Customon Paid Over $50,000 To Artists Selling Their Art in Form of Custom T-Shirts Online in the Last 12 Months

EATONTOWN, N.J. (PRWEB) November 24, 2017

While many artists including graphic designers, photographers, logo designers are struggling on trying to make a living online by selling their art in the market or in galleries, a few found the right tool to sell their art to the right audience. From galleries, to stock images, to private label websites, there are many outlets where artists can sell their art, but there are a few forces that act against them including difficulty in getting accepted by galleries or websites and the low prices at which their art is sold.

A photographer who sells his pictures as stock photo said that he made $0 to pennies for some of his pictures, and the rest of them made him a few hundred bucks (over time), but the amount of effort that went into clicking the pictures, and editing them, was worth a lot more than that.

Meanwhile, artists started uploading their designs on Customon’s website and not only did it automatically apply those designs to over 40 different products including t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, hats, etc but also many accessories like coffee mugs, travel mugs, etc. They also listed these designs on their product inventory, so the new designs got noticed by hundreds of thousands of customers using that website.

“Not only is it easy, it is so obvious. You can either sell on the Customon Marketplace, or create your own shop on their website. I did both since selling is free on both channels,” says Aibek (artist) from As an artist, people don’t realize that their art doesn’t have to sell like the “art” that you create, but can also become a part of the top-selling product lines out there. Now besides having their designs on a high traffic, high conversion website, the artists can also promote their own art on their facebook, twitter and instagram pages, in addition to promoting it offline/word of mouth and create a following of their own.

Besides selling their own designs to the target audience, some artists even go to the next level by taking projects from big corporations to create promotional material for them, making even more money by using the design tools that Customon offers.

In a short interview with the founder of Customon, Ramazan Taylan said that he and other founders of the company always knew that there are people who like to create art and have big dreams of sharing their art with the world. Not every artist out there has the right set of tools to be able to take their art, create a wide variety of products, market those and ship them without having to go through a lot of hassles, so we wanted to create all the tools so they can focus on doing what they do best – Create Art, while we handle everything else for them.

This statement stands true for all those artists who were able to identify the opportunity provided by and took advantage of it to generate thousands of dollars in commissions. Customon paid over $50,000 to artists who sell their design on their website within the last year. The process to make money on Customon’s website is very straightforward and can be followed by any artist who has art that they own. They can visit the website, create an account and upload their designs in the specified formats. Once the designs are published, the products become live in the marketplace and on every purchase by a customer, a pre-determined commission is credited to the artist and paid out every month.

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ProGlitch Volume 3 was released by Pixel Film Studios for FCPX

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (PRWEB) November 24, 2017

With ProGlitch Volume 3 users are given the tools and effects to create a time distorting dynamic glitch effect in seconds all within Final Cut Pro X. Users have complete control over each glitch’s animation, displacement, and more leaving room for endless possibilities. Users can select from either multiple noise types, displacements, frame offsets, blurs, color channel glitches, and more.

Create a custom glitch effect with ProGlitch Volume 3 from Pixel Film Studios. With ProGlitch Volume 3 users given the tools and effects to generate a new and custom glitch each and every time. Users are given complete control over gradient blur, shake, warp, randomization, noisiness, seed generators, frame offset, color channel, displacement, and more all with a click of a mouse all within Final Cut Pro X.

With ProGlitch Volume 3 from Pixel Film Studios the possibilities are truly endless. Users have complete control over where, when, and how each glitch appears and animates in a matter of seconds. With ProGlitch Volume 3 each user has total control over displacement, style, animation, and more with the ability to rearrange each layer and create something new every time all within FCPX.

ProGlitch Volume 3 was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a title effect overlay, each ProGlitch Volume 3 preset can be dragged and dropped onto media and previewed in real time. With the published parameters found in the FCPX inspector, users have the ability to make further adjustments with just a few clicks of a mouse.

Established in 2006, Aliso Viejo, California-based Pixel Film Studios is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple FCPX. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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Denise E. Mitchell Named Executive Director of Washington, D.C. Chapter of NECA

ANNANDALE, Va. (PRWEB) November 24, 2017

Denise E. Mitchell has been named Executive Director of the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). She replaces retiring executive director, Andrew Porter, who will stay on until the end of the year.

Mitchell has extensive experience both in the labor sector as well as the association world. She served as executive director of the Howard University Medical Alumni Association, labor relations and compliance programs manager with DC Water and senior labor relations officer at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA).

In her new role as executive director, Mitchell will serve as spokesperson for the electrical contracting industry in the Washington, D.C. area. Through her leadership, she will strive to improve communications within the trade and also build relationships with NECA members and leadership of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 26. Mitchell will also serve as an advisor to the trustees of The Electrical Alliance, the Labor Management Cooperative Committee (LMCC) between NECA’s D.C. Chapter and IBEW Local 26.

“We are pleased to continue working with Denise, and our partners at NECA D.C., to advance the electrical industry and accomplish joint goals for the betterment of both our organizations,” said George Hogan, business manager of IBEW Local 26.

Mitchell earned her law degree in Employment and Labor Law from Howard University School of Law and undergraduate degree in Education and Industrial Psychology from the State University of New York–New Paltz. She is a certified Human Resources Professional, a designation of SPHR from the Society of Human Resources Management; a Certified Public Manager through the Metropolitan Council of Governments Executive Leadership Program at George Washington University and a certified EEO investigator.

“Our members have helped build our nation’s capital – one of the most beautifully lit cities in the world – from monuments to ballparks, government offices to campuses and public spaces, entire building updates to small contract jobs,” said Mitchell. She added, “I’m excited to cooperatively lead our industry forward – here in the D.C. area, harness new electrical technologies and expand our membership of electrical contractors and their skilled workforces.”

The Electrical Alliance is a cooperative effort between the Washington, D.C. Chapter of National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 26.

About The Electrical Alliance

The Electrical Alliance is a cooperative effort between electrical contractors and skilled craftsmen to provide quality products and services to customers and to set the standard for efficiency and productivity within the electrical industry. It is jointly sponsored by the Washington, D.C. Chapter of National Electrical Contractors Association and IBEW Local 26. To learn more, visit or follow the Electrical Alliance on Twitter @dcelec_alliance.

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