We were excited to present in the first Halifax Fashion Week hosted by Soli Productions but due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to withdraw.
In partnership with My East Coast Experience, Global’s Eilish Bonang sits down with artist and designer Duane Jones to talk about his latest ventures through his lifestyle brand Art Pays Me.
INVEST In NEST was a group fashion show fundraiser presented by One North End Community Economic...
Art Pays Me highlighted on CTV Your Morning by as a brand to watch.
Watch Duane share some of why he started Art Pays Me on CTV News Atlantic.
Check out my interview on the Clients From Hell podcast.
Thank you to all of you who nominated me for Best Fashion Designer in The Coast's Readers' Choice Awards! I'm forever grateful but the work isn't over yet. Now that I'm nominated I need your vote!
Art Pays Me Podcast made it to the New & Noteworthy section of Visual Arts podcasts in the iTunes store.
I'm excited to introduce the first episode of the Art Pays Me Podcast!
I'm pleased to announce that I'll be presenting at Atlantic Fashion Week 12.
2Cream2Sugar is proud to announce their first East Coast event, Civil Unity! They are partnering up with The Daily Grind to bring you a night of coming together as citizens of the creative community.
This week on Changing the Narrative we jump back into some entrepreneurial talk with discussion on quality control, process and the different approaches to selling your art.
Ray is an artist in my community who deeply intrigues me. I reached out to her a few months back after being blown away by her makeup posts on Instagram. I wanted to find out a little more about her and what motivates her as artist.
Our APM Geo Paint Tee made an appearance on Global Toronto in a promotion for Martk’d.
Art Pays Me is now available at The Daily Grind on 1479 Birmingham Street in Halifax!
Inspired by social unrest, this collection celebrates creative empowerment while encouraging soci...
My friend Dave, talking about the importance of doing good as a creative professional.
View our collaboration with the incomparable Verena Rizg.
In 2006, my girlfriend (now wife) helped me found Glitterati Communications as a freelance graphic design consultancy. By 2010, I found myself wanting to have more independence than client consulting allows and was searching for a project where I had complete control. That project was Be Glitterati. Building the Be Glitterati brand has been a fun and creatively fulfilling ride, but in recent months I’ve struggled with its identity and where it should go in the future.