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Tuesday, May 1

Trading Card Art

This was brought to my attention at work by my manager, and I had no idea what fun laid instore! Artist trading cards are miniature works of art created on 2 ½ X 3 ½ inch card stock. About the size of a paying card. They are originals, small editions and, most importantly, self-produced, anybody can produce them. You usually create them in a series with any media. The idea is that you trade them with other people, you can meet up with artists or you can start your own trading where you live. We are eventually going to have a trade at the PB! I can't wait to see what everyone does!! Check out this site for all the information!

check out this artist for ideas..

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