7 Creative Art Websites Designs

If you are a designer, poet, painter, architect or any other type of an artist then you should not miss these websites. The same applies to anyone who just love art. These websites will allow you to buy or sell any art. Be it a painting, photography, music or caricature. Make your home beautiful and unique by buying artistic crafts from these creative art websites.

Below are 7 creative art websites.

1. Deviantart

Deviantart is an online artwork, photography and videography community that was launched in 2000 by Mathew Stephens, Angelo Sotira, Scott Jarkoff and others. The artwork in this website is organized in a category structure which include, digital art, traditional art, flash, filmmaking, photography and skin for applications among other services. Downloadable services such as tutorials and stock photography are also offered at deviantart. The website is available in English and registration is optional. Their headquarters are located in Hollywood area of Los Angeles. This website is one of the biggest platform for creative art designs with it having over 26 million members and 251 million submissions.

2. Caricaturemaster

CaricatureMaster is an online website that focuses on caricature designs that are handmade by top artists in the world. It is the number one website for hand-drawn caricatures. Their artists offer as many revisions as possible to the art you want to buy if you feel something should be changed. The quality of their caricature is excellent and whatever you buy from caricaturemaster will be worth your money. The drawings are delivered in digital format (JPG and PNG) in high quality of 3,000px and 300dpi resolution which is ideal for any painting. Visit their website CaricatureMaster and explain your idea to their artists and whatever you want drawn will be drawn to perfection.

3. Fine Art America

Fine Art America is one of the largest art marketplace in the world. They have been helping artists sell home décor, wall art, apparel and other products since it was established in 2006. It is a home for thousands of graphic designers, iconic brands, photographers, and illustrators. Artists and photographers can upload their work via their website Fine Art America and their work will be available to millions of customers. Fine Art America will fulfill all orders on behalf of the artist by providing services in packaging, shipping and collecting money from the buyers. After collecting money, they send the profits to the artist. Fine Art America provides the artists with excellent sales and marketing tools that will help him market his products in platforms like Facebook. There are more than a hundred thousand real artists and photographers who have their art in fine art America for sale. Hundreds of new artists join every day and each artist adds different and unique work of art.

4. Zazzle

Zazzle is another website for creative art designs. It allows designers and customers to create their own products with independent manufactures as well as use images from participating companies. The website has partnered with companies like Disney and hallmark to make sure that there is enough images. They claim to have over 300 million different and unique products that are listed on their website. The website is available in English, German, French, Spanish, Swedish, Korean, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese and Dutch. The website was launched 14 years ago and it serves people from all over the world. You can buy or sell art products such as clothing, t-shirts, home décor, gifts, electronics postage etc.

5. Art Fire

Art Fire is an online store which is similar to Etsy. You can find thousands of indie suppliers, makers, vintage treasures and antique find on their website. Art fire is made up of thousands of independent artists and shop owners who offer you great services. You will find unique hand crafted items which will leave you satisfied. When you shop on this website you are usually connected with artists who loves their work and are ready to make you happy. You can make money from home by selling your art products like, paintings, clothing, dolls, gift bags, etc. They promote sellers in different ways so that their products can sell more. For example they have a competition where art fire sellers nominate themselves to enter the competition. Once you nominate yourself, you can promote your entry via social media platforms with some help from them. The more support you have from social media the higher your chances of winning will be.

6. Etsy

Etsy is one of the largest online marketplace in the world. The website was launched in 2005 by iospace, a small company composed of Chris Maguire, Robert Kalin, and Haim Schoppik.  The main focus of this website is handmade or vintage items and craft supplies. You can buy craft supplies and tools as well as items like clothing, bags, jewelry, furniture, home décor and bags. Any vintage item that is sold in this website is 20 years old or above. The website has over 60 million items and it is a platform that have more than 39 million buyers. As you can see it is a big platform and you can find a lot of creative arts designs in this website. If you are aspiring to sell your art designs via Etsy, you will be require to pay a fee of $0.20 for every item you list.

7. Novica

The last website we are going to talk about today is Novica. This website allows artists to sell their handcrafted goods to customers all over the world. You can find art products such as handmade jewelry, home décor, and handmade apparel among others. The website was launched in 1999 by Robert Milk, Andy Milk, Charles Hatchman, Olieveira, Armenia Nercessian and Michael Burns. Their headquarters are in Santa Monica, US. Most of the products in this website are based in specific cultures and traditions. Items that have been passed down from one generation to the other.

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