Creative blogger Oliver Wetter writes about about advantages amateur artists can take when not being popular.

Being a popular artist can be great when you have followers that do the PR for you and your name is given more value. On the other hand, being a popular artist can give you the constant pressure of producing great artwork, avoiding any controversy, and keeping a certain style of work. Oliver discusses some of these subjects on Fantasio and sheds hope to all artist who might struggle when it comes to their popularity in the social media art realm.

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The Advantages of Being Not Popular

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