Alternative products to Saatchi Art App

8 alternative and related products to Saatchi Art App

Saatchi Art App

Buy & sell original paintings, photography, sculptures (iOS)

Masterworks

Invest in the world’s most valuable paintings.

Masterworks.io is the first art investment platform that lets you to invest in iconic, multi-million dollar artwork. Buy, sell and trade shares. Masterworks current offerings include the $2m Andy Warhol and $7m Claude Monet. Investors can purchase shares from $20.

Techweek
On June 20, the NY-based startup, Masterworks, acquired Claude Monet's Coup de Vent at a Christie's auction from the private collection of Tokyo's Galaxy Enterprises Ltd. Going beyond admiring the impressionist master's windswept brushstrokes, the startup plans to allow people to buy and sell shares in the painting for as little as $20.
WSJ
As a series of art auctions wraps up, collectors are skipping the most expensive paintings in favor of lower-priced work.
VentureBeat
Exclusive As recently as this week, the art world has been finding new ways to leverage technology and using new modes of commerce - such as blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies - to make itself relevant to more than just those classed as high-net-worth individuals (HNWI). Today is no exception.
Forbes
Investing in fine art has generally been the provenance of the very wealthy. Only they can afford the lofty prices that masterpieces and iconic works of contemporary art command. One company is looking to change all this using blockchain technology.
CNN Style
Written by Oscar Holland, CNN An original Andy Warhol would normally be out of reach for someone like 29-year-old Cheryl Ellzysmith, a studio artist from Philadelphia. But with just $200 and a new blockchain-based investment platform, she is now on course to own one of the pop icon's famous images of Marilyn Monroe -- or approximately 0.01% of it, at least.
8 Alternatives to Masterworks

Diggsweep

Easily create your own 'garage sale' to share with others

Moving out? Spring cleaning? Having a lot of things to sell? Diggsweep makes it easy to create your own personal sale site showcasing all your items on one page. You get a unique URL that you can share instantly with friends & others. Public or private, you choose how to market and manage your sale.

Medium
Whenever I look at used items sold on Facebook Marketplace or eBay, I'm horrified to see how awful the majority of the item pictures are. When doing my own moving out sale, I spent a lot of time on the pictures used to promote the items. Something that I believe contributed in a very high degree to the success of the sale.
Medium
I never realised how many things I owned until I decided to leave Berlin. I was sitting in an apartment full of stuff I needed to get rid of in one way or another. Furniture, appliances, tools, kitchenware, books, you name it. I started to look around for ways to get everything sold.
10 Alternatives to Diggsweep

8x10

Sell signed, limited edition fine art with a single post

8x10 is a Pro-Artist Platform to Sell Signed, Limited Edition Fine Art with a Single Post

swissmiss
8×10.co is a new, easy and intuitive way for artists to sell high quality, limited edition art prints, by simply posting to Instagram. No need to set up a separate online store. I am friends with the founders and was able to see sample prints: They are *impressive*!
Digital Trends
Want your Instagrams to live in more than just pixels, but don't want to tackle the task of actually printing them? 8x10 is a new app that allows Instagrammers to sell their work as fine art prints without dealing with the sales, printing, and shipping. With the app, artists create signed, limited edition print runs.
PetaPixel
Have a large Instagram following that loves your photography? 8x10 is a new app that was made to help you easily earn money by selling your fans framed limited-edition fine-art prints of your work. Sales are launched through a single Instagram post.
6 Alternatives to 8x10
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