The art consignor’s guide to writing a website article | Illustration by Matt Calkins | Illustrations by Matt Kline | Design and web design | Design is cool, right?
If you love designing for a living, then you’ve probably got a portfolio to sell.
If you’re a website designer, you’ll probably have a bunch of great work that you want to share with the world.
And you probably have your own blog and Pinterest page to promote your work too.
We’ve compiled some of the best art consigning ideas from around the web to help you out with your first few website designs.
We’ll also show you how to get a professional design job and what you need to know to make the most of your portfolio.
What are art consigned?
Art consignments are the artworks you’ve created and are working on that you don’t want anyone to see.
This includes things like art prints, artwork, and sculptures, but also things like jewelry, paintings, paintings of animals, and artwork.
This is the perfect opportunity to get your portfolio together and share your work.
Art consigning is a popular way to get paid, so we’re including the pros at the bottom of this post.
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