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CreativInn Magazine is an art and culture magazine. Founded in 2014, CreativInn Magazine covers all kind of arts including photography, visual art, music, film, and theatre. The magazine includes features on art, film, music and performance, highlighting notable new exhibitions around the world and showcasing photography.

The magazine’s primary focus is on discovering new creative talents and giving them a chance to talk about their artistic universe.

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URL Shortener

How to efficiently use a URL Shortener to promote your Artwork

As the name clearly mentions, URL shorteners reduce the length of URLs but is that the only purpose of these? Not at all. A URL shortener goes beyond reducing the length of URLs as it proposes a lot of other features that can make your life as an artist a lot easier.

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From the Heart by Andrew Markey - Insect art

An extraordinary visit with Andrew Markey to the insect kingdom

Today, I would like to welcome insect enthusiast Andrew Markey to CreativInn. He dedicates his life to promote the beauty of Insects and encourages us to explore the Nature. Insects have been used as an art subject in many cultures. Their shape and colors are often an instant inspiration to artists even in the olden […]

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Hip-Hop Artist Ultra_Eko

A conversation with Hip-Hop Artist Ultra_Eko

Hip-Hop independent Artist Ultra_Eko is a song writer, born and raised in South London; living and working his life among the people of whom he writes.

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Artist Joseph de la Hoyde

An interview with Australian artist Joseph de la Hoyde

Listen to the post I was recently fortunate enough to converse with Australian based multi-layered composer/producer/artist Joseph de la Hoyde, in the light of his solo exhibition at Sydney Art School Art, “A body of desire” ; featuring a collection of his photography, writing and curiosities. Joseph’s work is melancholic and ethereal, examining themes relating […]

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