We are here today with Luna, @lunaisanartist on Instagram and Twitter, to talk about their artistic journey and their work in the professional sphere! We hope you enjoy the interview, and we invite you to take a look at Luna's Instagram profile to view their work!
Good morning! We're here today with Sara Antonellini, an artist and colourist from Turin. In this interview, she shares her educational and professional journey with us, focusing on the importance of self-care.
We deeply thank Sara for taking the time to talk to us, and we hope you enjoy the interview!
Today we're interviewing @teddiorsa, stage name of Greta Balduzzi! She's sharing her experience in the digital art scene with us, focusing on the origin of her own artistic style as well. Read on for more information about our guest!
If you are interested in @teddiorsa's works, we recommend you to go check her Instagram account and have a look!
We are here today with Mauro Toselli, an artist native to Milan's surroundings. Chief Technology Officer at work, Sketchnoter, Visual Maker and Visual Thinker online. Mauro tells us about the origins of his creativity, sharing methodologies for cultivating it and thoughts regarding the Italian art scene.
You can find more information about the artist and his work at https://www.maurotoselli.com/ , or on Twitter, Instagram and Mastodon at @xLontrax.
Good morning! Our interviews move away once again from the European panaroma, today we immerse ourselves in the art scene of South East Asia. We're interviewing Lou, aka @lsangelina14, an Indonesian digital artist who currently lives in Tokyo.
Check out Lou's Twitter profile if you want to see their work, you won't be disappointed!
We're here today with Kim, aka @meltyrice, an American digital artist whose style primarily focuses on anime aesthetics. In this interview she tells us about the origins of her passion and her opinions regarding the future of art!
You can find Kim on Twitter, Instagram and Twitch as @meltyrice, and if you are interested in a complete catalogue of her artworks, we invite you to go to her website https://meltyrice.art/.
We are here today with Talita Lily, an artist originally from Cuneo who currently works as a mangaka and cartoonist, also collaborating with the foreign scene. You can find Talita on Instagram as @talita._.art!
In the interview she talks about the origin of her art and her opinion on the art scene nowadays.
In 2022 we began interviewing various artists on the European scene (and not!), giving them another means by which to tell their stories. Giving a voice to those willing to share their experiences with us is an honor and an activity we plan to continue.
Today we meet Eero, a Finnish artist who learned to draw through Internet, later broadening his horizons. You can find him on Twitter as @tuonipaints, and on Instagram as @eero.paints.
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Fame leads to temptation: there are dozens, if not hundreds, of cases of influencers promoting - more or less intentionally - NFT or crypto projects that turn out to be scams against their followers. If you are a content creator, would you compromise your reputation by creating or promoting a scam?
There are countless artists inspired by things like Genshin Impact to create fan-made merchandise. But is it legal to do so? And if you want to do it legally, what should you do? An in-depth look at fandom, fanart and commercial exploitation rights.