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  • Robin Bird

    The ARTINFO Bookshelf: 40 Books That Every Artist Should Own, Part I Also, advice - take semiotics course/art + imagery "reading" course if can. For jobs: What can you do that is unique to YOU. Use your experiences for your art. Use local imagery and inspiration. Use your connections to build meaningful relationships & opportunities (Karen + wood block), branch out - useful design (ex. shoes, cars).

  • annmaier

    ArtInfo's list of must-have books about art, aesthetics, etc.

  • Merriah Lamb

    Bookshelf: 40 Books That Every Artist Should Own, Part I #artbooks #art

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