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An ArtiBlogger logo on a Pixelz blog.
Pixelz has been in the business for a little over a year.
Pixelz recently acquired an advertising technology firm, but it’s not clear when the new company will be launching.
Arti Blogger is a brand new startup that was founded by a group of creative professionals, including former Apple designers.
It was launched in February by four designers, including the former Apple designer John Sculley.
The blog is a collection of short posts, all of which are written in the format of an artist’s style guide.
The style guide was developed by Artis and Pixelz.
The company says the blog is “a place to share your creative visions, share your inspiration, and get the word out about your work.”
Artis has also been working with Pixelz for about a year now, so there’s a lot of overlap there.
If you’re not familiar with the style guide, it lists seven styles of writing and seven writing styles: the traditional style of a writer, the abstract style of art, the prose style of prose, the art style of graphic design, and the interactive style of interactive design.
You can see the full style guide here.
It’s easy to see why Pixelz might have a hard time making money off this.
Pixelzz’s website has over 6,000 subscribers and the company has a $1 million Series B funding round in May.
In an interview with TechCrunch, John Scurley said that he and his team were looking to monetize the blog post-writing space because of the growth in the space.
He also noted that he’s not sure if the new blog will have to be paid for.
Scurly told TechCrunch that he didn’t know what the payment model was, but he’s confident that it will be.
Scurlin said he has no intention of charging for the content on his site.
He said he will pay for it through advertising revenue, but there’s no guarantee that Pixelz will accept the ads.
Artis Bloggers mission is to provide high-quality, relevant content and services to a diverse audience of digital artists and creators.
The blog posts are curated in the following ways: the blog will feature artist work, a curated collection of industry experts, and guest blog posts.
Artists will be able to rate their own work on an art-by-design basis and rate the work of other artists.
Pixelzo has an Instagram account and the blog has a Tumblr.
Each post will have a title and a short description.
The short description will tell the readers what they are going to find inside the post.
The blog will offer a variety of content and features, including a community section, a “Blogger Report” section, and a “Featured Artists” section.
The Blogger Report section will give the blog’s readers an insight into the creative process that led to the creation of a particular piece of art.
Artists can post their work, which will be listed on a “Favorite Artists” page.
The Featured Artists section will show the most popular posts on the blog.
Pixelzy’s goal is to be the place to find art.
Sculleys goal is also to be a resource for artists.
Scuroly said that the goal is that “people will look at your work, it will become a conversation, it’s going to be an inspiration for them.
And hopefully it will make them want to try their hand at it.”