I don't know of a good way for graphic artists to quickly and widely showcase their work. There are local art shows, but very often they present many challenges to the artists including publicity, feedback, market, etc. I'd like to open up a sort of "art co-op", where participating artists could catalog and index their art into a single database, and the public could pay a fixed fee per year in exchange for one piece of art at a time, taken from the pool. As an art admirer, you would get to search through thousands of artists' works, pick something that you'd like to try, and it gets delivered to you. As soon as you get tired of it or you see something nicer, you can return it to the pool and pick another (and leave your comments). If you are particularily fond of a piece of art, you can pay the full price and buy it directly from the artist after it's delivered to your home, so you know you've made the right pick. Personally, I'm very picky, but there are certain categories of art which automatically seem to appeal to me. I could set a filter for "pieces of art which have been kept for longer than 4 months", which means they probably don't suck, and then I could set up a new piece of art to be cycled onto my wall every 2 weeks, or something like that. I don't know, it's a work in progress.
Pauline - 2012-03-03 17:48:05
It's a nice phone because of it's brand name, it has a nice fatuere but the disadvantage of this phone is it's hard to type a text message if you are driving. But all in all it's good, but I would suggest the blackberry bold.