I put up a bunch of my things for sale on Society6. You can buy cheap prints of my art. I'd love you for it.
Jacob Zinman-Jeanes (aka :devsereneworx: interviewQ: Hi Jacob, firstly, thank you for taking the time to talk with us. Could you start off by giving us a brief introduction? How did you come to be an artist? Do you have any formal training as an artist?Jacob Zinman-Jeanes (aka :devsereneworx: interview by ~BDT466
A: Thanks for the interview! I guess I'm an artist, although I'd hesitate to call myself one in public, given that it's a bit of a broad term and implies that I'm a drug-fuelled bohemian. And I'm nearly 99% sure I'm not a drug-fuelled bohemian. I've not had any formal training (yet) beyond having gone to Steiner schools from kindergarten to 12th grade. The Steiner education system is very art/creativity-centricalthough it's not for everyone.
But to answer your question: I make things out of necessity. If I didn't create anything, I'm not sure what I'd do with myself.
Q: You are currently working for Envato as one of their in-house designers, how do you find working there? Also, what does your job entail at the aforementioned company?