Support Your Local Artists with Find Art Magazine

If you are an artist, designer, or art-lover living in Southern California then you may be interested in a new magazine that’s trying to get itself launched. It’s called FIND Art Magazine and the goal of the publication is to build an art community by bringing local artists, galleries, companies and spectators together into one “Found” space.

Find art magazine and the work of Southern Californian artists
Find art magazine and the work of Southern Californian artists

If it gets up-and-running it will become a place for artists to show their artwork to thousands of industry people, design professionals, and fellow artists. It also represents an opportunity for galleries, art supply companies, and other design related businesses to advertise to their core demographic. FIND Art Magazine will be released every 2 months and will showcase a wide-range of different mediums of artwork. Containing no editorial content, the finely printed publication will enable people to remove various artists pages and frame them as 5×7 prints. The magazine will give just about anyone the opportunity to hang a piece (or pieces) of original art on their walls for the “$1” price of the publication!

The man behind FIND Art Magazine is called, Neight Adamson. He has been a design professional and Artist for many years, working for companies such as Nike, Hurley, Alpine Stars and Chronic Tacos. He wanted to create a showcase for artists, such as himself, to reach more people. He says,”There are a lot of artists out there that have not had an opportunity to show their art to very many people at all.” He continues,”We are creating a unique way to show our art to thousands of people in a “timeless” print magazine.”

To test out the product, Neight has printed 20 samples of the first issue with 20 different local artists involved. With these samples, he is are trying to sell advertising space in order to print his goal of 50,000. The magazine will begin distribution at select Chronic Tacos locations. Each issue will be distributed over a 2 month course in art galleries, art supply stores, art schools and art driven retail stores across Southern California. Hopefully, the distribution will continue to grow at its own momentum, opening up opportunities for local artists and vendors to become Found within FIND Art Magazine.

Let’s hope that Neight is able to launch this art publication, so that we all can enjoy original artwork from some of the most creative artists and designers in Southern California.

If you are a vendor that is interested in this project, or an artist who would like to contribute, click here to find out more!

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    Do not trust the people behind this mag they are self righteous and only want to exploit artist for there benefit!!!! #### this magazine don’t fall for the hype!!!
    They don’t rep the real artist in Orange County only there wack ass friends that think there artist!!!!!

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    I am the founder and Curator for FIND Art Magazine, and a passionate artist myself. I am working really hard to “exploit” artists for their own benefit, not mine. I have made it free and easy for artists to showcase their art in 50,000 magazines being distributed throughout Southern California. Every issue will feature a new group of talented artists that want to showcase their artwork. All visual artists of any medium are considered for a page in the magazine and a spot in a show.

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    Very good publish, thanks a lot for sharing. Do you happen to have an RSS feed I can subscribe to?

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      Thanks Barrie. Yes, at the top right of the page

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