The One Place blog series is a collection of art that highlights a certain part of this planet we all call home. Whether it’s a city, state, country or maybe entire content, the objective is to showcase the place through images and art. So, even if you can’t ever travel there, at least you can enjoy the scenery as depicted by artists and photographers who have. This place:
Seattle by Edmund Lowe
Seattle is located in the upper Northwest corner of the US in the state of Washington. Not only is it home to Imagekind (boo yah!), it is also the birthplace of such notable companies as Microsoft, Boeing, Starbucks, REI, and Nordstrom. Originally named after the Native American chief of the local Duwamish and Suquamish tribes, chief Sealth, Seattle is also known as the Evergreen State and Rain City for it’s over abundance of rain that produces the beautiful greenery and forests within the city and surrounding areas. Situated between two mountain ranges (Cascades to the East and Olympics to the West) it often feels as though we are a hidden (maybe forgotten!) city surrounded by trees and mountains. Regardless, the scenery alone provides for some fantastic artwork.
Now’s your chance! We’ve never had a canvas sale… until now. Take 20% off all canvas prints* at Imagekind. So, whether you’re looking to find beautiful canvas wall art, or take your photos and print on canvas, now’s your chance to take advantage of the savings.
All our canvas prints are made from the highest quality materials with the same giclee printing processes you’d expect to find in high end galleries and museums. We offer two different canvas types and two different canvas wrap options.
See all the details for the Big Canvas Sale
*discount promo applies to the base price only. Excludes Class Artwork.
These are amazing…
Tatooine Minimalist Planet Poster
Every once in awhile I come across an artist on Imagekind that completely blows me away. Actually, it happens quite often. Justin Van Genderen recently listed his minimalist style Star Wars vintage travel posters for sale on Imagekind and they are simply amazing.
Categories: Awesome, Member Art, News forest moon, graphic designer, hoth system, justin van genderen, minimalist style, planet poster, poster, sixth planet, star wars, star wars posters, travel posters, vintage travel posters
We love hearing what people think about Imagekind and get totally excited when they love what we’re doing (you know, trying to be the best site to buy, create and sell art…). Read on to hear what just a few shoppers are saying about Imagekind.
Like a kid at Christmas!
Wow! I just received my picture and was like a kid at Christmas opening it. The picture is just as advertised. The packing job was superior. FedEX delivered it a day ahead of schedule. An outstanding experience. I look forward to doing business with you again.
I always love the quality!
I cannot thank you enough for your expedited service on my picture…… I just got notice that it will be arriving today…. I truly appreciate it. Please thank your production staff for me as well… I always love the quality of every piece I order from you…. And will continue to use Imagekind for all my printing and framing needs…
Never seen anything so well done!
“The quality of the print is incredible! I used to be a photographer and have prints made and I have never seen anything so well done. I called because I just wanted everyone to know. It’s just beautiful! The picture is of a dog that had radiation treatment and we’re hanging it in our radiation center.”
Christoph Niemann is by far one of the most humorous illustrators I have yet seen. His work has been featured in some of the top publications in the US and abroad. Additionally, he is a regular writer and illustrator for the New York Times.
Cover for American Illustration
Where were you born, where do you live now, any other background info?
I was born in Waiblingen / Germany in 1970. I studied at the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts and moved to New York City, where I have been working as an illustrator, animator, and graphic designer since 1997. My work has appeared on the covers of The New Yorker, Wired, The New York Times Magazine and American Illustration. Corporate clients include Nike, Google, Amtrak and The Royal Mail. My latest book “The Pet Dragon” teaches Chinese Characters to kids. I live in Berlin with my wife Lisa and three sons. Given the choice between a muffin and a cupcake, I would always opt for the muffin.
February is Black History Month! Celebrate with African American inspired art.
Type promo code BlackHistory10 in the promotion box at checkout. Promotion expires February 17, 2010 at 11:59pm PST and cannot be combined with any other promotion code. Limit one order per person. Promotion code must be used at time of checkout to apply. Your order must be placed during the promotional period to qualify for this special pricing offer. Discount promo applies to custom frames only.
We’ve made some updates to the product customization path to help increase overall usability when buying art on Imagekind.
Some of the updates include:
- Easily change between product options listed at the top
- See the art framed or printed on canvas on the left
- Benefits of shopping for art prints at Imagekind and specific product offerings listed at the bottom
- Cleaned up text and removed size and glazing options when not available
We hope that these updates, plus a few more we plan to be rolling out soon, will help the overall ease of use when buying artwork on Imagekind. You can see all the changes in action here, or see below for a quick overview.
If you have any questions, just let us know!
When shopping at Imagekind, you can now continue as a guest! We’ve simplified the checkout process and made it easy to checkout without registering. Additionally, with the opt-in newsletter signup, our checkout proccess is more compliant with CAN-SPAM laws.
So, what does this all mean? Well, if you’re a registered shopper and already have an account setup on Imagekind, not much! However, if you’re a new shopper, now you can simply, and easily, breeze through the checkout process without first setting up an account. If you would like to setup an account for future orders though, you can do so later in the checkout process.
Just one more step in our quest to be the best community to buy, sell and create art.
Today would have been Norman Rocwell‘s one hundred and sixteenth birthday. Born February 3, 1894 (died November 8, 1978), Norman Rockwell was a 20th century American painter and illustrator. Rockwell was the illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post magazine for more than four decades. His work depicts classic American scenes that struck a chord with his turn of the century audience and continue to inspire those well beyond his death.
Browse all Norman Rockwell art prints
Sunset by Norman Rockwell
Now you can buy top movie posters from popular movies and the classics at Imagekind! We’ve included a vast selection of movie posters from both our classic collection and member artists. Shop some of the top popular movie posters in our special collection, or browse all movie posters on Imagekind. So, if you’re looking to decorate your home, office, or game room with movie posters, you are sure to find your favorite film poster right here!
Whether it’s Twilight movie posters, Pulp Fiction movie posters, Rocky movie posters, Batman and The Dark Knight movie posters, The Departed movie posters, Trainspotting movie posters, or countless other popular and classic movie posters, look no further than Imagekind.
Shop Framed Movie Posters
Browse all movie posters on Imagekind. For the truly eclectic collector, check out our special Movie Lover Art collection.