My Creative Child puts together boxes with art supplies and education packs, including lesson plans, for kids of various ages.
Bluethumb has raised $1 million in a Series A round led which will go towards expanding the startup’s Indigenous Art Centre program and adding new features.
Art Money was established with the simple goal of making it easier and more affordable for people to buy art. As founder and 10 Group CEO Paul Becker puts it, Art Money is “an enabler, a means to an end, which is increasing access to art.”
South Australian startup Bluethumb, which has created a platform allowing artists to showcase and sell their work online, was named the winner of the Creative3 Pitch competition in Brisbane yesterday, and will go on to represent Australia at the Creative Business Cup in Denmark later this year.
Mango Salute is the online platform that allows creative people to design and send their own personalised interactive ‘Fine Art Card’ to anyone around the world.
South Australian visual arts marketplace Bluethumb has taken out Best Shopping App in the Australian Mobile & App Design Awards 2014. Given the awards attracts entries from high profile businesses like domain.com.au, carsales.com.au, AFL, Coles and ANZ in a wide range of categories, it’s safe to say Bluethumb was in great company – not to mention, last year Ikea and Starbucks took out top honours in the categories for retail and shopping.
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