 1
How much are you willing to pay?
Okay, all jokes aside, “how much” depends on a lot of factors such as:
- Your particular set of skills (can you do your own cover/interior formatting?)
- Relatives/people you know (if your cousin’s a book designer/freelance editor…)
- How big of a book you have (yes, this affects the overall production cost, especially when it comes to editing.)
- The quality you’re aiming for
- Whether or not you’re planning on having both an e-book version and a print version of your book Continue reading How Much Does it Cost to Self-Publish a Book?
I believe that right now there are more artists on this Planet, more writers choosing to self-publish or just posting their stories on blogs, more painters selling prints and original artwork on deviantart, etsy, and the likes, more sculptors, more singers and aspiring movie makers trying to get more subscribers on YouTube than ever before.
And I believe this is a good thing. Modern day technology allows us to achieve our most secret of yearnings: to share our art with the world. Maybe you’re reading this post and you’re telling yourself that you don’t make art for that. You create art just for yourself. But for that to be true, you’d never want anyone to read your stories. You’d be the only one who knows you’re a writer or painter or singer. Continue reading Art and The Internet
Fantastic video showing Keith Haring working. His energy and style. Well worth three minutes of your time.