The world of design has been dominated by three main institutions over the past decade: Lego, Disney, and Microsoft.
It was only a few years ago that they were all competing for a similar audience, but now they are competing for an even bigger audience: the people who buy art.
In an industry that is rapidly expanding, art has always been a niche, but as the global art market grows, so has the demand for art.
And that demand has never been greater.
But why are artists so passionate about Lego?
What are the advantages of buying art from a company that has a huge fanbase?
In this series, we take a look at how the art market is evolving and the reasons why they’re passionate.
The Art Market Is Growing The Art market is rapidly growing.
The number of people interested in art has grown from about 1.5 billion in 2011 to 1.7 billion in 2015.
And according to the latest estimates from the Art Market Research Group, by 2035, there will be over 1.8 billion art collectors in the U.S. The demand for artwork is huge.
But there’s another side to the story.
As art grows in demand, so do the costs of art, which is a major reason why art collectors and collectors of other types of art are attracted to art.
What are these costs?
It can be hard to put into words the magnitude of the cost of buying and owning art.
A lot of the art industry is based on the idea of what is a good piece of art and what is not a good one.
It’s easy to see how this idea can get confusing.
You see a piece of fine art and say, “Wow, it looks like a painting,” or “Wow that’s a painting by Picasso.”
But the reality is that there are dozens of different types of painting that have existed in different periods in the past.
A good example of this is the art of the Renaissance period, which dates back to the 1500s.
Painting in the Renaissance was considered a high art form because it was considered something of a milestone in art history.
The painting that is considered a masterpiece in today’s terms was painted by the master Picasso.
In addition to being considered a great painting, it also represented the pinnacle of artistic achievement in the period.
The painter used his skill in painting to convey an emotional message.
The image in your mind is a symbol of what the painter felt at the time.
In contrast, a piece that was created for a single purpose is considered bad art.
You may have seen paintings that depict bad relationships between people, for example, or bad attitudes toward art.
The art of painting was considered to be one of the best ways of conveying emotions and expressing a certain message.
For the first time, people were paying attention to art for what it was and not for what they saw in it.
Art as a medium also became a big part of the culture.
This was one of its biggest drivers of growth.
As people saw the value of art in their lives, they wanted to buy more art.
People were spending money on paintings to express themselves, express themselves in art, and express themselves as artists.
And as more people invested in art as a career, so did demand for artists.
But the price of art didn’t drop the way it did for the first half of the 20th century.
What happened to demand for and the price for art?
The following chart shows the change in the price paid for and average price per square inch (spacing) of a painting from the early 1900s to the early 1990s.
The price of a square inch of painting in the United States rose from $0.30 in 1901 to $1.80 in 1950.
At the same time, the price per dollar of artwork rose from approximately $1 to $6.
In other words, the value and average cost of art increased by roughly the same amount.
This is why the demand and the supply of art have grown so quickly in the last 100 years.
The Demand for Art is Increasing Every year, the demand to buy art increases.
We are looking at a new wave of art collectors.
We’re also seeing a new generation of artists who are becoming collectors.
The artists of today will have to work harder than ever to meet the growing demand.
They’ll have to focus on the art itself.
They will have more expensive pieces, and they’ll need to spend more time and money on research.
If the demand keeps growing, artists will need to make more art for a greater share of the world’s population.
In fact, art is so popular these days that some people even start selling paintings to make a living.
The market for art is also growing faster than the demand.
In 2017, there were over 5.7 million square feet of art market in the US, according to estimates by Art Market Trends.
In 2020, there was 5.1 million