Graphic Artists Guild Handbook: Pricing & Ethical Guidelines
Putting a price on creative work is a complex process for graphic artists and for those clientys who purchase artwork. This essential business tool is compiled to help both designers and their clients determine fair proicing methods, as well as a guide to acceptable and ethical business standards for graphic arts presentations.
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