What does a good application look like?

 No one likes waiting, so if you want to ensure that your application gets accepted without a second thought, it should (or shouldn't) look something like this;

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Final Checklist;

  • High-resolution images (with NO watermarks!). We ask that you please upload high resolutions images of at least 1200 pixels on each side. For more information please visit our Knowledge Base article: What are the image file requirements? and for more information on taking a good photo of your art have a look here: See here for a guide to photographing your art
  • Links to your online presence (personal website/facebook/twitter) - we like to know you're comfortable with technology
  • Interesting 'About' section - we love it when people are enthusiastic - What do you want to know about me?
  • A returns address from our list of available countries - My country of residence is not appearing in the seller application - International Returns - Restricted Countries
  • Clear medium and dimensions - just gives us a broader picture
  • Valid ID (this can be a passport, driver's licence or national identity card) & Selfie holding your ID so it's visible 
  • Your application is submitted in English. Artists are responsible for setting up their listings and managing their shops, and that any associated text, along with any communication to customers, needs to be in English, as you will be reaching out to an international audience. And to avoid any miscommunications/translation issues during your review process.

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