“Fine Art Photoblog”

We just finished two weeks of middle and high school shows (Once Upon a Mattress & Thoroughly Modern Millie) so I didn’t have time to put The P&P Weekly together for this week as of yet. I’ll be working on it today for tomorrow, so be sure to stop back.

In the meantime, Friend-of-the-Blog David Ziser let me know the other day of a new web project he’s been working on that is launching today called Fine Art Photoblog.

Fine Art Photoblog announces the launch of a unique new website, offering the discerning art buyer opportunities that have so far not been available.

In the manner of a photoblog, seven internationally acclaimed fine art photographers work together, publishing a work of fine art photography daily; every day another photographer, each photographer once per week. The works will be up for purchase in two variants, targeting two groups of buyers.

In the manner of a gallery, the website will acquire and permanently display the works of seven great photographers. An extensive search interface completes the offer, providing capabilities to search for artists, keywords, and certain characteristics of the photographs (horizontal or vertical orientation, colors, etc.).

Right from the start, all works will be available in two qualities:

  • as high-quality but unsigned prints from printing services such as Imagekind.com or RedBubble.com (at the discretion of the photographer). These are printed in sizes and on papers of the customer’s choice. They are shipped matted, framed and glazed, according to the customer’s wishes.
  • as definitive and collectible signed prints of the highest quality available called The Work. In case of digital prints, The Work will be available in only one size, perfectly fitting the characteristics of the image and printed on exquisite fine art paper of the artist’s choice, either by the artist himself or by a fine art printer under the direction of the artist. The Work is the unique expression of the artist’s creative power.

David has joined photographers from around the globe – including Brian Auer (San Diego, CA, USA), Neil Creek (Melbourne, Australia), Andrew Gibson (La Plata, Argentina), Andreas Manessinger (Vienna, Austria), Cody Redmon (Livingston, MT, USA), and Joseph Szymanski (San Francisco, CA, USA) – to provide a central location for the searching, display, and purchase of their respective works “centered around the photos and their visual impact.”

Take a look.

Comments:
  • This the first day and some great work available already. Definetly one to watch.

    February 11, 2008 at 1:32 pm

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