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Published on April 1, 2009

Author: PFriel

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Artist Trading Cards “ Art in your Pocket”

ATC’s Artist trading cards (ATC’S) are collectables of Artists works. (think baseball or football cards you may trade with your friends)

Where did it all start? In 1997, Zurich artist m. Vanci stirnemann He introduced the concept to artist Cat Schick. Together they developed and promoted A.T.C. through a company called INK.art & text in Zurich.

In 1997, Zurich artist

m. Vanci stirnemann

He introduced the concept to

artist Cat Schick. Together

they developed and promoted

A.T.C. through a company called

INK.art & text in Zurich.

Minimal Rules…….. Must be 2.5 “ x 3.5” Must not be sold ONLY exchanged Your name, title of ATC and number Are placed on the back of the card Endless Possibilities

Must be 2.5 “ x 3.5”

Must not be sold ONLY exchanged

Your name, title of ATC and number

Are placed on the back of the card

TYPES of ATC’s Original (not a copy) Editions (new one every week or month, etc.) Series (several cards are related in some way) Signature (like a business card That has information about you On it.)

Original (not a copy)

Editions (new one every week or

month, etc.)

Series (several cards are related

in some way)

Signature (like a business card

That has information about you

On it.)

How are ATC’s created? There are no limitations on what Art materials you may use. The artist may use as many or as few materials as they choose. Experimentation is always encouraged! Some possible materials you may use: pencil, marker, pastels, paint, paper, glue, glitter, fabric, wire, photos, printed images, found objects, stickers and the list goes on…..

There are no limitations on what

Art materials you may use.

The artist may use as many or as

few materials as they choose.

Experimentation is always encouraged!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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