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John Lechner Art

By Appointment, Bolwarra Heights, NSW, 2320

Delivers to or Services Australia-Wide (Online only)

We help create great workspaces with a positive culture.

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Blackbook Ink: Chullora

PO Box 5137, Chullora, NSW, 2190

We can bring any ideas to life! Sydney Best Commercial Artist. Fast Turnaround Times. Award Winning Artist. Free Revisions. We can do anything such as Interactive Art Demo, Live Murals, Personal Product Customisation, Street Art, and more.

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AnArtery

By Appointment, Iluka, WA, 6028

Oil pastels, acrylic paint, pencil and charcoal. Portraits. Landscape paintings. Abstract acrylic paintings.

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Art To Kingdom

3 Sassafras Pl, Isabella Plains, ACT, 2905

We specialise in short run releases printed on the finest quality stock using archival standard inks. Such as limited edition art, mad max art, music art, fine art, collectible prints, wall art, art prints, limited prints.

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AndyK

By Appointment, Beechboro, WA, 6063

Graphic designer, Artist & Racer, combining skills & passion to provide a service to fellow revheads.

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Ross Tamlin

By Appointment, Bondi, NSW, 2026

Ross Tamlin is a Contemporary Artist who has spent several years at Studio 1+2 in the inner Sydney suburb of Rozelle. Ross Tamlin is a corrugated signage art specialist from Australia.He was born in Herne Bay, Auckland Harbor, NZ in 1958. Creativity is in his genes. Ross' father was very good at drawing, a talent he picked up from his mother. Ross' mother was a gifted opera singer although she did not pursue a professional career. Her mother had starred in the film Broken Barrier, the first major movie to be made in NZ since the end of WW2.

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Matthew George Design Pty Ltd

By Appointment, Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113

I create high-impact marketing material. Famous Australian Graphic Designer with outstanding experience and expertise to elevate your brand. We can make your business go viral.

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User Guide To Commercial Artists

Commercial Art

Commercial art is typically defined as creative work done for pay. It can be in the form of a press or TV advertisement, the packaging of a box of cereal, a cartoon, a website or even a DVD.

Various genres of Commercial Art
  • Commercial Character Design or more commonly, advertising creative work is one of the most common and well paid forms of commercial art. Examples are billboards, murals and internet animation.
  • Photography; which can include fashion, food, still-life, wild life, wedding and photo journalism
  • Television commercials & music videos
  • Animation; like the work done for Shrek
  • Design which could involve fashion design or interior design.
How to Assess a Suitable Commercial Artist
Past experience

During your assessment you may want to consider:

  • The type of work done in the past. For example, was it mostly graphic design, TV commercials or music videos?
  • What companies has the commercial artist worked for?
  • Level of involvement in each project. For example, was he or she running the show as opposed to assisting or being responsible for just a single aspect of the whole production?
  • Is there a website or a portfolio uploaded on the web for frequent viewing?
  • Market reputation including the opinion of previous clients and associates.
Qualification

There are various methods of acquiring an education in commercial art. You may want to assess whether the potential commercial artist has some form of formal training in the field, as it adds further credibility. These include

  • Formal degree, like a university or college degree
  • Diploma granted from an institute of repute
  • On-the-job training which can be assessed by number of years of experience
Availability

You may want to check if the candidate will be available during the time that you need the work done. This is essential as good commercial artists tend to be heavily in demand, and you may want to discuss your timeline and required commitments before you make the final call.

A great way to discover options in the world of commercial art is to visit www.australiacouncil.gov.au

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Robert

30 Jan 2013

An Australian Gem in all ways of the Arts.

Robert King Crawford

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Steve

13 Mar 2012

Inkslinger Art is unique, professional, and bloody good at what they do. They get all my design work...
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Inkslinger Art & Design Pty Ltd

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Goulnara

14 May 2011

I would strongly recommend this art gallery to anybody. It is certainly a tourist attraction.

Metamorphosis Art Gallery

Unit 7, 16 Yampi Way, Willetton, WA
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Gail

27 Jun 2010

Exceptional work, a true artist, beautifully presented and priced right.

Danny Maloney

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