July 16, 2012
PrintedArt is proud to announce its integration with the Flickr photo sharing platform, allowing customers to order their personal Flickr images in the company’s unique float-on-the-wall format without uploading them to the PrintedArt website.
“We are continuously trying to simplify the ordering process for our customers, and this integration eliminates the need to upload photos multiple times,” said Klaus Sonnenleiter, president of PrintedArt. “Flickr is the most popular photo storing platform, and our Flickr Photolab cuts down on the process, and quickly allows for images to be produced with our signature wall decor products.”
Images will be transmitted for production automatically between the two online services.
To try the Flickr Photolab on PrintedArt, click on the link and give Flickr permission to connect when asked.
PrintedArt is also working on a solution to allow photographers to sell their artwork that is hosted by Flickr. It is currently in field trial with a limited set of participants. Photographers interested in participating are asked to send an email to admin(at)printedart(dot)com to be considered.
PrintedArt, is a web-based fine art photography collection, hand-selected by our experienced staff of curators who have created a highly selective gallery for the home decor and hospitality markets.
Every image in the collection is produced in a modern gallery-grade display format with acrylic finish, as a gallery-wrap canvas panel or as a wall mural.
The PrintedArt Photolab allows customers to print their own images in the same professional quality as our fine art collection.
For more information, contact PrintedArt at info(at)printedart(dot)com or at +1 201 301 9113.
Flickr is one of the world's leading online photo and video sharing communities where people explore, find, and manage pictures and video clips of life's daily moments with friends, family, and the world. With over 80 million worldwide visitors each month and billions of photos and videos stored by more than 40 million members, Flickr serves as the "eyes of the world" and has revolutionized the sharing and discovery of what people see and experience through digital imagery. To share and explore the world's photos and videos, visit http://www.flickr.com.
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