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Artist and Art Business Name Ideas

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Tips from Craig

For my name ideas, I focused on creating names that appeal to customer values using words like: Draw, Paint, Creativity, Sketch. A business name that lets your customer know what solutions you provide or the core values your business hold is a great way to make your business appear trustworthy and relevant.

Here are a few name ideas I came up with:

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Tips from Kate

A great way to make a memorable business name is to use rhythm or alliteration, these types of business names sounds great and are extremely brandable. For example, some names could be: Aptitude Art, Aquaria Art, Alcove Art, Airy Art.

With that in mind, here are more business names I came up with:

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Tips from Marcus

When developing your business name, it’s useful to do a competitor analysis. Dissect and understand why their business name works for them and how you can use those techniques in your own business name. Some of the top Artist and Art Firms are EJH Brand, Threadless.com, Fish Flops or Peter Malinowski Art Guitars.

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Tips from Sandra

When deciding on the perfect business name, don’t forget to get feedback on your ideas from potential customers!Be sure to ask questions like: Does this sound like a trustworthy business?What quality of product or service would you expect to get from this business? Does the answers align with your business goals? That said, here are some name ideas to help you create the perfect business name:

Tips for naming an Artist and Art Business

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by Craig M.
Branding Specialist at BizNameWiz.com

Creating an art business is a wonderful venture in pursuing your passion while earning a living. However, this task is no easy feat: Much care needs to be taken to maintain the balance between your artistic passion and your professional side to your business. Oftentimes, this can be crucial when naming your business. So what should you name your new brand? You should probably consider using your own name. If you use your own name, you are branding the art you produce as unique to the market, and different from anyone else. If you simply choose some boring adjective and slap “Art company” on the end of it, your audience has no personal connection or story to be told behind your art. If your name is long or hard to pronounce, you can always shorten it. Use initials, or simply a last name.

If you feel your name is too ambiguous, you can combine it with a word or phrase such as “art”, “fine art”, “art studio” etc. By doing this, you can further specify the exact message you want to get across to your potential market. Choosing what to add to your name should be based on what you want your business’s branding to be focused on. For example, if you want to focus on the art’s high quality, you could say “Fine art”. Make sure to stay consistent and unique!

Artist and Art Business name analysis

If you’re still stuck on creating some name ideas, here’s a breakdown of some of the top brands and businesses in the industry. Here I’ll explain why the name works for that company, and how the name appeals to customers. What’s more, a few more team members from BizNameWiz have added their name ideas below aswell!

Ashcan Studio of Art

This name is great because it combines an easy to remember, yet unique name “Ashcan” paired with the specifying phrase. The full name also follows a nice syllabic 2-3-2 pattern that rolls off the tongue: “ash-can, stu-di-o, of-art”

Arts & Business Partners LLC

This name is not even remotely memorable, nor does it provide us with a unique attribute or connection to a story about the business. Furthermore, we can tell this is a bad name because it simply states something that is already true about ALL art businesses, rather than giving us personal, unique, details. Obviously your art business is an “Art Business”. Why would a client be there if it weren’t? Don’t state the obvious in your naming process.

Nadine Johnson & Associates Inc.

This is another great pick. The first name “Nadine” is simple but rare, and thus creates a simple way to keep branding memorable. The last name is very common, which (followed by the specifying phrase) makes an easy to say, easy to think name for an art company.

S[edition]

This is an awful name. It tells us nothing about the company, is a relatively common word, and has a sin not found in any of the previous examples: It uses random characters to create a sense of uniqueness. In reality, these characters make it harder to find on your keyboard, harder for SEO to rank the website properly, and they are completely silent. If someone wanted to tell you about this company, how would they explain it? Would they give you an awkward explanation of the use of brackets, or incorrectly inform you that the brand’s name is “Sedition”, the way the name sounds phonetically?

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Devendra Gurung
Devendra Gurung
2 years ago

Draw with me ART life

Marilyn Evans
Marilyn Evans
1 year ago

Art from the palette

Mrunal
Mrunal
1 year ago

Drama + dance + other activities class name

Kunal
Kunal
1 year ago

Sketch with Kunal

Shamila
Shamila
1 year ago

Fancy scribbler

Patience
Patience
1 year ago

kids and papers
creative thinking
kids mirror

Calvin
Calvin
1 year ago

Artworks
Moments Collection
Artsy

Shanaya Ochoa
Shanaya Ochoa
10 months ago

Le Graphique, Abstractica, Visionnaire