THERE’S MONEY TODAY IN ART (Aug, 1932)

THERE’S MONEY TODAY IN ART

THIS is the day of the artist. His skill is sought wherever design and color are important factors in the sale of merchandise.

Furniture, rugs, wall hangings, household utensils, wearing apparel, jewelry, art gifts, lamps, automobiles — nearly everything sold today depends, on design and color to attract the eye of the purchaser. Drawings for advertisements in newspapers, magazines, catalogs, folders, posters, display cards and many other media call for the skill of the modern artist. Consider the number of drawings in this magazine alone! Art is a necessity in modern business. If you like to draw, train this talent of yours and put it to work in a field offering rich reward. You can learn Commercial Art at home in your spare time. Many leading artists have contributed exclusive illustrated lessons to our courses.

Many of our students and graduates now earn $2500.00 to $6000.00 a year, some a great deal more.

Send For Our Free Art Test It brings out your sense of proportion, design and color. Our instructors will give you frank advice as to your talent and probable chance of success. It costs you nothing. Just fill in the coupon below and we will send you this test together with our book “Your Future,” outlining possibilities and showing examples of our students’ work.

FEDERAL SCHOOL OF COMMERCIAL DESIGNING
DEPT. 824-B FEDERAL SCHOOLS BUILDING
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.

2 comments
  1. tom says: December 13, 20117:45 am

    I wonder is this was the school that later evolved into the “Draw this Cat”, girl, etc. that had ads in the back of comic books later on.

  2. Rick s. says: December 13, 20119:55 am

    This was also the day of the WPA artists who did some of those great art deco murals in public buildings all over the country.

    Rick

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