Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 26, 2008
Imagekind, the world's fastest-growing online community for creating, buying and selling custom framed artwork and photography, is inviting parents, grandparents and caregivers to submit two or three digital photos of your child's "firsts" - first day of school, baby's first bites, first trip to the beach, first time meeting Grandma - that together tell a great story. This could be a collection of different "firsts" or a few shots of one great moment. Imagekind will choose four winners whose photos tell the best story to receive a custom Story Frame™ worth $100. To enter, simply email us your digital photos along with a brief explanation to firstname.lastname@example.org. More details about the contest can be found here.
Story Frames from Imagekind are the world's first "build it yourself" framing option that allows everyone from the casual photographer to established artists to create personal narratives from digital files - including photography, art and children's drawings. In just five easy clicks, visitors upload multiple images, which can be enhanced online, and then choose from an array of museum-grade mat, frame and finishing options for a personal masterpiece that will be delivered within days. With story frames, images are laid out horizontally or vertically, so that each framed work of art tells a "story" loved-ones will cherish forever.
In addition to the Story Frames collection, Imagekind offers a variety of custom art products that includes the signature Canvas Gallery Wrap Canvas Museum Wrap. These techniques allow any digital file to be printed and stretched on canvas using state-of-the-art processing methods for a sophisticated and timeless effect.
Founded in 2006, Imagekind (http://www.imagekind.com) is the world's fastest growing art site offering over 500,000 high-quality fine art images for sale. Imagekind gives consumers limitless options to purchase museum-quality framed and poster art from over 20,000 domestic and international emerging and established artists. Serving as a community for professional artists to create and sell their work, Imagekind's goal is to develop a new online art experience that provides both consumers and artists with a new outlet for sharing, creating and buying art from digital files. Imagekind is the world's first community to serve as a hybrid art gallery, photo-sharing service and a print-on-demand service. Imagekind has partnered with leading brands such as Walgreens, Snapfish, Flickr, HP, Corel and Costco.com as a testament to their superior printing and framing quality. Based in Seattle, Washington, Imagekind is a privately held company.