ArtAffairs, Bulldog Products to Offer Print On Demand Services – Digital Pulse Inc

ArtAffairs, Bulldog Products to Offer Print On Demand Services – Digital Pulse Inc – Brief Article

TORONTO–Through a new partnership, ArtAffairs.com and BullDog Products have announced that they will deliver a wide range of printing supplies and printers online to help support a print-on-demand service.

Owned by Digital Pulse Inc., BullDog Products is a developer and distributor of digital printing supplies and equipment for the fine-art and photographic industry.

“We decided to dedicate our efforts to providing new solutions to the market,” said ArtAffairs.com President and Founder Meir Gluzberg. “We are choosing leaders in different niches in the industry to provide better services to our users. We are concentrating on providing the emerging fine-art market with access to people who’ve found solutions through experience.”

According to company officials, ArtAffairs.com and BullDog Products are positioned to provide one-stop shopping for all print-on-demand needs through the ArtAffairs.com Marketplace and BullDogProducts.com. As Jason Henderson, the director of BullDog Products indicated, “By partnering with an industry leader like ArtAffairs.com, BullDog Products is opening its doors to a much broader marketplace than ever before. In the past, our main focus was to develop products and services for large print shops like Harvest Productions and Pearl Publishing. One of our goals now, with the help of the Internet, is to market a lot of those same ideas and products to artists, frame shops or galleries looking for the advantage of on-demand printing in-house.”

John Doe, owner of Digital Pulse Inc. (BullDog Products), added, “Our strategic partnership with ArtAffairs.com allows us to leverage our 11 years of fine-art digital-printing experience to the emerging marketplace.”

ArtAffairs.com has also recently started developing a section dedicated to art licensing companies. Through the new marketplace, users will be able to license images that are available online and print them in-house, as well as choose gift manufacturers to match any of the images online. This service will provide artists with the option to offer their own art for licensing purposes.

“We feel the partnership is a perfect match. By combining the Internet savvy of ArtAffairs.com and the printing experience of BullDog Products, we provide an e-commerce marketplace unlike any other,” concluded Doe.

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