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You know who’s a smart cookie? Illustrator Meg Hunt, that’s who. Artists, take notes:
…I’ve decided to put together Print Club, a tiered membership offering that will give fans the prints they love before anybody else! Alpha-Level members get four prints (prints to be released will be either screenprint or letterpress, depending on what I fancy to make), Beta-Level members get two, and Gamma-Level supporters get one print of their choice. The process is simple- sign up for a membership and you’ll get put on a secret Print Club mailing list. A week before prints are announced to the public, Print Clubbers will get an email announcement sharing new prints. Respond back and choose the prints you want, and you’ll get them mailed out right away.
/via Meg Hunt (Big Cartel)

You know who’s a smart cookie? Illustrator Meg Hunt, that’s who. Artists, take notes:

…I’ve decided to put together Print Club, a tiered membership offering that will give fans the prints they love before anybody else! Alpha-Level members get four prints (prints to be released will be either screenprint or letterpress, depending on what I fancy to make), Beta-Level members get two, and Gamma-Level supporters get one print of their choice. The process is simple- sign up for a membership and you’ll get put on a secret Print Club mailing list. A week before prints are announced to the public, Print Clubbers will get an email announcement sharing new prints. Respond back and choose the prints you want, and you’ll get them mailed out right away.

/via Meg Hunt (Big Cartel)

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To calculate the price-per-square-inch of a work of art is simple: you multiply the length of the piece by its width to get the number of square inches, and then you divide the price of the piece by the number of square inches.

Art Marketing by Chris Tyrell

Fine artists: How do you price your paintings? Most of us have absolutely no idea how to price our own work (or we have a disdain for this task because we feel it cheapens our craft). Chris Tyrell comes to the rescue once again with his typically sound advice, and some very simple math. Say thank you.