“OK, so WTF is 1 Euro Experiment?:
– Almost every day I will sell a new painting of mine”
17 november 2011 is painting #20 (unsold) aangeboden. Na twee jaar steggelen.
Een marketeer leest Seth Godin en vraagt zich het een en ander af:
“How come a businessman in 2006 paid $140 million for the 1948 Jackson Pollock painting named No. 5?
How come an artist can sell ALL her paintings for €10.000+, yet another artist can´t even give them away?
It´s quite fascinating.
10th December 2009 I read “The magic of dynamic pricing” by Seth Godin. It suggests changing the price of goods “based on time or demand” . It got me thinking.
Even though I have no experience as an artist, would there be a way for me to, one day, sell a painting for €10.000?”
Het antwoord op die laatste vraag is NEE.
Dit is de goedkoopste:
“I have a lamp shade in the shape of a cylinder with colored stripes on it. It looks pretty nice, so I thought I would try and do some colored stripes on canvas. I came up with “På Tværs”. It´s danish for “across”, makes sense since the stripes go across the canvas. “
Voor 3 euro is Paa Tvaers de uwe.