A New Look for RedDotBlog

I first posted on RedDotBlog on July 19th, 2010. Over the last four years the blog has grown to be a great forum for discussion about art marketing and the art world in general. The blog has given me the opportunity to share my experiences and thoughts about the art market, and you, my loyal readers, have contributed tremendously to the value of the blog by leaving comments – some of which have been longer and richer than my original posts!

After four years of publishing, I’ve decided it’s time to refresh the appearance of the blog. Beginning today, you will notice a new layout and look on reddot’s pages. In redesigning the blog we wanted to make it more cohesive, easier to read and navigate, and more modern. I’m excited about the new look and I hope you will like it too.

As we transition to the new look, you are going to notice some rough edges. We’re working right now to update all of the post images to the new format. We’re working from the newest back to the oldest, so you will notice some of the older pages don’t have feature images – be patient with us, they’re coming.

Of course, the appearance of the blog is secondary to the content, and I’m looking forward to sharing more art market news and art business tips. Be sure to check back often and keep an eye out for new features and articles in the coming weeks.

What do you Think of the New Look?

Do you like the new look of the blog? How has reddotblog helped your art career? I’d love to hear your feedback – leave a comment below.

About the Author: Jason Horejs

Jason Horejs is the Owner of Xanadu Gallery, author of best selling books "Starving" to Successful & How to Sell Art , publisher of reddotblog.com, and founder of the Art Business Academy. Jason has helped thousands of artists prepare themselves to more effectively market their work, build relationships with galleries and collectors, and turn their artistic passion into a viable business.


  1. Not sure how “Red Dot”fits with your image. I own an unrelated retail business and a red dot on an item would mean a discount sale. Reading your book and following your course, this seems to be contradictory.
    I have learned much from you course and book. Many thanks.

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