Technology is expanding by leaps and bounds, and all the latest innovations in the field of tech are related to mobile technology. Now, a new app by the name of ARTtwo50 allows home owners to buy a piece of original art for themselves, all at a fixed price of just USD $250. This is a unique platform that provides artists with an outlet to sell their work, while customers are able to purchase art items with minimal hassle.
Original art is quite expensive, and not always affordable by the average home owner. All that is set to change with the help of ARTtwo50. All you have to do is to download the free app from the App Store, and start browsing through the litany of different original art pieces that are available. The good thing about this app is that all of the original art that is featured on their platform is available for a fixed price for USD $250. This ensures that customers can purchase whatever they want, at a set price. More importantly, for artists, ARTtwo50 is a great choice as well, because it allows them to get substantial value for their labor.
ARTtwo50 App in Action – Room Wall Art
(ARTtwo50 iPad camera screen on a blank room wall)
(Trying out an art piece on your wall to see if its a good fit)
(View full details of the art piece on the ARTtwo50 app)
(Can’t decide? No worries! You can always share it on social media and ask for your friends what’s their thoughts )
Another great option in the ARTtwo50 app is that it allows users to view how the art would look on your walls, via augmented reality. This allows the user to first view how the art would look on their walls, and then decide whether it looks good or not. If it does, they can decide to buy it, or browse through other options. ARTtwo50 provides a great alternative to people who can’t afford to buy art from a traditional gallery, and it also provides artists with a simplistic way of selling their art without having to set up an exhibition and spend a lot of money.
Images Courtesy of ARTtwo50
As unique as ARTtwo50 really is, there are numerous other additions and enhancements that can be made in the home décor industry. How about selling furniture designed by artists to customers, using augmented reality apps to first show how it is going to look in their homes? What other ideas do you have?