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Hi-Fructose and Squarespace Present New Works by Illustrator Zso

Attention all artists! In partnership with our friends at Squarespace, Hi-Fructose will be highlighting five artists who are currently using Squarespace for their website or portfolio, to be featured on HiFructose.com. This week we are featuring the artist ZSO, aka Sara Blake, a New York based illustrator whose personal works in pencil, watercolor and digital have been exhibited across the U.S., and abroad. Find out how your art can be featured after the jump!

Attention all artists! In partnership with our friends at Squarespace, Hi-Fructose will be highlighting five artists who are currently using Squarespace for their website or portfolio, to be featured on HiFructose.com. If you are an artist who is currently using Squarespace, write to Squarespace at [email protected], with a short bio and links to your site, along with subject line “HI-FRUCTOSE”. If you don’t have a Squarespace site, never fear – we’d love to feature new Squarespace customers as well! Set up a free trial here and use code HIFRUCTOSE for 10% off your purchase!

This week we are featuring the artist ZSO, aka Sara Blake, a New York based illustrator whose personal works in pencil, watercolor and digital have been exhibited across the U.S., and abroad. While working professionally as a director in advertising with such high end clients as Warner Bros., Nike, Ford and Wired Magazine, her website, Hello Zso, serves as an outlet for her personal illustration work.

This promotion is underwritten by Squarespace.

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