ARTCONNECT ART SUBSCRIPTION – A NEW WAY TO ACCESS ART

Receive high quality art prints directly in your mailbox.

Buying art can be overwhelming – scary even. Artconnect, a social network for creatives, creative businesses and art lovers founded in Berlin 2011, means to change this by launching their worldwide art subscription. “We want to make art accessible for everyone – everywhere”, Júlia Marí- Bernaus, the owner and CEO of Artconnect, says.
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From July and onwards the subscribers will receive a curated package including an A5 to A4 sized print in museum quality – produced and hand-cut by a professional digital printing studio in Berlin, an artist information page, a poster and two postcards.

As a subscriber you choose the payment plan that works best for you, paying either annually, quarterly or monthly. If you pay once a year it only costs 20 euros per month to receive prime art prints directly to your mailbox 12 times a year. “We are really happy to be able to offer this subscription for a fair price with free worldwide shipping. High quality art prints should not be something only a few can have in their homes”, Júlia Marí-Bernaus says.

The art subscription is an easy way to explore art. It also gives you the opportunity to change your decorations at home regularly, start your art collection, build an instagram-friendly collage wall or find a unique gift solution.

The artists featured in the subscription are selected from Artconnect’s own network, which has over 20.000 users. “There is so much talent in our network and we love supporting our artists. The subscription is a further step for us to do so, both via payments and promotion”, Júlia Marí-Bernaus says. The first artist to be featured in the subscription will be Jorge Chamorro, a collage artist from Madrid now based in Berlin. He sees the art subscription as a great way to access inspiring art, learn about other artists and of course to promote his own work. “My artworks will hopefully be hanging on the walls of homes all over the world, it’s exciting!”, the artist says.

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