The InkCredibles are a compilation of our fave designs, whether they’re funny quotes, majestic patterns or meaningful pieces of art, created by the Inktale artists. In this week’s edition we bring you hot off the press and original artwork from Irena Orlov, Sketchbook Ink, Campstake, Moncai the Label and Yohann Libot.
The InkCredibles are a compilation of our fave designs, whether they’re funny quotes, majestic patterns or meaningful pieces of art, created by the Inktale artists. In this week’s edition we bring you hot off the press and original artwork from Tyler Spangler, MCMLXV65, Evan Luza, Curt Barter, and Megan Palmer.
If you’ve already had a good scroll through Inktale and tried your hand at uploading your first artwork, you’ve been part of Inktale’s exciting kickoff! As of today, Inktale has over 1500 users, 9000+ designs, and more than 50,000 products available for purchase.
Our priority is to make your Inktale journey as smooth as possible. So, to make sure everything goes swimmingly (mandatory fish pun), we suggest you keep one eye on your products and artwork, and follow the 4 key points discussed in this blog.
Online marketplaces make it simple for artists to sell their work to a broader audience. And there are a lot of options to choose from, like Redbubble, Zazzle, Society6, Threadless, the list goes on. Now there’s a new player in town to give the big guys a run for their money – Inktale.
We’re launching Inktale because there’s serious room for improvement in the online marketplace industry. Today’s popular platforms don’t always offer the best margins, and they limit artists’ control over their customers and products. We want to provide what Zazzle, Redbubble, Society6, and others are lacking.