SOS (via PoorSailor)
from what she says: “Here in Spain people think that artists, illustrators and creative people in general, are working for free. Almost everyone doesn´t realize that we are making a very important and useful work for society. Everything manufactured has a design process, just imagine a world without creativity. Your clothes, books, magazines, your homes… how would it all look like without a creative´s work? Could you stand a world like that?
But no, there is a very deep belief that is not fair to pay for “doodles” and so “unuseful stuff that is just for decoration”“
maybe someone reading this can help this amazing artist make a living?
If you’re a week and a bit behind like me, you possibly haven’t heard about the brand new Polaroid films yet. These three films - Chocolate, Sepia and Blue - were developed before Polaroid began closing their factories doors and are available at Polapremium.
They are ridiculously expensive so put them on your last minute Christmas wish list before the limited stock disappear. It is rumoured that the sale of these films could affect the future production of Polaroid film. Whether this is a reconsideration on Polaroid’s part, or a company buy out, nobody really knows, but I want some anyway.