Three ways artists add a twist to artwork packaging
Selling your artwork online is a lot of fun. When it comes to packing and shipping, there are a few ways to add a personal touch. Why? Aside from being able to increase brand awareness in your practice, Collectors appreciate and notice the intimate details that sweeten the overall experience.
Below are some brief examples of our artists who have made the effort.
put it on
Diana Roig reflects the exuberant energy of her abstracts in the packaging. wooden box or tube, It somehow makes the average “fragile” warning seem a lot less ominous.
Appearance is important
A holistic approach to your work not only demonstrates professionalism, but also impresses collectors with the quality of your work. Take the time and effort to create a business card or small postcard print with your name on it. Saatchi Art URL, Handles or Website are a great way to ensure collectors (and possibly their friends) can easily get back in touch. Take a leaf from Veneta’s book and wrap it all up nicely with a complimentary bow.
make it personal
As our Senior Product Manager Darcy Ryan ordered her first piece Kasia GawronShe was no less delighted when she found a little note about it. Like Darcy, collectors will notice and appreciate the little human touches that mean so much. Without getting too cheesy, there is a special relationship between an artist and a collector, so the chances of immortalizing it are nothing short of precious.
if you are New on saleWhether you’re a collector’s item or an old pro, adding your own personal touches can create a bond between you and a collector that will keep them coming back for more.
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