Even outside of work, it’s always a good idea to keep the brain working and hungry for more. Whatever you’re up to, make sure you’re always learning. To get an idea of what our artists feed their brains with, we asked them what the most interesting thing they’ve ever learned as an artist is. Check out the quotes below from next week’s printed artists and be sure to check back on Monday to pick up the new tees!
Q: As an artist, what is the most interesting thing you’ve ever learned?
"Since I started my artistic career, I’ve been desperately looking for a ‘style’. Experience told me it’s pointless to look for a style, because it’s been with you the entire time. It’s the result of the perception you have of the world, and it’ll be polished as you keep working. You won’t see the whole forest until you reach a certain amount of work, but at some point, it will be revealed to you." Buy this tee now!
“Personally, I try to follow tons of artists that are better than me (there are so many it’s frustrating) and understand their techniques for achieving great work. Other than skills, I try to find a good balance between procrastination and working hard. It’s tiring. Being humble and nice to others is also essential so karma pats you on the back sometimes.” Buy this tee now!
“I think the most interesting thing I have learned about is the Golden ratio.” Buy this tee now!
“I took semiotics when I was at Faculty of Fine Arts. After that, everything seems different. I’ve gone around like an inspector for some time now.” Buy this tee now!
“A good design doesn’t need to be beautiful, and a beautiful design isn’t necessarily good.” Buy this tee now!
“That’s a really hard question! Let me see. Looking at a lot of different art and graphic design from diverse artists from all the world is important to create a visual encyclopedia in your mind; that way you can solve graphic problems in a lot different ways. Also, the best design ideas comes when I take a shower.” Buy this tee now!