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What is the Awkward Styles Artist Community and how does it work?
What is the Awkward Styles Artist Community and how does it work?

The Artist Community is dedicated to providing designs for your products

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Written by Israel Zhuky
Updated over a week ago

First, let's have a brief overview of the Awkward Styles Design Library:

The Awkward Styles Design Library allows merchants to create products from a wide selection over 15,000 art files made by members of our Awkward Styles Artist Community. We add new designs constantly, as new talented artists join our community every day.

How to access the Awkward Styles Community library?

  1. Navigate and discover our Awkward Styles Community via your main page.

  2. You will then be able to search (filter) designs by category or tags, or by using other filters (or by searching keywords).

  3. Click "Create" under your design and select a product from the catalog.

  4. Adjust the design's size and position and click "Create template"

  5. Upload the new product to your store.

How does pricing work?

You can publish designs to your store at no upfront cost to you. Whenever the product containing a design from Awkward Styles Library is sold, the product cost will contain a small fee which will go to our artists.

What is the Artist Community?

The Artist Community is a space that allows its members to upload custom-made art files for merchants to use in their products. Each time a product using your design is sold, you will receive a commission for your work. This allows merchants to expand their range of designs for their products, and allows you to generate profits through your artwork.

Are you an artist?

Click the button below to sign up to become a member of the Awkward Styles Artist Community. You will be notified by email when your submission is approved. Thank you for choosing Awkward Styles!

Create and sell print-on-demand products on Etsy, Shopify, and woo-commerce with Awkward Styles artist library!

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