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Would these Sell


lobsterboy e2
11 14.3k 13 United Kingdom
16 May 2005 11:55PM
Andrew,

I recon they could sell - I really like the inside-out ones how do you create those?

Youve already had some great advice - get out there and sell these. Put a sticker on the back mentioning your website & contact details...If they buy one they are likely to want another Smile

Chris

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redfig e2
10 24 United Kingdom
17 May 2005 9:27PM
Hi Chris

Thank you so much Chris.
Yours
Andrew
ZenTog e2
12 7.9k 1 England
17 May 2005 10:44PM
very sellable prints for a modernist office or home, only wish I could do something that was that commercial and sellable to the masses
you need to design a small a5 brochure with a mini cd showing options and the range of prints etc pricing is important also teling the customer how limited an edition the print run will be and signing the prints with a edition number
also look into longtivity of your prints the customer will not be happy if an expensive print fades very quickly

one other thing to consider is the clients llighting as prints look very different in natural light compared to tungsten and floursecent
acbeat e2
9 14 United Kingdom
18 May 2005 12:30AM
Nice prints have them printed on canvas 30x30ins with frame, then find local art shops and ask if they will display and sell them on a commision basis.

I did this and sold a few at 85 but it's very slow going.

Andy b
redfig e2
10 24 United Kingdom
18 May 2005 10:22PM
Hi PaulSFrost
Thank you so much for your help I must get a brochure to gether,great idea.

Thank you Acbea I do think canvas is the way to go I really like the effect with canvas and the big plus no need to frame them as well so cost wise it is not to bad.

Were do you get you canvas done ,sound a very good price Acbea.

Thank you all for your time and help
Yours
Andrew

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