Update: The artist is Guido Daniele. This particular series looks like it was created for Animal Planet. As you will see on his website, he has a large body (pun intended) of work on human canvases.
Heidi is a very talented designer with an obvious eye for versatile styles and patterns. It seems her work is a unique opportunity for home decor that keeps your couch from becoming jealous of your walls.
Thanks to this German customer for this review of our printing service.Â It’s a thorough and honest assessment of our capabilities. When you get world-class printing quality and you get to set your own retail prices and keep all the mark up…why would you sell anywhere else?
That award goes to Walter Paul Bebirian with over 3,600 images! Wow!Â He tells me he has a lot more in his personal library too. Pretty incredible!
Thanks for this email Donna!Â For you readers, here’s a link to her Imagekind gallery.
From: Donna P
Sent: Sunday, January 21, 2007 7:38 PM
To: Kelly Smith
Subject: Image Kind
Happy New Year to YOU!
I am compelled to email you b/c I saw that I was FEATURED ARTIST for a day (24 hours) on ImageKind and I was so excited.!Â Being a new artist/painter/photographer/digtital artist, I was beside myself when I signed on and saw ME!
Thanks so much for the honor…and it really is an honor for me.Â I am new to all of this so every little “lick” I can get is appreciated.
Â Not sure how you decide, but since I’ve been in IK, I have realized that you try to treat each and every artist with the same compassion and fairness, and of course, IÂ think that is wonderful.Â Please know that I am thrillled that my “time” came as quickly as it did. Â To see “me” as a featured artist just rocked my world and made me cry.Â I’ve only been considering painting since the summer of 2006; photography since fall of 2006, and certainly digital art since later than that….
Â I think your site is hands down.Â I have been dabbling with Art.com for several months, and I have yet to join.Â I have yet to join Cafe Press; butÂ gave that up quickly due toÂ wonderful and unexpected sales onÂ a siteÂ calledÂ Zazzle.Â (MyÂ sales have beenÂ through the roof!)
Â Anyway… I remember emailing with you about some issues I had and I just want to Thank you for your kindnesses and concerns.Â It is nice to know that IK has folks that GENUINELY care about the artists that post to their sites… (did I call myself and artist?)
Â I would have never purchases a platinum for me and another artist if I did not BELIEVE………
Â Keep doing what you are doing.
Happy New Year,
This question came in from Larry over at HistoryShots.com
Anyway to move images from gallery to another without having to re-upload them?
Pro Member – HistoryShots
I figured a lot of people might wonder the same thing so here was my response:
Just log in to your member admin and look BELOW the image you want to move and click ‘move’.
See the attached picture:
Co-founder & CEO, ImageKind
Design Inspiration, a wonderfully informative blog that profiles individual designers and illustrators, is highlighting the same artist we have on our homepage! That lucky illustrator is Mike Cressy, and to celebrate this happy coincidence, we thought we’d take the opportunity to point you towards the article which gives some uniquely detailed perspective on our featured artist of the day!
Design Inspiration does a great Q&A, previews some of the artist’s work, and provides you plenty of links to follow up with. In general it’s a really unique and interesting format for a blog about art, and well worth checking out. And, Mike is a perfect artist to learn more about – he has a clever and playful style, is incredibly productive (check out his “Live Scetchbook”), and his comments on freelance success are truly inspiring!
Renaissance Robot by Mike Cressy
Remember, let us know about your press! We’ll definitely have a spot for this in the upcoming forum, but you can always send us an email if you get featured anywhere – we’d love to check it out!
So as a tech investor in Seattle I was asked what predictions I had for 2006 (last January). Today they published a recap.
The summary can read it here.
You can read the original predictions from last year here.
My prediction for 2007? Imagekind is an underdog that will find its rightful place in the online art community. We still have a few tricks up our sleeves!
Happy New Year everyone!
We got some coverage from very popular technology and business site TechCrunch today; even a phone call from Mr. Arrington himself. Though the article focuses on some of the buzz and rumors around our investment dealings – it still gives a pretty good view of what we do and where we sit in the online art sales space.
Go read it for yourself and leave a comment about your experience with Imagekind. How do we stack up compared to other services out there?