Announcing Drawn to Business: the business book for artists & designers.
Hey DA friends! We wanted to take a moment to tell you about the new book we just released called Drawn to Business written by Go Media founder William Beachy.
After two long years, we're proud to offer our latest treasure of insight into the business of the working artist and designer. It's our most ambitious product to date and our mission of helping fellow creatives was the driving force behind our new book. We have also put together a couple packages with lots of bonus goodies for every budget.
The book itself is 382 pages of beautifully designed content inclu
Hello GMZ readers! If you're looking for the video from last Thursday's live broadcast, you've come to the right place.
We wanted to summarize some of the things that were said during Jeff's live broadcast about his ebook Thread's Not Dead. First, the recorded version of the broadcast. Since it was a big first time for all of us, we ran into the unavoidable technical difficulties, but oh well. In the end, it all went rather well and smoothly.The recorded videos, however, might have a few gaps here and there. I also wish we could have a recording of the chat window to follow along.
The video is divided into 10 parts which happened uni
Ladies and gentlemen, we have the pleasure to announce something awesome.
By now, you all know that Jeff released his first ebook - entitled Thread's Not Dead - about the apparel design industry.
If not, here's a friendly introduction to its content:
TND - What's Inside...
What if the most prolific and influential people in the modern t-shirt design scene got together and discussed everything they wish they knew when they started?
That's exactly what we have here.
Inside these 10 chapters is 117 pages of essential strategy pulled from the success and failures of some of the best in the biz.
Key topics include design, freelancing, band
I found you! You know what? I saved your graffiti brush set ([link] to my disk years ago and I somehow lost the source because I forgot to give it a . You know what? I couldn't live without it anymore. Thank you so much for the years and years of support, although you didn't know about it in my case Thanks.