Yes. In addition to the amount received through crowd funding, you will receive 30% of the retail sale price, net of our fees. You will also be reimbursed for your shipping expenses that you need to indicate on your artwork page before submitting it to us. Please note that payments processors may apply additional transaction fees.
Yes. You can publish works that have not been funded yet and make them available for sale on art:i:curate. Please check our fees applied to sales of non funded works.
We would be happy to feature your work on our platform and social media, publish an interview with you or any other updates you may wish to send us.
Once one of your works has been sold, we will get in touch with you to let you know and coordinate shipping, unless your work is exhibited with us.
We advise you to safely pack, insure, and ship the work within the timeframe indicated on the platform, unless the buyer wishes to make their own logistics arrangements.
We will transfer your payment within 30 days after the purchase has been made.
No. art:i:curate enables Co-Producers to pledge and collectively become owners of your work. Therefore, all transactions can be exclusively made via art:i:curate.
If a potential buyer approached you directly, we would appreciate you putting us in touch with them in order to assist them with the purchase.
After a successful funding campaign, your work is collectively owned by you and its Co-Producers. Therefore, your funded work can be exclusively sold via art:i:curate.
We would, therefore, appreciate you directly putting us in touch with the potential buyer.
We kindly ask artists to submit works of art that are not available for sale on any other online channels. We do not apply exclusivity terms to design products.
You must agree to our User Terms before making a submission.
If you are an artist, you can showcase your works on your own or other websites and representative galleries’ websites, if applicable. However, we encourage keeping an overall refined and carefully considered online presence. You should not showcase works of art that you feature on art:i:curate elsewhere, no matter whether they are funded or not.
If you are a product designer, you can showcase and sell your products on your own and other websites. However, we encourage you to keep an overall refined and carefully considered online presence with product placement.