Here at Adrenalina we’re art lovers. We love to experience all the creativity that mankind has to offer. But, we also know it can be hard for small-time artist to get the exposure they need. That’s why we are so excited to highlight a pair of websites we feel gives capitalism a much needed dose of creativity. Not to mention it’s also helping to spread the wealth.

What happens when you take a social-networking based T-shirt store such as Threadless.com and combine it with a user moderated art gallery like Society6.com?

The answer: ArtistShoppe

This new hybrid web site allows artist to post their work on Society6. The artworks are then promoted by their fans, earning featured placement on the site. Not only do you get to purchase the art featured but Threadless.com will also select a few lucky artists from Society6, and will printed their works on T-shirts. Talk about a match made in heaven.

Artists will now have access to a whole new market for their creative inspiration, an exciting fusion between art, social-media, and the free-market. The partnership between these two innovative companies is one that will likely continue to offer opportunity for artists, and consumers alike.

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Comments
  1. vjp says:

    This website is pretty awesome that it gets to promote artists by selling their t-shirts. There’s a smaller shop that I know of that also gives small-time artists a chance to shine called the Shirt Scuffle.

    Artists can compete to have their art printed and sold and in the end, get paid. This shop’s got a ton of personality with a touch of fun.

    Check it out! http://www.shirtscuffle.com

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