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Eavesdropper - Snippets From Overheard Conversations Around New York

Mete Erdogan "Eavesdropper" has always drawn and doodled as a kid and it's been his outlet ever since. He considered design as a legitimate career option in 2007 when he visited a Pixar concept art exhibition. Mete was studying journalism at the time because he didn't really know what else he'd be good at to make a living out of. The exhibition just showed him that there are so many applications for people who can imagine and draw; set design, characters, type and graphics, storyboarding, model making, the list goes...

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Brianna Reagan Art - Inspired by Choices and the Experiences

Brianna Reagan was always artistically inclined growing up, and her parents nurtured it well. When she "grew up" she wanted to be a graphic designer for snowboards and skate decks and completed a semester of college in a Graphic Design program in Portland, OR. It was at this time when Brianna realized that she disliked making art on a computer screen and came running back to her inks & paper in Alaska. "Would still love to do a skate/snowboard deck, sometime. Hint. Hint)".   Where do you find your inspiration?...

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Estrella Nicolás - Using Color, Female Figures, Geometric Shapes and Elements of the Universe and Nature

Estrella Nicolás wanted to devote herself to art since she can remember. She has always found in the drawing the peace and tranquility for her soul. Even in kindergarten, Estrella remembers how the other children became jealous to see how she colored the geometric shapes without straying from the edges. She also remembers how she didn't give a damn, when in the playground all kids left her alone on the swings. Estrella thought that to do what she liked was more important to be liked by them. Where do you...

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Jasbutts - Graphic Monster

Jasmine 'Jasbutts' went to university to study animation and storyboarding, though she has been drawing her whole life. She figured out pretty late that there were schools that weren't crazy expensive where she could go to get an art-related degree. At first it seemed impossible but Jasmine was really happy that she was able to discover all the kinds of career opportunities that the animation industry has to offer. After fumbling around trying to find what she wanted to do and struggling a lot, Jasmine started to draw out her...

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Creativity Explored - Featured Non-Profit Partner

Creativity Explored is a dynamic nonprofit art center and gallery where artists with developmental disabilities have been creating, exhibiting and selling their art for over 32 years. Located in the vibrant cultural and dining corridor that transverses San Francisco’s Mission District, Creativity Explored provides studio workspace, materials and mentoring by a team of professional artists, and exhibition space and career opportunities for approximately 135 studio artists per year. Creativity Explored establishes studio artists’ work as an emerging and increasingly important contribution to the contemporary art world.   When and where...

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