INPRNT founders are unknown.
INPRNT was founded in 2006 as a service for artists, by artists. We handle all aspects of production in-house, which means we can produce the best quality prints available and provide the highest earnings to artists. We take care of the printing, packaging, shipping, and customer service so that your favourite artists never have to step away from creating the art you love.
INPRNT has been helping artists sell gallery-quality giclée prints of their work since 2006. Our mission is to continue to set the bar with the highest royalties for our artists and the best quality prints for our customers.
All parts of our service are handled in-house, from print production to customer service. Each order is printed by us and inspected for quality before being carefully packed and shipped. We never outsource or drop ship prints like other websites, which means our artists can count on us to represent them with utmost quality and professionalism–and our customers can count on us for amazing art for their walls.
INPRNT is a bootstrapped company, owned and operated by its founders. This means we don’t have to answer to investors or sacrifice quality for the bottom line. We have strong relationships with the artists we work with. Not only do we constantly develop new features based on artist feedback, but our entire gallery is curated by our artists, who have the opportunity to vote on submissions to our site.
Our main goal, our motivation, and our business model are built upon efforts to help artists succeed. We love art, and we work hard every day to give the best experience to both our artists and our customers. INPRNT offers a curated gallery experience, 50% royalties for our artists, and perfect prints for our customers.
• large artist base
• easy interface
• 50% Commission base
• paypal tranaction
• voting system
• no templates provided
• no watermarking
• limited sales reporting
• artist based curating
InPrnt is a small outfit run by like-minded artists. They have a growing turnover and the site reflects a seemingly unfriendly interaction with artists. There have been instances for fraudulent trading through the site, that leads to artist commissions being lost.