The Artist as Entrepreneur

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Oscar Gimenez is an artist and illustrator who took the concept of music critique and have approached it in a new way: instead of photogrpahs, illustrations. Later on he went to develop it as standalone project and a book. During this journey he developed new “products”, used technologies to bring them to life and positioned his art in a desirable place.

In his talk Oscar will share his experience from this journey and through his story he will deal with questions such as:

  • How technologies help artists and how to utilize existing platforms to progress
  • What are the difficulties he encounters as artist and how he dealt with them
  • How artists are developing new “products” and “services”



19:00 –Registration

19:15 – Oscar’s Talk

20:00 – Q&A

About the Speaker:

Oscar Giménez is a professional illustrator with wide experience in the field, having worked with clients such as Adobe, El País, Yorokobu, Audi and Universal Music, amongst others. He has recently published his first book, Sold Out, compiling his best music illustrations, and given several talks and workshops on the subject. You can see more of his work at

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July 4, 2016