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Online Marketing

by Carl Frederik Waage Beck on juni 3, 2014

Hvordan kan du som kunstner markedsføre dig online?
Hvordan kan du drive trafik til din hjemmeside?

Carl Beck Kommunikation har netop lanceret sit nye online kursus i Online Markedsføring.

Kurset hedder Online Marketing Masterclass og kan findes her:
Tilmeld dig kursus i online marketing her.

Hvis du har brug for at lære hvordan du sætter dine priser, skriver nyhedsbreve, laver en forretningsplan og meget mere er dette det første sted på rejsen.

 

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Leonora Christina ankommer til Rønne

by Carl Frederik Waage Beck on juni 10, 2011

Jeg havde fornøjelsen af at bevidne Leonora Christinas første indsejling i Rønne havn her til morgen.
Tillykke Bornholm, måtte den nye færge bringe masser af glade turister til øen!

Leonora Christina ankommer til Rønne havn from Carl Frederik Waage Beck on Vimeo.

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Skatlen og valten

by Carl Frederik Waage Beck on maj 19, 2011

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Cimber holder generalforsamling

by Carl Frederik Waage Beck on maj 18, 2011

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Time to relax

by Carl Frederik Waage Beck on december 15, 2010

It has been busy here at world domination HQ, but today was one of those days when I had the chance to spend a few hours in front of my Mac and just sit for a while, think, review previous works and develop an idea of things to come.

The past months have been consumed by those little adoring monsters who wake us up at 6 am and demand food (oatmeal) pronto. I can’t say that I am completely coherent at that time in the morning, but I do manage to mix some milk and oatmeal a stick it in the microwave oven.

But things are about to change… We’re moving to the island of Bornholm, which is located on the far side of Sweden but nonetheless still belongs to the kingdom of Denmark. Our new home is on the sourthern tip of the island, very close to what I believe are some of the most amazing beaches in the world (bar the Maldives etc..)

Probably one of the best beaches in Europe

The Sand in Dueodde is so fine it creates dunes as it flies around.

Another major change is the fact that the twins are due to start in nursery in january which will free up a lot of creative time for my wife and I. So be prepared for an increase in the frequency of updates here on the blog.

Extra time also means I’ll have more time in the studio which I am planning on building in one of the barns (yes barn! – as in: “we bought a big farm built around a square”) , and expanding to a gallery later this summer. It’s the perfect setup, since I’ll have all of my critical facilities at home and at the same time the ability to showcase the work of myself and others.

Very soon the tiny town of Snogebæk will have it’s own cultural powerhouse, so if you’re visiting the island don’t forget to swing by us and get your daily fix of art.

In the meantime it’s Time to relax…

"Time to Relax" watercolour on A3 sized Hahnemuller torchon paper.

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Debut

oktober 30, 2010

So the day finally came when I got to play the lead part in a movie. It’s a short film titled “Blinded” by a crew at the University of Copenhagen. Enjoy! Forblændet (Blinded) from Tomas Gestsson on Vimeo. If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!

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Bombing Fields

september 30, 2010

“Don’t take away My Saturdays”, 60×80 cm, acrylic and permanent marker on canvas, 2010, 6000 kr. The Internet is doing to galleries what a bomb would do to the Fields Mall. Sure, some brick and mortar stores still have relevance – much in the same way real world art shows still make sense. But galleries […]

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Top 10 things you didn’t know about Taliban

september 27, 2010

I don’t get out much these days, as I usually stay at home to take care of the kids. Having finished a few paintings in the “War is Coming Home” series, something got me thinking about the lives of the Talibans or talibs if you will. What are they like, and what’s the deal, you […]

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Fog Of War

september 19, 2010

Some days have passed since my last post. I have been busy taking care of the twins + working my “day job” in the the Danish Defence. I earn my living there briefing up soldiers on cultural awareness and how to communicate in a manner that creates friends rather than more enemies. I did find […]

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Linklove

august 25, 2010

I have been a fan of Trey Ratcliffs for some time now. Trey is one of the pioneers of HDR photography, and he has been instrumental in making this sort of photography popular and known by the masses. For a while HDR has been regarded as a sort of artificial or unrealistic school of photography. […]

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