Monthly Archives: November 2011

Nicole Etienne + Duggal = The Silver Metallic Canvas

“ I was hooked like a Magpie to shiny things,” said Nicole Etienne the young painter acclaimed for her oil paintings on canvas, of her first encounter with print materials at Duggal. Painters are not among our most frequent clients, … Continue reading

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Student Creativity: One Judge’s Thoughts

Julie Lieberman from SCAD, Savannah College of Art and Design, recently invited me to speak to the illustration department students about marketing and promotion. We made it fun with a contest to design an Altpick postcard that would be sent … Continue reading

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Korn Session by Rick Wenner

I was in between meetings at a portfolio review event in New York City last week when I received a phone call from a number that looked very familiar. When I answered the call I was happy to hear that … Continue reading

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Anastasia Vasilakis’ 25 Days In Berlin

These images are my travelogue of the 25 days I spent in Berlin. I jumped the sea to see where a new love would go. I followed my heart and a voice. Literally. Berlin was the backdrop to the mysterious, lush, all … Continue reading

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Is Social Media Crucial or Trivial?

Courtesy of Agency Access: http://agencyaccess.com To tweet or not to tweet? Not such a silly question these days. Do you show the man (warts and all) behind the wizard? Do they want the wizard after all? And not the less … Continue reading

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Verona Italy: A Cornucopia of Culture

Verona, the original, home of Romeo and Juliet, is a relatively small city. Notwithstanding this, it’s gusto for culture is big and global. The mix runs from traditional to cutting edge, frequently hand in hand. A September weekend is a … Continue reading

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