Displate is a website and Company that makes awesome metal posters and ships them all across the world. Each poster is about 3mm, they come with a set of two magnets that come with an adhesive side, so you can easily hang them in your wall. The said posters are created by various talented artists that upload their work to the site, who receive up to 25% per piece (however, if they play smart and share their own works, they have better chances at earning more).
Their work sells by 44$ up to 69$ each. It is like this due: a) the standard price the artist sets (which usually is 44$, but can be more), and b) the site’s options of changing the finishing and whether or not add a frame. For finishing you can choose between mate, the default that doesn’t adds extra-cost, and gloss, for which you’ll have to pay 9$. If you want a frame, they cost 25$; if you stay frameless, well, the option doesn’t add extra-cost and the posters still look amazing.
In the end, it is a matter of personal taste.
Now, in which size do they come? The posters come in three sizes: M (45cm x 32cm), L (67.5cm x 48cm) y XL (90cm x 64cm) and the site offers a previews of each of them.
- They have a refund police in which you can give back the poster, as long as it hasn’t been hung.
- They ship to all parts of the world, but beware of your country customs fees, they don’t cover that.
- You can contact them via Support@Displate.com
- If you need extra magnets, they’ll send you them for free.
Now, that’s Displate from a customer’s point of view. That said, it doesn’t matter if you’re not an artist, because you can promote other’s art and earn by sharing links to their work. How? Easy. If a piece is sold via your share link, you can earn 5% (up to 25%). This way, you’re supporting the artist and making a little bit of money yourself.
If you have your own site, you can make a widget and earn. If you’re an influencer, you can earn. You can promote other’s art and earn.
Displate pays via Paypal and after you’ve reached a certain amount of earned money (ten thousands) they’ll ask you for a proof of tax payment (don’t sweat it if there’s no document for that in your country, you can give them your passport ID). Before that, it isn’t required except for Art Agents I think.
For the last, I’ll leaving a few links to a few collections I really liked:
Maps & Cities: http://bit.ly/2IkSzC6
You can find displates about everything! TV shows, movies, anime, games, comics, etc. Would you check it out?