I’m happy that I followed our passion and went to university for graphic design.
- Even though I am struggling to enter the workforce like anyone our age, I have indispensable skills that can be used in a variety of unusual sectors.
Some of our friends went directly into the art world while others ventured into marketing and advertising. Even though the money is consistent, I don’t guess how satisfied I would be doing something like that when I need a creative outlet that isn’t so restrictive and serious. At the same time, making labels and branding for local corporations requires as much dedication as self-control because you’re making something for a unusual woman. Your task is to make the buyer happy and to keep your artistic indulgences to yourself. Recently I designed a poster for a local band and they were so happy that I gained various separate referrals from them to their friends for more work. I’m looking for used printer equipment that I can use to make all of our posters in-house, the a singles that I have sold thus far were printed at a commercial printing service after I designed them on our kindle. But if I can find used printer equipment that I can use for making custom posters, I could get the ball rolling with this being a long term business. It’s not necessarily pursuing our passion, but it’s better than laboring a 9 to 5 in a tiny cubicle anywhere for a corporation that views me as disposable. Since I’m not yet 100% sure if this corporation venture will toil out, I am only looking for used poster printing equipment for now. I will only invest in new poster printers if the corporation takes off. But from the looks of things, there’s a fantastic chance that it might.