If you make art images for clothing and accessories, create jewelry or prints that could be considered fashionable home decor, you may want to take a look outside the usual art sales venues– here are a few of the newest sites to consider:
ThreadFlip sells handmade and previously owned and new one of a kind bags, indie dresses,vintage jewelry,hats,accessories,embellished jeans, and more.
Copious sells designer clothing, accessories and one enterprising artist offers her art prints (and has had sales) on the site too.
99 Dresses and Fashion Lend which offers items from Europe & US sellers re two other sites for pre-owned and handmade items.
Poshmark is a new iPhone app for shopping clothing and accessories. Perhaps you have art prints or art products to list.
Have art books on your Amazon wish list you’d really love to get? ( I know my wish list is long.) Have CDs taking up space?
Amazon recently announced that they are offering a CD Trade-In Program…
Once limited to more expensive trade-in items camera gear, Kindle, iPad, iPhones, and Android tablets, Amazon’s CD Trade-In Program now let’s you search for CDs to trade-in (if they meet their acceptability criteria), ship them for free at their cost, and after processing, receive an Amazon Gift Card directly into your account.
Trade-in values start at $0.50 and go up to $6.40, $10.00 etc.
Amazon does not resell used CDs, though a variety of used and like-new offerings are available through their marketplace. It’s actually third-party merchants handling this trade-in process. If you’ve migrated to an all digital library and still have CDs taking up space, this Amazon trade in offer may be the way to go.
Art and Technology Intersect in New iPhone & iPad App That Streams Contemporary Video Art onto Home and Public Space TV Screens, article by Marie Kazalia published by Technorati news–here is the link to the full article: http://technorati.com/technology/article/art-and-technology-intersect-in-new/