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Broaden Your Reach
We handle marketing, client communication, and payment so you can focus on what you do best: creating great work.
We exist to help up-and-coming artists gain more coverage, establish meaningful connections with everyday patrons, and gain more work.
Maintain Creative Control
Rather than give you direction, clients commission work based on samples you feature on our site. Each style of commission you would like to offer is presented as a separate product. This enables you to stick to your unique style(s) and gives clients a better understanding of what their final work of art will look like.
Work On Your Own Terms
Rather than work with pre-established deadlines, you will establish minimum price points for all your work, how much time you need to work on different types of commissions, and how many commissions you are willing to work on at once. You may also accept special requests and establish unique terms with more involved clients.
We reduce back-and-forth with clients by managing the payment process and restricting creative input to reference photos, initial notes, and one round of client feedback based on your initial, rough sketch (you are, of course, welcome to accept requests for additional client communication and control if you choose).
On ArtCorgi, you earn 70% of your work’s final sale price. In addition to managing payments (which are made upfront and held in escrow until you complete your work), we test your work at different price points (above your minimum) to optimize your sales and earnings. Because we set prices ourselves, ArtCorgi will not become a bargain basement art marketplace.
Expand Your Portfolio
The copyright of all art you create and sell through ArtCorgi will remain with you. Your clients will be given a worldwide, fully-paid, royalty-free, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-commercial, perpetual license with the right to reproduce, distribute, transmit, create derivative works of, and publicly display their commissions for personal purposes.
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