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Young artists who want to sell their art and make a living out of it, are in a constant search of new ways of promoting. They approach galleries, participate in fairs, send out press releases in hope being featured. All means are good if you end up actually making money instead of spending them on some “promising” PR packages offered by vanity galleries. We do know that success doesn’t come overnight. The question is how to avoid wasting your time, money and energy on the vain efforts to win collector’s attention. Our generation is lucky to have Internet and social medias. You can get a real feedback from real people without leaving your house or spending a cent on it. They comment, like and share – the best reward an emerging artist can get. Now imagine they publish a photo of your art they saw .. where? at an art fair? – no, in the streets. Street sticker art is a form of street art, a subculture of graffiti art, and can be a great way to show your art to wider audience.