The Fabricant Way
About This Show
Nothing is impossible for creative entrepreneurs. Follow The Fabricant Way and learn how successful creative entrepreneurs pulled off what seemed impossible to grow a thriving business they love.
Using non-traditional marketing and becoming involved in the community the creative entrepreneur can build a close relationship with customers and suppliers. Your unique perspective of your craft and business helps you create great branding and design to showboat your product.
Inspired by the maker community, Jennifer Dopazo founder of Candelita wants to help you write your own blueprint for your creative business.
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Today I’ll be talking to Antony Zito in Governor’s Island. Zito is a portrait painter and member of the non-profit four heads. Zito ran a gallery and portrait studio on Ludlow Street through 2006. but gentrification and the hike of rents made him give away the space, not before throwing the party of the year! He spends his time in Manhattan in his pickup truck and creates pop-up spaces where he paints portraits on the streets of New York and at events. The New York Post has called his portrait paintings “sensual” and his renderings of people on recycled materials other than canvas have prompted The Village Voice to refer to him as “a master of the found object”.