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Graphic Design Community Flip through this showcase to see snapshots of 'stand-out pieces' by our featured artists. Each month we'll pick five new Artists to feature, so join today for free, upload your best pieces, and maybe, just maybe, you'll find your name here!
Featured Artist Featured Artist: Natalie Egbowan

Featured Artist Featured Artist: D. A. Wagner
Featured Artist Featured Artist: David Medhat  
Featured Artist Featured Artist: Christine Humphrey  
Featured Artist Featured Artist: Galina Gocheva



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Login with facebook. Think of your profile as your resume. Our partner companies (design firms, ad agencies, and creative employers) may view your background for projects or jobs.

2. Upload your portfolio

We have members from around the world, and constantly growing. Get your work highly visible and out in the Creative Community for all Artist's, Designer's, and Employers to see.

3. Browse the Design Competition - Submit Artwork and VOTE

All of our contest's have prizes (some offer cash, some offer gift certificates, some offer freelance work) depending on the contest category, which change each month. Don't miss your chance to win!

4. Visit our Blogging Section, Job Board, and Links Page

Chances are you'll find something of interest. Blogs are updated daily - keep in touch with the latest news in the Creative Industry.

5. Interested in Hosting a Design Contest?

Our members range from College Art Majors & Graduates to Senior Level Designers. You won't find a better mix of fresh creativity and experienced talent. Contact us for a quote.


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