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Ep. 16 – Creative Routines and Minting NFTs with Amber Vittoria
This week's episode features Amber Vittoria, an artist and poet within the NFT space whose work draws on her relationship to femininity, emotion, and identity.
This ain't no hobby. Amber Vittoria joins Ben and Joshua on the podcast this week to pull back the curtain on how she’s been thriving as a working artist. Most recently, Amber has embraced the digital art world and has minted numerous NFTs, and has received attention and buyers like Reese Witherspoon and L'Oreal to support her work.
Amber opens up about her personal creative journey and the creative routines she has built into her life. She breaks down how she approaches a new project, her favorite creative tools that she uses, and she even talks about how much money she’s making as well as her philosophy as it relates to money and being a creative.
About Amber Vittoria – @Amber_Vittoria
Amber Vittoria is an artist and poet working in New York City. Taking advantage of the fluidity of her ink, color pencil, and acrylic paints, Amber creates aqueous rainbow gradients that dominate her compositions. Punctuated by simple graphite line drawings and impactful words, her work draws on her relationship to femininity, emotion, and societal expectations.
Amber has three sold-out NFT collections, is a Forbes 30 Under 30 Recipient, One Club Young Gun, Society of Illustrators Gold Medalist, American Illustration Chosen Winner, AOI World Illustration Overall Winner, and ADC Annual Award Winner. Her work has been recognized by Print Magazine, It’s Nice That, Computer Arts, HuffPost, and Teen Vogue. Some of her clients include Facebook, Warby Parker, Apple, The New York Times, NBC, Google, Gucci, Condé Nast, Adidas, and Snapchat.
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