How To Submit Your Art To ThinkDope



We love all types of art and if you can show it off in a picture, video, or audio format we’d love to see what you can do! If we really like what you send us we’ll post it on ThinkDope for our readers to see as inspirational art! This guide will show you how to submit your art to ThinkDope.

Before beginning make sure that your art is polished and ready to be seen by the world!

Upload Your Art

You’ll have to upload your art to a file sharing service in order to submit it to us, but don’t worry you can still do so privately without anyone else seeing. Here is a small list of free file sharing services I like to use;

No matter which file sharing service you use, you’ll get a link that will go directly to the art you uploaded. You’ll need to copy that link for the next step.

Submitting Your Art

Once your file is uploaded we have three different ways to share your art; through our submission form, on Twitter, or direct via email. Pick whichever method is easiest for you and send us the link you copied a step ago, but remember to write us some details about you and/or the art you’re submitting so we can mention them!

Being Posted

After you submit your art, The Council will look at it and talk it over. If the majority of us believe our readers will find it inspirational it will go live at the next available spot in our schedule. Don’t worry we’ll let you know within a week or so if/when your art will be posted on ThinkDope. We do this to ensure that our content maintains top-notch and inspirational for our readers. That should not discourage you – it means that it’s an honor to be posted on ThinkDope!

If you have any questions or comments on submitting just let us know in the comments!

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Garett Southerton works as a web & graphic designer, audio engineer, writer, and brand consultant with clients from all over the world. He runs a design & recording studio based in New York and has a passion for all things art in addition to helping others learn how to create.

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