I think artistic attitude is where the artist expresses thoughts or ideas in a visual form. These thoughts or ideas don’t have to be those of the artist, but can be those of whoever the work is made for, such is the case with things like advertisements. The art doesn’t even need to have an intended audience. It can be simply made by the artist to get their thoughts and feelings in a physical, visual form. People with an artistic attitude look at things differently. They see works as ideas in a visual instead of just seeing it as strictly a visual. I think I express my own artistic attitude by creating work that expresses who I am as a maker. Even when I create work for others, like clients for example, I make sure to give the work my spin while expressing the ideas of the client. In the example I attached, I made the poster into something that I myself found visually appealing as well as something the client wanted and would portray the idea to the audience.