Creative outlets and recognition for non “artists”

Before the Internet, creatives were locked in a cage of the unknown. With the Internet, creativity has been mostly buried in the abundance of content.

But now there are websites that want to make the undiscovered known. is one of them. It hosts a community of artist work that ultimately gets judged by fans. Recently, an artist with the most votes won special placement on a Times Square billboard.

Commercializing art outside the galleries gives normal creatives the incentive to contribute more. Like musicians, artists don’t need labels to spread the word for them. The online fans will reward them.

“Great talent deserves endless attention.” (link)

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.