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    I am thinking about turning exteriorshopping into a art gallery shopping site. where you can buy art, drawings, t shirts and or calenders with the artwork from talented artists. My roomates are talented at agnostic art. do you think anyone would buy this as a drawing, greeting cards, calender, etc. lok at sample image. or view it at





    http://www.freebiesforever.com/artwork1.jpg


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    [This message was edited by Haiko on August 31, 2002 at 11:58 AM.]

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    Haiko thanks you for the sucking up of bandwidth. Please be kind and resize the image it is excessively large.

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    Sorry.. didn't realize it was so huge.. I fixed it... resized it

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    [This message was edited by jasonco12 on August 31, 2002 at 02:12 AM.]

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    Since art is such a subjective thing, who knows. Someone might like it.
    All you can do is try.

    edited to add...

    There is a forum for people who sell greeting cards made from their own art work. I used to have the link but lost it, sorry. It is pretty good reading. They give lots of tips on how to get started. I found it by running a search on greeting card businesses. It is part of a larger forum for artists.

    Also, when you are pricing where to have them printed, don't forget to check your local places like Office Max. They will usually give you some great deals on printing cards (pre folded and all)and are a lot cheaper than Kinkos. Most of the printers I checked with will only work with you if you have larger runs.

    Good Luck!

    Vicki [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

    she was tired of being poor, and she wasn't into selling door to door.... CSN

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