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Art-s-talker Launches Creative Directory

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April 2009

art-s-talker launches artspace - online version of its extensive database of the best emerging artists & designers across over 15 creative disciplines.

artspace online will show a rotating selection from art-s-talker’s directory of more than 3500 members scrupulously hand-picked from the top art & design establishments.

When Central Saint Martin’s graduates Aliya Kistau & Dzera Kaytati founded art-s-talker with the idea of a multidisciplinary creative enterprise rather than a traditional design team, they started building a database of hundreds of creatives from different art & design pathways.

They wanted to have a wide selection of talented minds at their fingertips in order to tailor every project team specifically for a brief and push boundaries of artistic collaboration.

In less than two years art-s-talker has grown into an independent creative brand with its own “in & out house” team of over 3500 members, self-initiated project activity and strong client portfolio in the UK and internationally.

art-s-talker accumulates under its umbrella new talents from product design, sculpture, culinary art, photography, fashion, make-up, animation, textiles, performance and other areas.

All the activities delivered by art-s-talker - outsourcing consultancy, agency services and creative management – are developed with direct involvement of its members.

art-s-talker’s database is now accessible as an online directory for creative industry sector and anyone looking for fresh names and pioneering ideas.
Dzera Kaytati, one of the Directors, says: “We want artspace to become No.1 destination for the industry and anyone looking for innovative inspiring work.”
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