.ART Website Builder - New & Free!
This tool is free to use and accessible to all .ART domain holders who purchased their domain through get.art
In less than a month, more than 100 .ART domain adopters have decided to take advantage of it. Need some inspiration before taking the plunge? We suggest that you look at some recent usage examples.
Based in Japan and Germany, multidisciplinary artist Fuuko has used our new tool to the best of its abilities. Her medium includes painting, dance, performance, scenography & design. The portfolio of her website showcases examples of all of them. On her contact page, she links her audience to various social media and, most importantly, to her Etsy shop! Get inspired by visiting fuuko.art
Alena Gorbacheva is a ceramist for whom clay awakens her imagination. As she states: “I like to create complex sculptures that resemble spontaneous forms of nature. The most important thing for me is to show the movement of a static object.” Her website presents some of her creations by using several photos and details of her 3D clay artworks. She also took advantage of the numerous touchpoints of our contact pages by adding both her personal email and number and linking it to her main social media profiles. Visit alenagorbi.art to see how she easily creates her online presence with our new tool, a free website builder.
Another early adopter of our free website builder is Artyom Malyh, a late bloomer by his standard, who develops a keen interest in painting. Living in Moscow and coming to painting after studies in Nuclear Research, we appreciate how creative his use of the portfolio page is. By creating images with text, he made subsections to divide his work. Our new tool is limited only by your imagination of working with it! You can see how this painter pushes the boundaries of our free website builder further by visiting artyom-malyh.art
Among of our free website builder adopters, Women of Crypt Art (WOCA) is commanding attention. They are a “community group formed to highlight and promote, collaborate and support any artist who identifies as a woman in the crypto art space.” Furthermore, even without being an artist, you can join them as they also “women collectors, and curators, as well as anyone who supports our mission to make women more visible in the crypto art space.” We love what they stand for and how they are using our new free website builder to “come together to share ideas, information, tips and general support in all things crypto art.” Visit their website womenofcrypto.art works to know more!
With her art, Kate Matthews “weaves rhymes and paintings into unforgettable experiences. She uses gouache, egg tempera and poems to illuminate blind spots and forgotten truths.” She hopes that her ar can inspire connection, direction and action! She created her online presence with our new free website builder, making her art accessible in a few clicks and no time so she can focus on telling new stories. Take a deeper dive in her universe by visiting katematthews.art
Inspired? Ready to go? Here is a step-by-step process…
Get a .art domain on get.art. Standard domains start at just 9.95 $ per year.
Log in your account or quickly create one!
Click on the ADD/EDIT BUILDER
Then click on the green button ACTIVATE
Fill the information fields with the information you want display on your website, contact information, cover images and what your online presence is all about!
Add photos and videos of your projects
Hit the save button! It is located between the information section and the Portfolio one!
You are done!
Please note that it might take up to 48 hours to go live.
Keep in mind
You can always go back to your page and make modifications by login into your account on get.art
If you are a visual person, we also made a video! Watch it here
- Check your spelling and review the information before hitting the save button
- Follow our social media account for promo codes
- Look into our guidelines for .art Domains adopters to submit their work and be feature
You need inspirations, we have created content to help you think your online presence. You can read The website as a canvas or How to create an artist’s website and why you need one for more practical tips. This is only the beginning of your online presence. We can’t wait to see where it will take you!