In this short tutorial, we’ll guide you through your first steps using the Artwork Catalog.

 

Upload Artworks


You can upload a Single Artwork, Multiple Artworks or Import Artworks with a CSV file. 

 

Single Artwork Upload

Upload an image file of your piece (if it's not a rectangular image, please make sure it's a PNG with a transparent background)

Input all desired values, paying special attention to height, since it's the parameter that will determine the scale with our walls. 

Click on Save Artwork. That’s it!

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Multiple Artworks Upload


Drop or browse image files of your pieces (if it's not a rectangular image, please make sure it's a PNG with a transparent background)


Click on the Edit (pencil) icon to input main information, or do it later in the Artworks Section. Pay special attention to height, since it's the parameter that will determine a proper scale.


Hit Upload Artworks. Done!


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Import Artworks form a CSV file


To go along with this option, you’ll need a CSV file already downloaded from your art inventory management tool or e-commerce. It is important that your file includes a column with public image URL links to your artworks' images. (Artworks without a valid Image URL cannot be imported through this method.)


Upload your CSV file. Hit next.


We will automatically match your data to ArtPlacer’s artwork parameters. If you notice that information is wrong or missing, please edit the field by clicking on the pencil icon. 


Review the information and finalize the import. We’ll send you an email once all of your artworks are imported to the catalog.


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Manage Artworks


You’ll find all of your pieces in the Artworks section. 

Use the Search bar at the top-right to browse artworks by title. Use the filters Size, Shape, Orientation, Technique, Dimensions and Colors, situated on the left panel to easily find your works of art. 

Order your artworks by Date Created, Artwork Title or Artist Name. 

If you wish to change any information, you can edit your pieces with the pencil icon.