Do you also have an online shop with your work? Do you spend time and energy promoting yourself? How do you set the price for your work? Discover the pop singer Jhene Aiko just found and put on “repeat. I really enjoy making murals. The focus will be on bold typographical works and quotes submitted by a global community of artists using the GreenLabelGallery and PiecesofMind hashtags. I was more focused on graphic design.
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Lienke Raben on Behance
Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply. I’m 28 and I’m a self-employed graphic designer and illustrator living in Bucharest, Romania.
Is it difficult, what do you need to know when you first start? And I need to make a real webshop first. Why were you attracted to letters? Now I only have a landing page with some links to Behance, Instagram and Wallnuts see links at the end of this article.
I watched many of those gifs where people are writing with a brush pen — I can watch them over and over again. Get Ready for the Waves of Coastal I mean, rabn, a lot.
A really big and smooth white wall, and then draw your first line… Most scary part, but rabne satisfying when it turns out nice. And also sketching is important: We got some nice projects to work on and hopefully there are many more to follow.
Where do you see yourself a few years from now? What is your work process for murals?
Lienke Raben (@lienkeraben) • Instagram photos and videos
I also enjoy giving workshops about communicating about complex subjects or changes in companies with visuals. And, also, the time I got to do a mural in San Francisco was crazy! The Great Places of Amsterdam map is one of your most promoted designs. I now work full time as an illustrator which forces me into drawing every day. Good hand-lettering or typography results in a nice-looking image.
How did it happen, what is the story? So, when I heard of these hours, I immediately knew I wanted to make a map of Amsterdam. I just love the way the pen glides across the paper. When I had a gap, I asked someone if they knew a nice place over there. From illustrating places in Amsterdam, to creating wall murals.
Haha, I never made a really big mistake! Is this something important for you?
How did you oienke drawing, what is your story? Not really, only by posting stuff on Instagram and sometimes Behance when I finish a project or Dribbble. And I tried that myself, with pages full of the same letters or words, trying to get the right flow. I really enjoy making murals. I did a mural in San Francisco last year and those people found me via Dribbble.
If I screen print them myself, it still feels authentic, as opposed to digital print. The focus will be on bold typographical works and quotes submitted by a global community of artists using the GreenLabelGallery and PiecesofMind hashtags. My website has been hacked several times which really sucks. At the agency I spend a lot of time in front of a screen, so, for my freelance projects, I like to do more analogue things.