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How to Turn your ART into a BUSINESS - (Feat. Gary Vee)

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Pause at 0:04 XD
Mike Bruno (6 days ago)
Gary vee i need your help! Jazza I like this vid
ShawN shawN (7 days ago)
Congrats on getting Gary V on your show.
Jan Bogosyan (10 days ago)
nice video buddy
STICKYArt Channel (11 days ago)
Jazza i think putting in the hard work is key! I’ve been working on my art and posting on my channel for a year and finally at a point I am seeing some of the payoff! I have worked all my free time and at 5k subs! I love you’re stuff Jazza thanks for this!!!
Cristian Dominguez (12 days ago)
Riot games LOL XD!
Jael (12 days ago)
OH MY GOD. I know this video is a few years old, but I just saw it a few weeks ago and this was my intro to Gary Vee. Ever since then, I've been watching his stuff and my perspective is changing so much. Thank you so much for this video. I don't know how I didn't see it before, but I'm glad I saw it when I did. Better late than never!
TheCaesar King (14 days ago)
Why is he chewing on his thumb
Aiti Mus (14 days ago)
You always so halarious and fun to listen to bro, easily my ffavourite youtube. I hope I get to meet you sometime bro! you shld come to comic con South Africa :D
Connie Lerma (19 days ago)
I like his confidence
Teach Me How To Promo (19 days ago)
Brilliant! I’ve been following Gary for a while now and I also consume his stuff within the context of being an artist. Good for you that you put it out there in a digestible way for our community. I would have love to hear what he would have said about the platforms like ‘fiverr’ and his take on driving down the costs of the industry.
Warzone_Arts (20 days ago)
Hi i am and art channel in progress of making it a buissness could i get some subscribers and supporters
Jacob Cavallin (22 days ago)
2:54 is when it starts
Char Wolf (22 days ago)
1. always say entrepreneur in the middle zone 2. This helps so much
Sophie's Media Magic (25 days ago)
The Masked Psycho (28 days ago)
Thank you
Mark Ramdarass (29 days ago)
This is incredible I was working at VM when this was published. Follow your content and had no idea this took place. To your knowledge has Gary had many other conversations with artists as in depth as yours? I also just wanted to applaud your unselfishness. Instead of asking Gary how he could help you, to you made it all about your fans. ♥️♥️♥️
Jordan Read (1 month ago)
this is super spot on. couple this with The Gary Gagliardi translation and adaptations of the Art of War, and it runs right along this interview.
Bekkerz (1 month ago)
Amazing, he literally stated the idea I thought of months ago... :D
Michael Marzigliano (1 month ago)
Shabi_no_Samuri (1 month ago)
this was useless talking wow .
Lucia L. (1 month ago)
How is it possible that I found out about this video just now? TWO of my favourite people in the SAME video 😱😍
Kate (1 month ago)
AkaiMiko (1 month ago)
I call our kind “Artrepreneurs” 😉
Poetic GEEnetiks Tv (1 month ago)
Ronja Waldis (1 month ago)
super cool! Thank you, both of you:)
eric hughes (1 month ago)
Great Job Jazza for keeping the questions strictly on art. This interview could have easily become a generic "How to be a successful business person" discussion. But, you asked pointed questions directly pertaining to artists and building a career in art to a guy that's admittedly not an artist. Fascinating. Bravo. And surprisingly Gary V. Came through with quality answers. Especially the question about the work vs. The persona. Loved Gary's answer. Focus on building the skills. Focus on the quality of the art. Brilliant.
Paul Horn (1 month ago)
Wait! Twitter search? Can you go into more depth?
Brad Holmes (1 month ago)
I always love your character!
Iyana King (1 month ago)
Iyana King (1 month ago)
People who bite there nails are considered intelligent lol
Mark de Muze (1 month ago)
Well it's about 2 years since you posted this interview and it is still as valuable. Big thanks for taking the time to make this and share it on your channel! Also in support of your channel, for my reference and other peoples reference, i added this to my playlist of 'Better artist through knowhow'. ;-) Cheers!
Jhenize A (1 month ago)
Ohh you know Gary Vee?? I was just thinking about honing my skills on drawing and art and I stumbled upon your video :))) Subscribed!
Catus Green (1 month ago)
He somehow remind me alot of L from Death Note
Leland Wilson (1 month ago)
What does the business partner do?
Bronson Kern (2 months ago)
Great information, thank you!
Martin Ezequiel (2 months ago)
I want to know wtf Gary keeps looking at.
Dhanraj Shelke (2 months ago)
He is the one who motivated me for doing more art. I loved this vedio. Do more like this vedios. 😍😍😍😘😘😘
Photoshop By Alfredo (2 months ago)
Good work Jazza
dweeaboo (2 months ago)
is jazza 70?
Michelle R. Acker (2 months ago)
what a great video, keep them coming!
Margeaux McClelland (2 months ago)
I enjoy Gary Vee, so it's cool you got him on to talk about the art biz. Thanks!
Revan117 (2 months ago)
Holy jeez!! This was extremely helpful. It shed some light on my methods that need improvement to become successful. Super excited to get my butt in gear to make my name heard! XD THANK YOU!!
Armando V. (2 months ago)
Wow Jazza! I think this is one of your most helpful video's. Thank you so much for sharing. We are blessed to have you help us grow. One love
trav is dead (2 months ago)
my 2 favorites in one video!
Mar’Shayla Thomas (2 months ago)
This was great. Gary is always informative.
Justin Santana (2 months ago)
Holy shit man. That was helpful. Glad you shared this interview.
Mar Do (2 months ago)
I couldn't watch this, not only was his nawing at his nails annoying, but he goes and smells it too. How completely unprofessional. Thanks Jazza. You tried but next time make sure the guy has been fed beforehand. *sniff sniff chew chew* 😵😱😲
Elias Noel (2 months ago)
Fantastic! Just what I needed. Thank you !
Matthew Baker (2 months ago)
Thanks for this video, great stuff.
Jacob Cavallin (3 months ago)
2:54 the interview starts. You're welcome.
mariann green (3 months ago)
Why does every successful businessman seem so angry and frustrated all the time? Sorry Jazza but I think he's condescending towards you.... His thoughts are literally screaming out loud that "oh dude seriously? I'm wasting my precious time on you instead of making a quick buck, RIGHT HERE" Jazza at least your attitude doesn't scare me away and you don't eat your nails all the time :D I'd say well-done that's why I love watching you :D
Nicolas Fourie (3 months ago)
Thanks for your videos mate! Brilliant! Thank you Jazza for the time you put into the editing and content. Greetings from South Africa!
Madame Evie (3 months ago)
I love you but the guy your interviewed sounds like he is full of it.
Jennifer Decker (3 months ago)
Leanne Bandte (3 months ago)
David Just (3 months ago)
very legit
Chronorust (4 months ago)
Me: Ooh, another helpful video by the magnificent Jazza. *Sees Feat. Gary Vee* *HOLY CRAP HOLY CRAP THIS IS GOING TO BE FIRE*
Artist Daniel Quinones (4 months ago)
Thanks for the info!
lazer tag (4 months ago)
jazza is probably has the best ratio of worst art to success ration.. so much better real artist on youtube...
sara blabla (2 months ago)
lazer tag watch your grammar
Justin Martinez (4 months ago)
How the fuck did I miss this one?
Eliza Wilson (4 months ago)
First time visiting your site. Thank you so much for introducing Gary to me. He is so insightful and obviously experienced. His comments ring true. I have put my art on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I have learned now to tag my paintings. It is getting people to my sites. I usually sell one or two paintings each time I exhibit and my best ones are those that I paint for me. Some I have under sold. Live and learn. My art friends complain that they don't sell and have become frustrated. Perhaps I will direct them here and to Gary. Thanks again.
He said something that really hit me in the stomach and made me realize what I’m doing wrong: I keep looking at the pretty sides and thinking it’s as easy a posting on Instagram and just hoping people will come and see it. But I gotta realize it’s more than that. I guess when I watch my favorite artist do there studio vlogs and see them I just think to myself...”this I want this. I want to sit in a studio and draw have a pretty website. Package my orders all nice and send em off and do it all again. Not truly realizing what it’s gonna take to get there. I guess for me it’s because whenever they talk about it seems like it happens so naturally so I’m think okay work at a company get exposure and it’ll happen. But now I know that I need to look into the less desirable stuff like business and marketing. Saving. Taxes all the stuff I need to manage myself to be able to have the pretty side of being an artist and doing what I love.
Shubam Krishan (4 months ago)
so informative ! Gary is awesome
NO COMMENT (4 months ago)
cant watch that dude chew his nails......so fukin gross
Jennifer Reihl (4 months ago)
Thank you so much to both of you for this video. This is one of the BEST videos I have EVER seen or heard for information that can help artists break through their own unrealistic views of themselves, the industry and their art!!! Again, thank you so much for the reminders that NONE of moving forward is easy. But if we can learn to relax (instead of stress)...and FOCUS on our craft and on integrity in the market place as well as realizing that we must be ready to BUST OUR ASS and get our damn egos out of the way all while keeping a smile on our face and ENJOYING THE RIDE.....we will see progress. : ) Love this info and will share whenever I can. Blessings to you both. Jennifer Reihl of Soulager Acoustic Duo and Beaded Blessings
Naomi Cristerna (4 months ago)
fucking gross how can a person with charisma and intelligence has these bad habits?
Ali Propps (5 months ago)
Lol, Jazz-a
Theww Art Illustration (5 months ago)
It's amazing that you did this Interview Jazza! I've know about GaryVee for quite some time. But, just recently been motivated to watch his content. With patience, I have hopes to be more visible in the Art community.
CreepePaul (5 months ago)
damn this was inspiring
holamissmusica (5 months ago)
So useful. Do a percentage of commercial art and art for yourself. Drop your prices to begin then increase. Don't leave your day job until you can afford to live with your art income. You don't need to study art to be an "entrepreneurial artist". Art is also marketing and sales. Your artwork is more important than your persona. Twitter, Instagram and conversation is the best way to sell your stuff!
Blossom Blossom (5 months ago)
Expanding and growing an existing client base is entirely different to pioneering a new business
Sidse Larsen (5 months ago)
My dreams just got shattered.. I can’t go to a boarding school. Which is pretty much my best chance at starting a career with my art. So hope this video will be helpful!
Samer Kanakri (5 months ago)
this is really helpful, thank you so much
chimpsfall75 (5 months ago)
Incredible opportunity here! Thank you Jazza and Gary Vee! He's definitely a personality that is very active! You could tell that he was struggling to stay still during the interview, but I think it is amazing he was willing to do this! Really helpful insights!
Justin hamm (6 months ago)
Doth thou bite thy thumb at me?!😱😑
Goldenblakcon (6 months ago)
Selling - Art vs Wine
Danny Dixon (6 months ago)
Great interview! So muuuuuuuuch value :D
Sister Hipster (6 months ago)
Bruh, Stephen Silver would have a word with giving your art for free.
Evelina S. B. (6 months ago)
As soon as he started biting his nails I'm like - I'm not watching this....
Aamir Afzal (6 months ago)
awesome gary ...great words of wisdom and pragmatic approach to be an artist
RLS0812 (6 months ago)
Just remember that you are competing with tens of thousands of talented artists for projects. Good luck !
Seoul-bunny (6 months ago)
Thanks for this video Jazza
Richard Leonardi (6 months ago)
uptowngrafx (6 months ago)
Great interview. One thing I can't seem to find an answer to is how do we scale an art business. Meaning if I am drawing I eat, if I get sick or out of work money stops flowing. I am a custom painter on motorcycles mostly. Any thoughts?
Nat Be. (7 months ago)
Obvious but AMAZING point blank advice! Needed this!
Millulri draws (7 months ago)
About the whole entitlement thing, I feel like you shouldn't take request for free. Cause of you do it long enough then everyone would expect you to do it for free. Asking for payment upfront shows the costumer and you that you take yourself seriously. However investing time in trying to submit art for art shows or contest could be use for a bit of a free promo. Even if you didn't win it might have still been worth it. Also there are some art shows that allow you to submit in art free of charge. Try your local communtiny college.
Kacper Gilka Art (7 months ago)
Love to way you speak Jazza :D
Esse Bailey (7 months ago)
Tomas Fordelsen (7 months ago)
My parents would smack me if I bit my nails in front of other people.
Angel Bell (8 months ago)
Mikey Banasiak (8 months ago)
Draw with jazza where do you live?
Brandon Conner (8 months ago)
Is your wife's degree in business general or more art oriented?
Mister Alex David (8 months ago)
Watched this video a year ago and it was my first introduction to Gary Vee. Cant thank you enough for getting an interview with him Jazza.
Blue Dragon Shin-ah (8 months ago)
Very educational for my future, thank you jazza.
Macneil Tan (8 months ago)
Pause at 0:04
Bingleheimer (9 months ago)
Great seeing the both of you in the same video - thanks guys!
Kitslams Art (9 months ago)
That's incredible, great video! What an honor to watch Gary Vee on your channel!
Moni Cardoso (10 months ago)
Thanks 🙏🏻 Jazza and Gary for your invaluable time. Sending much ❤️ and appreciation.
Alfonso Vega (10 months ago)
Where do i go to post my art for u to see

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