Tuesday, November 11, 2008

abstractLatte is on Etsy!


It's been a long time in the making but I finally got the shop together! I'm in the process of listing pieces so check back regularly for new work...http://abstractlatte.etsy.com/.


3 comments:

www.cradinco.com said...

I AM VERY PLEASED WITH MY PURCHASE OF THE FLAMINGOS FROM CAPITOL EYES AND CANNOT WAIT TO CONTINUE MY SHOPPING ON ETSY!

RICHARD CRADDOCK II

autumn's darkroom said...

I just joined etsy and I'm wondering the best way to list photography. Esp when you want to sell multiple prints of each photograph and different sizes. I don't want to limit what I put up and restrict what people might want.

Joe said...

Photography is a difficult discipline to deal with when it comes to selling so I'll try to approach this from a couple of different angles.

...if your shop only displays photography...

I would set up different sections based on the varying dimensions. I'm not sure how many dimensions you work with, I stick with 5x5, 8x8, 8x10, and 8.5x11; depending on how you approach this, you may want to group the work by small, medium, and large dimensions (clarifying the definitions in your shop policy or bio).

As an alternative to listing by dimensions, you could create sections for "limited editions", "unlimited prints", or even by edition amounts such as "editions of 100", "editions of 50", etc.

...if your shop displays different art disciplines...

I would list all your photography in one group, then specify dimensions and edition numbers in the description for each piece.