Adobe’s survey of young artists finds inspiration in the old-fashioned tools

Guess what? Young creative people love old-time artistic tools. That’s what Adobe found when it researched the projects of creative folks ages 18 to 35 who post their work on Behance, its Creative Cloud portfolio site. That conclusion, among others, was contained in data gathered for Adobe’s New Creatives Mashup research, part of a new series focusing on artists at the beginning of their careers. “These new creatives are surging ahead in drawing and typography, creating more portraits and sketches, and – somewhat amazingly – using ink and pencil more frequently than older age groups,” wrote Will Allen, Adobe’s senior director…

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