Physics + Photos: Meet Davide Greco

27 March 2017

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Physics + Photos: Meet Davide Greco

When Davide Greco discovered multipotentiality, it was like a lightbulb went off in his mind. This is a pretty normal reaction. We humans are always relieved to discover that we’re not as weird and alone as we feared. However, for Davide, this realization was doubly inspirational. Not only did he now understand himself better, he […]

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How To Turn Your Art into a Renaissance Business (Case Study)

20 November 2014

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How To Turn Your Art into a Renaissance Business (Case Study)

A lot of multipotentialites are artists. It’s actually pretty rare to meet one that isn’t versed in at least one artistic medium. Some multipods view their art as a hobby, while others seek to elevate it to an income stream or even to their primary source of work. If you are going to make money […]

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Why Multipotentialites Make the Best Artists

23 October 2014

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Why Multipotentialites Make the Best Artists

This is a guest post by Amy Ng. I frown whenever I hear people say they don’t know how to draw because I know that they can. They drew when they were little and, just like riding a bike, you never forget how to do it. But here’s what I find interesting. You don’t tell people […]

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The Eternal Battle between Art and Marketing (and Why the two Needn’t be at War)

23 January 2012

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The Eternal Battle between Art and Marketing (and Why the two Needn’t be at War)

I met a very nice Apple fanboy the other day when I went to pick up my MacBook Pro. (We exchanged business cards, so hopefully he’s reading this.) His name was Scott, and Scott was a photographer. I try to be careful when telling someone what I do for work, because it often leads to […]

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Starving Artist, Meet Web 2.0

28 March 2011

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Starving Artist, Meet Web 2.0

I was at a party last night and my friend’s boyfriend, a very talented guitarist, began telling us about his hunt for a job: “At this point, I’m willing to take any job that I don’t completely hate and I’ll just play music on the side.” He looked away as he spoke these words. But […]

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