Art licensing can seem pretty overwhelming when you’re just getting started. With sufficient patience and knowledge of the biz from an artist who’s been working in the industry – you can make strides in creating a lucrative revenue stream to your growing art biz. Derek Wicks is a great source for information and support […]

Create your art once and then develop merch, licensing and print offerings to maximize your return on your art.

Make great stuff that people love and offer it to them in a variety of forms.

The “Merch Artists” are the illustrators, designers, painters, cartoonists and artisans that are creating pop culture inspired art and merchandise for sale directly to the consumer. They have become more plentiful as the rise of Comic, Sci-fi, Fantasy and Pop Culture conventions have become more popular. The “Geek as mainstream creates a huge market for merch artists.

I do a lot of the style work on my website. Not the actual functioning of the style sheet – but like pretty things in the side bar and pretty interest in the blog post itself. I don’t actually know HOW to code – I’m a copy & paste fraud. All the hard lifting is […]

Today we talk about social media automation and a new tool I found that I love more than Edgar. It’s free too.

But writing is important. Writing is a bridge to your art. It’s a way for people to connect.

3 tips to publish unsucky blog posts.

New York City is one of the most eclectic art scenes in the world for artists and visitors. Symbols of artistic recognition and fame include prominent museums, leading edge galleries, cutting edge artists, top art critics, and trade shows like Art Expo.

Avoid the artists who tells you that they’ve “done it” and “it doesn’t work.” These artists will tell you that they contacted the right people, sent out the correct material, created the work that the public wanted, and even after doing all of this, they still didn’t get anywhere.