Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm
Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm

Be Visible - Original works 2 x 140 x 100 cm


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Original works | 2 x 140x100 cm | Acrylic on Canvas | 2023

(Purchase price including shadow gap frame)

From the series: Entrepreneurial Spirit

The term marketing is certainly not only positively charged. Why? Today there are countless different digital platforms vying for our time and attention. Advertisers are pumping out content like there's no tomorrow. Unfortunately, however, it is often played out in an untargeted manner and without detailed knowledge of your own target group, frequencies and the result of customer rejection. Advertiser, you're annoying!

But good marketing actually just means that you address the target group with your product or service on the right platform at the right moment, with the right product. Create visibility for a product that the customer really needs or for which she can ignite a passion. In this way, a customer is made happy and your own products find their way into visibility, sales increase and profits can also be increased little by little.

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About me

I am a Hamburg artist with a passion for abstract art and conceptual works. Using motivating color combinations and graphic elements, I tell my stories and process experiences on large canvases.

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