Before you go self-producing your work dear friends you need to ask yourself a few questions: 1) Are you ready to work a ridiculous amount of hours to make it happen knowing that you might not even make a profit? 2) Are you organized? I mean super duper organized or are you kidding yourself? 3) […]
1. La-Sélection – Inspiration Always & Everywhere Run by Sebastian Bentler, an illustrator and musician from Germany, La-Sélection compiles super inspiring images from around the Internet. Sebastian has a great eye for awesome work. You can see his work at thirtythr33.de and also visit La-Sélection for inspiration. La-Sélection is an image blog, which is updated frequently, featuring the coolest art, […]
If you’re a young photographer or just trying to grow and improve, this is a good guide to start with. 1. YouTube Photography School Start here. There are so many amazing photography tutorials for free online via YouTube. This series is my favorite (and extremely interactive). This will teach you all the basics and more. […]
The Nonsense Society welcomes an artist whose unique medium is tea and ink.
We are leading a creative revolution. Please join us. Our mission is to create, evolve, and keep creating. We encourage artists to push their boundaries and improve the creative world around them. Our code is as follows…
Step 1: Blank Slate Let me start by saying that everyone’s style is different. I personally have a messy style of drawing. Take what you want from this tutorial and leave the rest.
Nonsense Society member Patrick Nietupski shares his thoughts on how to find your niche as an artist. What is a niche and how does one find it? I wish I could say to you that I was a published authority or blogosphere big shot on the subject – something that could give me a sense […]
My photography is a mix of conceptual, dreamlike and psychological themes. I use the art of photography to give a new and different vision of the world and recreate the harmony of what I see, instead of showing reality it as it is. In my body of work the moment is created rather than caught, and pictures tell […]
My tips for teenage photographers: Use the time you have! You may think that being young is a disadvantage when it comes to photography but you couldn’t be more wrong; the best thing about being a teenage photographer is that there isn’t pressure to make money. If you do make money then that’s great but it’s not […]
If an artist can tell a story in one line, it just seems so much more riveting.
Create your brand. Find your audience. Develop your voice. Start a movement.
So you have a camera, the “eye” for fashion, and the urge? Now you want to be a fashion photographer. (I am assuming you know some technique and are a sensible person who shoots manually).
It WILL Happen (So Make It A Goal) On the morning of November 20, 2009 I woke up and rolled over to check my email. Hate mail. Wait a sec, hate mail?! I don’t get hate mail… Suddenly I felt extremely discouraged. I spent the rest of the day considering destroying the Nonsense Society, bleaching […]
With the arrival of the digital camera and how easy it is to upload, we have since seen many videos and articles of people taking a photograph of themselves over a period of days, months and years.