Is being weird a bad thing when it comes to art?Read more "If You Are Weird, This Is Why You Should Be Happy About It"
Art is not only fun and enjoyable for children, but it also has numerous benefits that can help with their development and growth.
However, some parents may be tempted to discourage their children from being creative.
Learn more about why this is not only wrong, but also dangerous.Read more "Stop Robbing Your Child of Their Creativity"
This book is an invaluable resource for art students, aspiring artists, and professional artists who want to learn all there is to know about successfully navigating the world of art.
Worth reading!Read more "Book of the Week #25 – “Business of Being an Artist”"
Searching for an appealing TED Talk on the internet might feel overwhelming since there are lots of them, but no worries;
I watched a bunch of them and selected 3 of the ones I think will be the most beneficial for creatives and artists!Read more "3 TED Talks about Creativity Every Artist Must Watch"
Artists need to be educated on how to survive in the art field, exhibit, and earn money, without selling out.
This book explains how to be a professional artist and new methods to define and realise what success means.Read more "Book of the Week #24 – “Making It in the Art World”"
Creativity and Productivity can be easily improved just by tricking our brains a bit..
Happy to tell you it’s actually easier than you think!
With this 6 tips you’ll be able to see lots of improvement already. Feel free to add more or modify some of them 😀Read more "6 Time and Productivity Management Tips for Creatives"
Does an apple a day keep the art block away?
For sure this exercise helped me a lot, even well 6 years after doing it the first time in art school!Read more "Weekly Exercise 5 – Draw the same object everyday changing technique/style"
We can become very good at something (NOT perfect), but also we must start from somewhere.
And here the issue starts.
Do you ever wonder “What is going on inside their heads?”
We can say Debbie Millman really helped us to clarify our big doubts about it, doesn’t she?
Nineteen interviews with the big names in the design industry are the key element of this super inspiring book.Read more "Book of the Week #23 – “How to Think Like a Great Graphic Designer”"
burnout from social media is, unfortunately, a relatively common issue of our times.
Since the quality of the content you create for your audience and the way you engage with them also suffers a lot from burnout.. we better create an healthy relationship with social media!
These 4 simple tips might help ❤Read more "4 Ways to Avoid Social Media Burnout as an Artist"