Artists Online: Miik Green as a Case Study [Presentation]

Artists Online: Miik Green As Case Study

aka What happens when an Artist/Researcher and Social/Digital Marketing Analyst start talking about artists’ digital & social media presences? Presentation for Art Talks – Studio Night, Thursday 3 September, held at Miik Green’s Studio in Perth, Western Australia. Provides an overview of Miik’s online presences, specifically his social media presences and discuss the delineations between … Continue reading

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Fashion online: Some things change, some stay the same

Fashion online: things change, things stay the same

This post picks up the thread I started when I posted on what I considered Crimes Against Flashion. In that post, I looked at the websites of Chanel (no change), Balenciaga (change!), Lanvin (minor change) and John Galliano (change!). Although I didn’t cover their site in my original post, what reminded me to revisit this … Continue reading

Fashion: Get to my point

Fashion: Get to my point

I am beginning to think that websites of emerging fashion designers sites suffer from a confluence of 3 delusions/fallacies: That their website is their atelier and the front door and entrance to that virtual atelier is at a different location to where everyone else thinks it is That people are going to visit their website … Continue reading

Staking your claim(s)

Staking your claims

I am very torn about this post. One the one hand, even if from the outside an online presence (in any format) seems like the shiniest and most beautiful jewellery box you have ever see, I want you to understand that anything can be a pandora’s box of timesuck and effort and there are elements … Continue reading