Shuttertoon's hopes artists with talent, like my son’s talent, will use the Shuttertoon’s platform not just to immortalize their work, but also to make a commission.
National (PRWEB) December 04, 2015
Shuttertoons, a digital platform that allows consumers to take their own artwork or photographs and turn them into personalized products, is in search of artists who want to earn a commission for their hard work.
Terry Kelley, the founder of Shuttertoons, is an artist herself, but her true motivation for starting the Shuttertoons brand is twofold. After the loss of her talented artist son, his artwork and family pictures became a source of comfort, yet there were so many pieces lost along the way that live in her memory. Shuttertoons is a place where artists and regular people can come together to create products that make those memories more vivid.
Kelley says, “Shuttertoon's hopes artists with talent, like her son’s talent, will use the Shuttertoon’s platform not just to immortalize their work, but also to make a commission. All artists are paid for their sales, and we’re in the process of making it easy for them to market their work to the masses using social media.” These new features are in the works and will be in place in the near future.
Shuttertoons has been consistently upgrading their platform, quickly rolling out their new design center, and apps for Andriod and iOS. These new tools help artists make sales, and help consumers to customize their purchase.
All types of visual artists should consider adding their work to the Shuttertoons system. All pieces will have the potential opportunity to be prominently displayed on the website for consumers to purchase.
Interested parties can create an account using the Shuttertoons system. Once a member of the community, when logged in artists will find easy directions on how to add their artwork to the Shuttertoons site.