I’ve been following the artist Adebanji Alade on Facebook for a little while now and today I came across this video of him talking about his life as an artist and how he got to where he is now. I loved how his passion for his work was so evident as he was talking and I wanted to share this video because of the simple, sound advice he has for all of us who are artists:
If you’d like to see more of his work, please check out his website here: Adebanji Alade
Until next time
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I’ve had an exciting delivery today of some new greeting cards that I ordered from Moo. I’ve ordered some of my oldies but goodies too but it’s the new ones that are making me smile.
Here’s a little sneak peek:
I can’t wait to add them to my shop because I’ve worked hard this year so far to produce new work and I’d love to see what response I get to these new cards.
I also ordered some business cards from Moo with new images on the back:
Don’t you just love Moo? I do!
I’ll blog again when my Etsy shop is fully restocked with both new and old favourites
Till next time,
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Tagged african american, afro, afro caribbean, art, cards, creativesque, etsy, greeting cards, illustration, moo, natural hair, new work, Stacey-Ann Cole, watercolor, watercolour