What are the best places to sell art online?

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    DeviantArt is the largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts, allowing people to connect through the creation and sharing of art. These works available to download and offer multiple resolution options depending on the artists.


    Raymond Brown
    Written on August 2, 2018
    "I am a professor of Art Appreciation (Humanities 101) and I recommend this website to my students. I tasked them to browse and list their observations on the latest trends in art today. I am surprised that this website has become an online community more than a market to all artists. It touches different kinds of arts, cultural, traditional media, photog, painting, sculpture, definitely the best. "
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    500px is an online portfolio where you can upload your photographs from your storage hard drive or from your mobile device or tablet. You can showcase your material and license your work. 



    Sandra Allen
    Written on August 2, 2018
    "Photography is my passion! I have been my Canon 60D camera for taking my photographs and I am so happy that because of this website some of the local newspaper and magazine sites and companies have been emailing me asking for persmission if they can feature my photographs on their sites and papers. Plus it lets me curate photos, connect with co photographers, and gain exposure."
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    Zazzle is a marketplace for creative people looking to buy or sell custom-made products. Zazzle lets creators design and sell their own designed products. Buyers enjoy a safe and secure shopping experience.

    Reyna Guevara
    Written on August 2, 2018
    "One of the brilliant marketplace for custom-made designer products. This is like amazon, there are exclusive discounts. Wall decals are my things and luckily I can buy from here. And in return, I can also sell my acrylic arts and canvas print. "
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    CafePress is an online merchandise for various items such as art prints on canvas, men and women accessories, accessories for kids and baby, home and decor, drinkware, stationery, stickers, and many more.



    Ashley McDonald
    Written on August 2, 2018
    "My brother is an interior designer and I happened to be a DIY arist so he recommends all my home and décor crafts ti his clients. In the event that I have some spare crafts such as vases and all, I sell them online on CafePresws. "
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    Amazon is an online retail company considered to be one of the largest in the world. It was created for users looking to find electronics, computers, software, apparel and accessories, books, music, DVDs, tools and hardware, and much more.


    Ma Shi
    Written on October 15, 2018
    "I think this is the universal online market place for all stuff, I mean everything and anything. It is really huge and can be overwhelming for some, like me...that's why I chose to find other sites that specializes on art works."
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    Redbubble is a print-on-demand marketplace for artists to sell their creations. With Redbubble you can open a shop for free. Just upload your art and designs, Redbubble handles all the printing and shipping. You'll be able to find designs of every kind: political, minimal design, artistic, funny, and more.



    Claire Shi
    Written on August 2, 2018
    "With this site, it is like opening your own boutique with your own designs but this one is for free. I like painting on canvas particularly on bags. What I do is I buy plain bags, paint on them with my own abstract deesign and then sell them on this site. You might want to check my collections on there. :D "
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    eBay is an online marketplace where users can connect to buy and sell electronics, cars, fashion apparel, collectibles, vinyl, sporting goods, digital cameras, baby items, coupons, and practically everything else under the sun.



    Vivaan Bose
    Written on August 2, 2018
    "comapred to amazon, i think ebay has some more efficient way of posting artworks esp if you have the cbarcodes. It will just be scanned and voila your items are uploaded u just gotta upload the picture but still i prefer smaller selling places onl."
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    Etsy is a peer-to-peer e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and supplies, as well as unique factory-manufactured items. It helps local sellers to make money by getting them in touch with millions of online buyers.


    Tammy Torres
    Written on August 2, 2018
    "When it comes to crafts and gift ideas, etsy is my go-to online market. I guess this has been my staple side way back in college. "
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    ShowFlipper is a website where users can buy and sell original art pieces such as fine art, digital art, fabric art, and even books. The website is based on California and sells thousands of collections.



    Sandeep Joshi
    Written on January 21, 2019
    "I am the owner of this website"
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    Artfuly is a marketplace for artists to exhibit their masterpieces and sell it to interested collectors. Launched in 2013, the website only welcomes quality artists together with original artworks to serve the consumers well.



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Best What are the best places to sell art online
1DeviantArtWebsites 17 Free
2500pxWebsites 12 Free
3ZazzleWebsites 12 Paid
4CafePressWebsites 7 Free
5AmazonWebsites 6 Free
6RedbubbleWebsites 6 Free
7eBayWebsites 2 Free
8EtsyWebsites 1 Free
9ShowFlipperWebsites 0 Free
10ArtfulyWebsites 0 Free

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