Easle a growing freelance hiring platform for creatives
Here, on the blog our posts try to focus on independent artists and ways to promote their quality work. That’s because the world is full of talented people whose gift hasn’t been discovered yet. Our platform is meant to help and pull them out of their anonymity as much as possible. Maybe it’s not much in the grand scheme of things, but we promise to stay consistent.
This endeavour is considerably more powerful with more visible effects when done by the growing number of venues dedicated to selling their work.
In the developing digital world, Easle is establishing itself as such a platform. It makes the work of talented people accessible to the world. This is a solution not only for the creatives offering their products and services, but also for the businesses needing said products and services. The latter also find it hard to wade through the noise and clutter of the internet, to get to what they’re actually looking for. Easle bridges that gap.
It’s small for now, but highly efficient. Trusted clients include Netflix, Penguin Books, Young Turks, Debenhams or Ogilvy. Illustrators of posters, murals, drawing and more are available for hire. Each artist is hand-picked for their style and quality of work. Soon animators, filmakers, photographers, composers and more will be able to find their place in the budding Easle community.
As an artist, you have to apply with your portfolio in order to join. After approval, the platform takes care of exposure. You can then easily discuss your project with clients. Moreover, you can interact with other artists to share and learn from each other’s experiences.
If you’re a talented freelancer, jump on the wagon and take advantage of all the care and attention a growing community has to offer: quick feedback from clients, hand-on support from the Easle team, a smaller crowd to compete against.
If you are a business, all illustrators available right now are the best. They are carefully hand-picked and verified to provide quality and professionalism. Soon, Agencies will have a dedicated section as well.
If any of you have worked or are part of the Easle platform, tell us how it worked for you and if this is something promising to have our eyes on. We’re pretty excited about it and would love some feedback.