Ann Arbor, MI (PressExposure) March 12, 2012 -- Sean Nolan, a newbie in the entrepreneurial world, opened a new shop on Zazzle.com last December, and business is booming. The name of the shop is 'Art Through the Ages', and is quite unique for a print-on-demand (POD) site. Incorporating paintings from the Medieval to Post-Impressionist periods, and spanning approximately 600 years, Mr. Nolan has taken famous art to a new level. Not only will you find fine art to hang on your wall, you can find it in a myriad of other places as well.
Would you like a Mona Lisa mouse pad for your computer? How about Edvard Munch's 'The Scream' skin for your new Ipad Touch? These are only two examples of the thousands of combinations of famous art and everyday products. It is a vital need in the merchandising industry that can only be a positive platform for tried-and-true art. With a decline of interest in historical paintings, and art in general, 'Art Through the Ages' is a breath of fresh air in the online POD arena.
Housing over 7,000 products, from t-shirts to laptop sleeves, the selection and diversity is quite large, allowing the potential customer to find just what they're looking for. Using the latest technology to ensure a precisely detailed image, (dot)png formatting is employed. With (dot)jpg and gif formats, many images are not a clear and crisp, and enlarged images are subject to visible pixels.
Zazzle has made a name for itself due to a very loyal customer base, affiliates and "Zazzlers": those who open their own shops in hopes of making the public aware of their art and making some money to boot. 'Art Through the Ages' was created not so much from original art, but to breathe new life into old paintings that have served as examples of the highest creative achievements in the world, and are universally recognized as such.