dailybizcard 016: amrita chandra

Today’s “Daily Bizcard” design, “Make Love To My Imagination”, goes to my art-world buddy in Toronto, Amrita Chandra.

Amrita ran her own art gallery for a while, which is how we first got talking. We were on the same SXSW panel earlier this year, talking about how Web 2.0 affects the art world. She has some very interesting thoughts on the subject. She also has a day job as Marketing Director for Asigra, a computer cloud backup service.

I guess we’ve been kindred spirits in this whole “Art World 2.0″ thing for a while now. It’s still early days for us all, but there’s A LOT of artists currently out there, trying to figure this new world out. An exciting time to be alive.

[The Daily Bizcard archive is here etc.]

[Commission Hugh]

[Amrita, please send me an e-mail at gapingvoid@gmail.com with your shipping address and the details you want on the back of the bizcard, and I'll send a free batch of 100 to you. Thanks!]

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