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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Rupert Tarsey Announces Launch of New Website

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) November 24, 2017

Rupert Tarsey, secretary of the Broward Republican Party, today announced the launch of his new website, The website provides an overview of his progressing political career, community service background, and his philanthropic passions. features a clean and simple one-page layout that is mobile-friendly and easy to navigate on a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. It focuses on Tarsey’s story and what fuels his work every single day.

“I am excited about the launch of my new website,” said Rupert Tarsey. “Being a young Republican, I strive every day to make positive contributions to our society. I hope that this website will serve as a hub for the public to get a deeper understanding of my background, experiences, and values in life. I want to be open and transparent about my political viewpoints, as well as my dedication to community service, my faith and my family.”

A public servant, Tarsey’s current role allows him to be a dedicated member of the Republican Party and an advocate for the local community. His career in public service began as a field officer for the Republican Party of Florida where he went door-to-door, speaking with thousands of Floridians and helping them register as voters. In 2017 Tarsey won a three-candidate election for secretary of the Broward Republican Executive Committee (BREC) in Florida.

To learn more about how Tarsey’s personal perspectives on family, politics, and community relations, visit:

About Rupert Tarsey

Rupert Tarsey is the secretary of the Broward Republic Executive Committee in South Florida. He also has extensive experience as a successful real estate owner, as well as stocks and commodities trader. Tarsey’s values for family, faith, and philanthropy play an integral part in his community advocacy, business, and government relations. For more information about Tarsey, please visit

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The Global Justice Center Applauds Over 90 Organizations for Calling on the European Commission to Provide Abortion Services to Women and Girls in War Zones

NEW YORK and GOMA (PRWEB) November 24, 2017

Tomorrow, the world celebrates the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. In anticipation of this day, a global coalition of ninety civil society organizations calls on the European Commission to ensure that abortion, a medical procedure, is included in the medical care offered to women and girls, particularly in areas where rape is used as a weapon of war.

International humanitarian law mandates that war victims must have access to any medical procedure required by their condition without discrimination. Receiving care in humanitarian settings is often difficult but even where care is available, abortion is often routinely denied as the only necessary medical procedure due to aid restrictions imposed by the United States.

In September 2015, the Commission clarified its legal position on safe abortion stating that international law may justify offering abortion services rather than perpetuating what amounts to inhumane treatment for war rape victims.

In an open letter to the Commission, the Coalition states: “In light of increasing attacks on their right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, largely driven by a dangerous anti-abortion ideology in the United States, now is a critical time for the EU to shift its position from paper to practice. Since the EU, along with its Member States, is the largest humanitarian aid donor in the world, it holds a unique responsibility to ensure international medical protocol follows the principle of non-discrimination enshrined in IHL.”

The denial of abortions is also a top contributor to maternal mortality. According to the World Health Organization, around 7 million women are admitted to hospitals every year in developing countries, as a result of unsafe abortion. Julienne Lusenge, President of SOFEPADI an organization working with survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and a signatory to the letter says, “If we want a better world, let's put women in a safe environment at childbirth and also stop detaining women in maternity wards for not paying fees.”

“The Commission’s clarification was a welcome step, but two years later we still haven’t seen any action taken to make it a reality for girls and women,” says Stephanie Johanssen, EU and UN Advocacy Director for the Global Justice Center, a legal advocacy group. “Abortion should not be treated differently than anti-HIV treatment, a blood transfusion, or any other medical aid required for war wounds. Commemorations every year to honor women’s rights are great, but not enough if we don’t make the strong laws we have, such as the Geneva Conventions, work for women.”

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