Thursday, 4 April 2013

Explore the World of Flat Pebble...

Ever since I spoke to Bheesham Kumar of Flat pebble, I have been wanting to write this post on this beautiful platform for artists, photographers and all Art lovers.
TechClove, creators of believe in "Simplifying Life using Technology". They are a small group of highly motivated techies with an immense interest in promoting Art at all levels. FlatPebble  is an artist community and marketplace that enables you to showcase and sell original artwork and prints to a global audience. With flat pebble's innovative technology you can sell your stuff not only on their platform, but also within your Facebook page or your existing website or blog. Flatpebble makes it easy for you to sell paintings, murals,sculptures, collages, photos etc. All you have to do is upload a picture, set a few options and price and you're all set.
The flatpebble shoppers get many options to customize their purchase exactly the way they want it - size, media, mounts and finishing options. Shoppers can also add a personal message to their purchase.
The flatpebble artists get detailed analytics of how many times their item was viewed, sales over time and across categories. They also get to see what their peers have to say about their art. Give feedback, review, critique, comment or simply get inspired !!!!
To experience some of these and more.....check them out at Flatpebble. com
To give an idea of how you can use Art in your homes to decorate spaces, I have just created a few concept boards. Art photos used are from and belong to various artists.
Using Photo Art as Wallpaper.

Using Photo Art as Tapestry Art.

Using self shot pictures cut into segments to create an element of interest.
This engages the viewer's eyes.
Using Photo Art to create a Classic Wall of Art setting

Hope you all enjoyed the post !!!!

1 comment:

Sarika Periwal said...

Great ideas. There was this once when I saw colorful pages from magazines framed beautifully in a black frame with a white border, put up on pristine white walls at a friend's home. It looked so classy and appealing. And so inexpensive too!