David Choe, the author of the acclaimed book Art and Performance Markers: Why We Should Stop Selling Them, said he found the topic of markers “incredibly difficult to address” when he started a company called Performance Marketers to help his fellow artists get their work into stores.
Choe said he began looking into markers because he didn’t think they would work for him, even though he had experience with using them.
Choeche said he looked at several different markers, but he was frustrated by the lack of information on them.
Choe said the more he researched the markers, the more frustrated he became.
“It was almost like they were all built on the same foundation,” he said.
I was just starting to realize how much work had gone into them.
So I started to think, How can I find a way to do that?
And I started looking around and I was looking for the cheapest markers.
“Choeche’s company started in 2005, when he was a sophomore in college.
It is still going strong today, with a team of over 300 full-time employees, and a growing list of suppliers.
There is a lot of information out there on markers, Choech said.
He said he’s learned from his mistakes and continues to look for the best markers.
The problem with many markers is they’re hard to access and can be a bit difficult to find.
Choewe said that’s why he started Performance Marketer.
When he first started using them, he found they were not that useful for him.
For him, markers are tools, not objects.
They’re like an extension of the artist, Choewes said.
They can help him achieve more visually pleasing, more artistic results.
Performance Marketers was able to find markers that were more cost-effective, which is why it launched in 2012.
Choelco said that with a company of more than 300 employees, the company can’t afford to only focus on its core business.
This year, Performance Markets expanded to a more global market.
It will sell markers and other tools in 40 countries by the end of 2018, and its goal is to be a global company.
Choee said the company has already signed up more than 5,000 artists.
With the rise of digital technology, Choe believes that markers will be the next big thing to enter the market.”
The more we get into it, the better,” Choew said.