Today we’re excited to share a number of new features that make it even easier to discover and collect rare digital artworks. MakersPlace is currently home to hundreds of the world’s leading digital artists, offering thousands of truly rare digital artworks to discover and collect. With this many artworks to discover from, it’s even more important to make it easy and fun to discover, collect and showcase your rare digital artworks.
Activity Feeds and Search Filters
If you’re looking for inspiration on what to collect next, you can now view what other members of the community are liking, commenting on, and collecting, in the new Activity Feed.
To further help you find that perfect artwork, we also allow you to browse and search by the rarity and price of the piece, as well as whether others have submitted an offer on the artwork.
We’ll be adding even more ways to browse, search and discover new artworks in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!
Whether you’re searching for an artwork or viewing your personal collection, you can now view every artwork using the new and beautiful Gallery View. Gallery View allows you to zoom, view in full screen, and browse artworks in a collection or feed.
For your personal collection, Gallery View provides an easy way to display and play your full collection on any digital device.
Customize and Arrange your Collections
We understand that it’s important to be able to organize and arrange your online collections, when showing off or viewing you collection. We make this easy by allowing you to create and organize your collections into sub-collections and arranging your artworks with a simple drag-and-drop.
Just click the + New Collection link to create a collection, and when you’re done, arrange it with a simple drag-and-drop.
Get in Touch
If you’re a digital creator, you can learn more about MakersPlace here.
Ready to start your rare digital art collection? Join here.
Will you be in the San Francisco Bay Area on the evening of January 18th? Come see us in person at the Pancakes & Booze Oakland pop-up art show!