My wife is cleaning the closet in the house where she grew up. We ended up with two piles of stuff. One to the trash, the other to be sold. The responsibility of selling my wife’s unwanted goes to my mother-in-law, who has been actively cleaning up and selling goods from her house after the
The success of a big project is the result of the success of many small projects, and the success of each small project is made of the success of many small tasks.
When I think of reaching out to my audience, it usually means posting on social media, for obvious reasons For one, it doesn’t cost money to post (doesn’t mean it is free). Second, feedback loop is short. Within minutes, I get likes and comments on my post. Third, there are so many tools out there
It came up to me several times recently. Gallery owners and store managers ask if I have any masterpiece to show or for sale. I tell them honestly that I don’t have masterpieces, because everything I make is on an iPad. It is the norm, as far as I can see, that many artists still
The Okinawa Map sticker ad that brought in all the business I ran an ad for the Okinawa Map “Buy Local Art” sticker. As soon as that ad went out, sales from the online shop went up. What I did a little differently this time is I expend the target to people in the US
The idea of social media is to make sharing information easier. However social media seems to be going the opposite way, as it has been becoming more and more a gatekeeper. In order for your message to reach more people, you now have to pay. How else can we spread a message if we don’t