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With the economy on the skids people are thinking a lot more about money, and tax time is approaching fast. So even though this is an art blog several of the items below relate to money and finances. Hey, why not?
The Credit Crisis Visualized — This brief 11-minute animated film does a great job of explaining how we got into the financial mess we are in.
Now That’s A Business Card — Check out this sampling of 60 very creative and very stunning business cards.
10 Tips to the Perfect Portfolio Website — Worth reading. How does your website stack up?
15 Key Elements Every Website Should Have — More tips for designing the perfect website.
25 Useful Financial Rules of Thumb — Here’s some great tips to keep in mind after you bring home the bacon.
50 Tips for Do-It-Yourself Savings Around the House — More good advice on pinching pennies.
How to Handle Tightwads and Charge What You’re Worth — It feels great when you save money, but not so great when clients get cheap on you. Here’s some great advice on handling tightwad clients.
NEA Should Spread the Wealth — I’m highly skeptical of the idea that the government should be spending money on the arts, but for those of you who feel otherwise this idea seems to me like it would be a great way for the government to promote the arts while also saving money or even profiting from it.
Drawing Facial Hair — another great tutorial from Tom Richmond.
Sketchbook Pro 2010 — My friend Robbie Halvorson sent me a heads-up about Sketchbook Pro 2010, the newest release of the popular drawing/sketching software (due out in April). I’ve never used Sketchbook Pro but have heard so many people rave about it that I’m thinking seriously of giving it a go.