Own app for artist
For iPhone and Android
It takes less than 10 minutes
to create an app
from 99
Dollars/Euro
it’s worth creating and supporting an app
built on the Arthive
platform
Millions of art lovers use smartphones And they’re your potential admirers, buyers and friends.
get a Direct, unique contact with a viewer.
permanently.
What is it?
The app is unique, because you have direct access to each user: there’s no one between you, it’s just your artworks and the viewer, who isn’t distracted by anything and is always available.
An artist needs a personal app just as much as a personal website or at least a phone number. But creating your own app is expensive and tricky. So we’re offering a
Platform,
where you can create apps that consider the actual needs of artists and art lovers.
Why should I?
If you understand that mobile media are a future that’s already arrived, you can skip this paragraph, If not, remember that more than half of all Internet activity goes on through mobile phones, and a quarter of all people use only mobile devices to access the Internet. And this figure is steadily growing. Mobile is the new reality, and it’s up to you to decide if you need it or not.
25%
of all people use only mobile devices to access the Internet
Examples of apps for artists
Created with the platform
Ivan Ayvazovsky
The best known Russian maritime artist. The main subjects of his paintings are the sea and the sky. Ayvazovsky went from being a child in Feodosia, who drew on the walls of houses, because there were no pencils or albums at home, to one of most prominent and successful artists of his time.
1
Hieronymus Bosch
Hieronymus Bosch (Dutch) Jheronimus Bosch (Latin) Hieronymus Bosch, circa 1450-1516, was born and died in the city of Hertogenbosch. He is the most celebrated representative of the Northern Renaissance, an artist whose life remains a mystery 500 years after his death, while his art is a source of inspiration for contemporary artists, designers and filmmakers.
2
Claude Monet
Oscar Claude Monet was a French artist, one of the founders of Impressionism.
3
Vincent van Gogh
Vincent Willem van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist artist whose artworks have had a timeless influence on 20th century painting.
4
Kazimir Severinovich Malevich
Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (February 23rd, 1879, Kiev — May 15, 1935, Leningrad) — Russian and Soviet avant-garde artist, founder of Suprematism, art theoretician, philosopher.
Peculiarities of Kazimir Malevich`s art: founder of Suprematism, world-famous for his Black Square, Malevich didn’t restrict his art to the subjectless painting, having tried himself in almost every modernistic genres and styles that emerged at the turn of XIX—XX centuries (from Impressionism and Fovism to Cubism and Futurism).
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Design
The understated, carefully crafted design of each app screen does not distract the user. What’s most important is your artworks.
Individuality
Each app released on our platform is customized. You can determine its features and appearance yourself, or ask our designers for help.
Simplicity
You manage the app the same way as your Arthive page: You simply write texts, upload artworks, announce exhibitions — it all appears in the app, and users receive update notices.
Features
Update feed, publications, profile, a catalog of artworks with filters, artworks for sale, receive orders, blog, contacts, personal messenger. You can delete excess sections and add the ones you need.
Native
The apps implemented on our platform are written in native languages for iPhone and Android. This means they’re stable, fast and reliable.
How does it work?
After the content of the sections has been specified and the app has been created, it is sent to Apple AppStore and Google.Play – app markets. Any smartphone owner can install your app from there.
  1. 01 Create a page in Arthive
  2. 02 Select the app functionality
  3. 03 Decide on the app design
  4. 04 publish in AppStore and Google.Play
Then you simply manage your usual page in Arthive. All updates will be captured in your app.
How Arthive works
Arthive allows artists to create and manage their own page, and publish artworks and notes. So it’s a full-featured personal website, but with with a ready-made, interested audience. Users will be able view, comment, like and subscribe.
How do I create an app?
Register as an artist in Arthive, publish your artworks, select the app format and send a request to release it.
That's it. The app will be released within a week, and you’ll be able to manage its content using your Arthive page.
But there's more
If you’re a professional artist or his/her representative, Arthive can help you
  1. Sell
    artworks
  2. Manage
    deals
  3. Keep
    a record of sales
  4. Issue
    invoices
  5. Manage
    customer relations
This functionality is available to app owners
Free
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