A new art-inspired stock photography collection, offering advertising quality images at microstock rates
New York, NY, January 17, 2012. DeviantART (dA) and Fotolia announced the release of the deviantART Collection, offering stock images curated as art with a commercial user in mind. This unique collection includes over 3,000 images created by members of the dA community, now available for purchase through the Fotolia website, http://www.fotolia.com/dacollection.
Available now exclusively at Fotolia.com, users can browse the collection and purchase these high-end images through one single download purchase or subscription at the standard Fotolia pricing.
“We are thrilled to introduce the dA Collection, striking images representative of the caliber of artwork created by the deviantART community,” said Angelo Sotira, co-founder and chief executive officer of deviantART. “Our partnership with Fotolia is a fantastic opportunity to shine the light on our artists, exposing them to a worldwide market opportunity and also provide a fresh perspective to Fotolia customers.”
“Fotolia is proud to be the stock photo agency that deviantART chose to leverage their amazing collection. We’re excited to support the creative work of their community and to offer the collection to our designers,’ said Oleg Tscheltzoff, CEO of Fotolia LLC.
View the collection at http://www.fotolia.com/dacollection.
DeviantART is the world’s largest online community for artists and art enthusiasts. Created to entertain, inspire and empower artists and art lovers, deviantART features an extensive and evolving platform used to exhibit, promote and discover art and interact with members. DeviantART features close to 200 million unique pieces of art to date, and receives over 2.2 billion pages views per month. There are approximately 1.5 million comments traded on dA each day, between its 18 million members.
Over 2.5 million people prefer Fotolia for affordable, royalty-free images, graphics and HD videos. With the introduction of the Infinite Collection, Fotolia became the first worldwide microstock organization to offer both crowd-sourced and professional images on one site. Founded in New York City in 2004, Fotolia spans the globe with websites in 12 languages