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Sketchozine, Sketchaholic and Mad Artist Publishing

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Sketchozine, Sketchaholic and Mad Artist Publishing

Postby Charles » Tue Dec 27, 2011 12:40 pm

Heard from the CEO / Editor-In-Chief of a publishing company and several creatively focused niche communities on the Web.

Among them are http://www.Sketchozine.com , http://www.Sketchoholic.com and Mad Artist Publishing.

This is a not for profit company that promotes global creative talent and assists artists in employment opportunities. They create books and magazines with lots of rich content involving artwork, animated shorts, employer and resource directories and creative workshops. They sell and distribute via the Web and several channels across the world.

You may see their books at http://www.Sketchozine.com.

In the last few weeks, they asked their 12 000+ members to send in and vote on their favorite creative resources for inspiration, education and entertainment.

I’m pleased to learn that AnimationNation was listed by a majority of their members and as such they’ve added our URL as a resource into the Sketchozine.com sets of books both online and printed versions. They've also added it within their digital version of resources on Sketchoholic.com.

The reach of Mad Artist Publishing books is extensive and we're happy to be affiliated with the company and their creative endeavors.

Their books come in a variety of formats including Paperback, Hardcopy (Special Editions), iPad, Kindle Fire, Interactive PDF, and Digital Flipbooks. Their distribution partners and wholesalers include the Sketchoholic website, web affiliate partners, Amazon.com, CreateSpace Direct, Baker & Taylor, Ingram, Barnes & Noble.

So check out the links above above and see for yourself what an incredible creative resource Mad Artist Publications can be for you.
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Re: Sketchozine, Sketchaholic and Mad Artist Publishing

Postby Charles » Tue Dec 27, 2011 12:48 pm

Check out this video from Mad Artist Publishing and see what they're up to, including some of the innovative methods they use to get their content out to viewers.

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Re: Sketchozine, Sketchaholic and Mad Artist Publishing

Postby Charles » Tue Dec 27, 2011 2:01 pm

Here's the link to their Facebook page. Marcin Migdal is the Editor-In-Chief:

http://www.Facebook.com/Marcin.Migdal
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