What is Cosimo?
We hate the boring old narrative about 'starving artists' struggling to get by.
We built Cosimo to give emerging artists the tools to thrive and turn what they love into what they do.
Cosimo enables artists to share their work with collectors, generate sales, and manage their practice - all in one affordable and easy-to-use platform.
In the 21st Century, there's no reason artists can't find collectors for their work, connect with them directly, and make a career out of their creative talent.
That's also why we enable our artists to get paid directly for their work, without us taking huge commission fees off the top.
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Art Made Easy
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Cosimo de Medici is often described as the 'founding father of the Renaissance'.
A successful businessman, intellectual, and political leader - he was also a proud patron of the arts.
Just like Cosimo, our aim is to bring about a new, modern-day Renaissance, by empowering emerging artists and helping them to grow and succeed.
Like Cosimo, we'll be you're helping hand as you take to your art to the next level.
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How does it work?
Create your own portfolio to sell your work for free!Find Out More Here
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Meet Our Artists
Imogen graduated from Kingston University in Fine Art in 2013, & after taking a few years out to focus on working with young people, has recently returned to exploring her art practice. Imogen has always enjoyed hand-embroidery as a way to relax but after getting some recognition, decided to pursue threadwork seriously. Imogen makes portraits made out of thread - it is as if she draws her subjects with thread. Imogen likes to combine thread with nails, creating a mesh-like form out of triangles to build up her subjects' features & create depth to the image.
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Bobbie is based in Birmingham, UK. After leaving a career in Environmental Consultancy, she is now a practicing artist with her work being collected internationally. Bobbie's work is process based and often begins with a feeling or emotion and develops based on her initial mark making. She uses bold colours straight from the tube which she selects in response to a dominant emotion. She often uses natural forms as inspiration for her colours and layering technique, which she completes in oil paint. She likens her unique layering technique to a natural formation process.
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Tasia Graham explores bold, atmospheric, narrative illustration, using her colourful pallet and fluid, stylized drawing techniques. Working in both digital format and traditional painting, Tasia explores womanhood, culture, and identity, depicting moods and scenes formed into illustrative storytelling. Tasia’s work has been shortlisted for the Penguin Design Awards, and has worked with Moonpig, The University of Arts London and many others.