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Top 10 Places to Sell Art Online

Updated on July 1, 2012

Below is a list of website on which you can sell your art and crafts. If you are not interested in selling your art online but are still looking for ways to make money you should check out our hub: 55 WAYS TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE for a thorough list of ways that you can begin making money totally online

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1. ETSY

Etsy is the largest website and which you can sell your arts and crafts. They are a very artistic community specializes completely in handmade items and art. Many sellers have made Etsy their home business and make enough to support themselves or as a supplemental income.

2. ZAZZLE

Zazzle allows you to make your own designs and have them applied to T-shirts, stickers, buttons, postcards, different types of clothing, postage stamps, mousepads, bumper sticker, skateboards and more. You make money when your items sell on their site. The key idea in the case is to come up with the best design you can possibly come up with.

3. CAFEPRESS

Cafe Press is similar to Zazzle and will allow you to create many of the same types of products with your design. Cafe Press seems to lean more toward different types of clothing but also allows you to create your own CDs and DVDs.

4. ICRAFT

Icraft is similar to Etsy focusing primarily on handmade items such as braclets, knitted items, etc. This site is Canada based but open to anyone.

5. ARTBREAK

Artbreak is a buy and sell art community leaning mostly toward paintings, illustrations, etc. If you are in the market to sell this type of art this is the site for you.

6. GRAPHIC LEFTOVERS

Graphic Leftovers is primarily for all types of digital art. If you are a graphic artist or are self taught give the digital art thing a try.

7. MYFONTS

MyFonts is pretty much what the title says, upload your fonts and sell them on the site. It is the largest online font collection out there and is the source for anyone looking for seriously unique fonts.

8. REDBUBBLE

Redbubble provides the ability of one to sell their T-shirts, wall art, etc. A newer art community it is a place for artists to congregate as well as sell their artistic endeavors.

9. FOUNDMYSELF

Foundmyself is another artwork site that combines community and gives the ability for you to sell your art. Geared primarily toward paintings, wall art and illustrations but allows the possiblity for other forms to be sold.

10. IMAGEKIND

Imagekind is a site where you can sell your art primarily focusing on prints, wall art, illustraions, etc. They give you your own domain withing their site and a list of other tools to attract potential buyer to your work.

If you are not interested in selling your art online but are still looking for ways to make money check out hub: 55 WAYS TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE for a thorough list of ways that you can begin making money totally online.

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      Candle Hour 6 years ago from North America

      I'm very glad it helped you out, more to come, thanks.

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      Jed Fisher 6 years ago from Oklahoma

      My spouse is earning a BA in ART, and dismays about how it's a waste of time and money, but I show her she can easily sell 24" x 36" oil paintings for $500, by showing her the sights listed in your hub. Very helpful!