UGallery’s new commision artwork service means normal people can feel like a Medici. Its marketplace connects people with working artists who can create personalized pieces of art at a reasonable price point.
Guest Post A few weeks ago my team at MuleSoft created a video describing what it’s like to be a developer at the company, and I noted in the video how developers are like artists. In response, I received numerous questions and comments about it being an interesting metaphor and requests to elaborate on the concept.
Ecommerce giant Amazon has launched a new Amazon Art marketplace for fine art, drawings, prints, and photographs with more than 40,000 works.
Dragon’s Crown is a side-scrolling beat-em-up full of epic quests, loot, and clever pop-culture references. Hopefully, you can look beyond the controversial art style.
Online art gallery UGallery announced today that it now has over 500 artists in its community and 6,000 original pieces of art in its marketplace- “the biggest numbers today for an all-original art focused startup.”
We receive a lot of odd, unsolicited mail at the VentureBeat offices. But this piece of art that arrived in the mail this week might take the cake.
New York-based Crowdcases wants to bring together a community of designers to raise money for nonprofit organizations.
In tribute to the late Roger Ebert: an alternative take on his legacy.
Artists from around the world come together on See.me to create and share portfolios, find opportunities, and gain exposure.
The Art of Journey will provide owners with tons of unseen art, the full musical score, and augmented reality from the acclaimed PSN title
For most people, art, like espresso, is best served in small doses. DailyArt, a free app for iOs and Android, is your daily dose of classic paintings, best enjoyed during your morning commute.
PopCap Games and Treehouse Brand Stores have launched a new retail site dedicated to the hit game Plants vs. Zombies.
Minted, a marketplace for community-sourced paper products like custom stationery and wedding invitations, has raised a big pile of the green kind of paper you can spend.
Stepping into the word of art collecting can be a costly and difficult experience, especially for the uninitiated. New York City-based Artsicle, which is launching today, aims to help anyone kickstart their art collections with its carefully chosen selection of original art.