New Artists Added to ArtRegards: Contemporary Art On E-cards

Perhaps ArtRegards is adding artists to their site slowly. I submitted my art a couple weeks ago. Yesterday, ArtRegards, which is a site based in Switzerland, curated me in. I posted several images of my art for anyone using the site to send out on e-cards. Each time someone uses my art on an e-card, I receive a royalty payment. Several of my art images are now available to send on an e-card on ArtRegards.

I noticed a few artists I know on the ArtRegards site as well. It is a fairly new site, and they are accepting artist submissions. ArtRegards, and the site I posted about yesterday, Sandalista, are both simple types of art licensing for artists to do. If you think you might want to try submitting to larger manufacturers who print art on products, Artist Marketing Resources offers an extensive list of art licensing companies –you will find the list here.

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Easy Art Licensing: Your Art on e-cards

A custom greeting card made from an ESA/Hubble...

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Artregards  is a curated art site that offers something a bit different. If you are an artist you may apply to join. Once accepted you upload your art. Your art images may then be purchased on the front of e-cards that allow personalized messages to be added inside on the Artregards site.  You the artist receive a share of the purchase price for each e-card that goes out with your art on it.

This is a very simple type of art licensing. Artists hold all rights to their art and may cancel the license with Artregards at any time.

Artregards is based in Switzerland.
Image: A custom greeting card made from an ESA/Hubble image
You will find an extensive list of art licensing resources here.