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The Plight of the Artist

Furthermore, the commodification and commercialization of a market for cultural purposes during the nineteenth century (and the concomitant decline of aristocratic, state, or institutional patronage) forced cultural producers into a market form of competition that was bound to reinforce processes of ‘creative destruction’ within the aesthetic field itself. 86 more words

Human Interest

Commercial Creativity Feeds from the Underground Scene in Any City

Often the world of commercial creativity goes into a brick wall. A creative block of its own quality and nature, which becomes evident when one recognises the pattern of what gathers the most attention from followers of a particular art form. 1,564 more words


Rebecca Stahr

Title: Artist
Company: Rebecca Stahr Artist, LLC
Location: Grayslake, IL United States

Following her passion, Rebecca Stahr attended the American Academy of Art in Chicago, where she studied advertising, graphic design and illustration. 175 more words

Graphic Design

Jules Cheret - The Father of Modern Poster Art

Jules Cheret is referred to the to the father of the modern poster. He was a French painter who became a master of Belle Epoque poster art. 658 more words




Life is often interpreted as a series of milestones; the older you get, the greater the distance between them. Also they seem more familiar—second marriage, second child, moving house, changing job and/or lifestyle—that kind of thing. 1,171 more words


Fulfilling Art

Think of the last time you made fulfilling art:

Why did you make it?



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