Posts filed under ‘Sistino’

Show More, Sell More: Sistino Listings Increase

It’s true — if you show more, you’ll sell more. So to help that along, we’re increasing your Sistino image listings allowance for all accounts. Here’s the deal:

    THEN   NOW
  Open Studio 3 images 10 images
  Select Studio 15 images 50 images
  Premium Studio 40 images 200 images

What do you need to do to get this upgrade? Nothing — these allowances will be added to your account automatically. All you have to do is sign in to your account, and select additional works to be listed on Sistino. Remember, images must be set-up for Print-on-Demand (POD) in order to be listed on Sistino.

  • Haven’t added images to your gallery yet? Sign in to your Artist Rising account and go to “Your Gallery” to get started
  • Ready to take your gallery to the next level? Sign in and go to “My Account” to upgrade to Select or Premium Studio Membership
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April 30, 2007 at 11:34 am Leave a comment

A New Look for Sistino

Have you been to Sistino lately? Lots of changes and new features to make browsing and discovering new artwork easier than ever, including:

Drop by Sistino and see what’s new.

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April 17, 2007 at 11:26 am 2 comments

New on Sistino: Staff Picks

We here at Artist Rising and Sistino see a lot of great art, so we thought we’d share some of our personal favorites. The Staff Picks Galleries rolled out this week on Sistino, and most all of us, from Brad, our VP to Alice in Artist Services curated online galleries to show you some of the artworks that caught our eyes. There’s lots to see — artworks in different styles and mediums from artists from all over the U.S. as well as international painters and photographers.

In my Staff Picks Gallery, a lot of my choices remind me of favorite places: Hawaii, Japan and Joshua Tree National Park. But I also picked a few artworks that appealed to my interest in graphic design, illustration and digital animation. One artist’s work that I thought was especially interesting is Charles (Chuck) Cirino’s flying saucer series — definitely not your average landscape painting!

April 4, 2007 at 12:16 pm Leave a comment


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