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I joined Redbubble

I finally got around to joining redbubble, yay! Here are some of my favourite products so far:

All of these were painted in acrylics and finished up in photoshop, by the way. 30 more words


Of all the people I ever dealt with in the various branches of the art world – “fine” and commercial – by far the most disreputable (and this includes gallery owners, art dealers, advertising bods, and even agents!!) were the greetings cards companies. 360 more words

Adam Green

MY "DON'T" SERIES - (of greetings cards)

Can’t recall if I already mentioned that for a while I made a modest crust designing greetings cards and I also can’t ┬árecall what on earth the concept was behind this “ 162 more words

Adam Green

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