As an artist, in any field, it's not enough to produce spectacular work. Your art can be the most eye-catching and innovative on the market, but if you aren't able to clearly express your artistic intent, you quickly risk getting lost in the crowd. To that end, an artist statement is an indispensable tool for laying out your art to the public.
Whether you are an artist, graphic designer, or architect, a drawing tablet is an essential tool in this digital age.
With freelancers making up 35% of the American workforce, more and more people are taking the leap to becoming their...
Learning a new skill is easier than you think. While sitting in a classroom might seem like the only option, online classes are now more popular than ever. Art, photography, and design courses are all at your fingertips with sites like Craftsy and CreativeLive. Plus, they're taught by people at the top of their field. This gives you the valuable opportunity hone what you already know—or get acquainted with something that’s brand new.
In 2012, Matt Might, a professor of computer science at the University of Utah, created The Illustrated Guide to the...
Podcasts have exploded over the past few years. (We've got Serial to thank for it.) Now, the once-niche audio format has become mainstream. You can find everything from enthralling true stories to fantastical fiction to hilarious comedy. With such a wide range of topics, there is truly something for everyone—especially if you're in a field like photography, art, and design. We've selected some of the best creative podcasts to educate and inspire you.
With every passing year, more and more art is being sold online as opposed to standard settings.
School might be out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t learn something new.
Aerial photography captures some of the most awe-inspiring views of Earth that we’ve ever seen. Taking cameras to new heights—literally—the vantage points allow us to experience the world from which humans were never meant to do so. History of Aerial Photography Not long after the inaugural image was taken on a camera did adventurous photographers start to snap pictures from the air. The first to attempt this top-down technique was French photographer and balloonist Gaspard-Félix Tournachon.
It sounds cliché to say, but it couldn’t be more true—technology is changing the world at a rapid pace.
This week, why not learn something new? Research shows that gaining a new skill helps to keep your brain sharp.