Design Studio Collaboration
I am currently building my alliance with very select Design Studios to offer my Art as an additional source of revenue. There is a large volume of existing Artwork along with option to offer Custom Art requests to the Customers. To begin with, have a look at what is available in the portfolio for your customers as your additional Products & Services to be offered to your Customers.
My portfolio is expanding very fast. So much that I have stopped keeping physical catalogues to be showcased to the customers. I update my Catalogues on a weekly basis, and they are available to download from the website. Here are some choices available:
- Acrylic Painting
- Digital Portraits
- Canvas print of Art in standard sizes
- Commissioned (Customized) Art
- Nature Photography Prints on Canvas in standard sizes
- Custom size of canvas prints
There are few suggested ways in which you can increase your revenues through my Art to your Customers:
- Showcase a work or two in your Studio for walk-in Customers
- Offer your Enhanced Portfolio of Products & Services by showing the Catalogues to customers on Laptop or iPad
- Pick up Custom Art request from Customers and Coordinate with me for the Project.
Please take Note!
Decide your Own Profits
There is a simple way in which I offer profits to Design Studios I work with:
- A Fixed commission* on Sale of Artwork to the Customer
- Or you can choose to make your Own Profit Margins* by adding your own cost of services to Customers after you purchase the Artwork from me.
* Sales commission on sale of Art is pre-decided between us and has to be confirmed by both in writing before it is effective.
Custom Request by Customer?
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“Canvas Prints” – One of my most popular services
A canvas print is the result of an image printed onto canvas which is stretched, or gallery-wrapped, onto a frame and displayed. Canvas prints are often used in interior design, with stock images, or customised with personal photographs. Canvas prints are intended to reproduce the look of original oil or acrylic paintings on stretched canvas. The canvas print material is generally cotton or plastic based poly canvas, often used for the reproduction of photographic images.
Modern large format printers are capable of printing onto canvas rolls measuring 1.5 metres (59 in) or more. Such printers allow artists and photographers to print their works directly onto canvas media, with slow print speed settings available to ensure print quality is not diminished.