How Brands Have Become Patrons Of The Digital Arts [Headlines]

How Brands Have Become Patrons Of The Digital Arts [Headlines]

Brands have historically funded artists, creating a complicated relationship that balanced art with commerce, but the relationship is evolving to become more collaborative.

Allie Walker
  • 15 may 2012

Advertising dollars have helped digital artists pursue their work with financial backing, but the relationship between brands and artists is a complex balancing act between art and commerce. The Creators Project

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