PRESS RELEASE: SeenBy proudly announces the US launch of SeenBy.com Fine Art Photography
Franklin Lakes, NJ, November 18, 2009 – SeenBy.com today announced the launch of their fine art photography website, bringing together photographers with unique, high quality images and purchasers searching for the best images in our modern display formats. SeenBy.com boasts a collection of more than 60,000 pieces in the online gallery, which is hand-picked by an editorial team with years of experience as journalists and photo editors.
The discerning fine art photography collector, and those looking for unique images to complement their decor, can select from thousands of prints for purchase.
In addition to featuring artwork with an unusual and modern feel, Seenby.com offers gallery-grade prints on a variety of materials that can hang frameless, emphasizing the natural impression of the photos. SeenBy customers can use our production facilities to print their own images in any of our modern display formats.
SeenBy.com brings forth the American expansion of an established European photographic art collection, and is currently expanding its network of partnerships in the US. Existing European partnerships include the camera manufacturer Hasselblad, the magazine Der Spiegel, a leader in both online and weekly hardcopy circulation in Germany, as well as a number of European publications.
SeenBy.com Fine Art Photography brings together photographers looking to sell unique, high quality images and purchasers of fine art looking for the best images in a unique, modern display format of their choice.
Founded in 2009, SeenBy.com reviews and selects only the most extraordinary, original and forward-looking work, resulting in a photo gallery beyond any other in its depth and versatility. The images are available for sale in limited edition quantities accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Additionally, SeenBy’s photo lab allows customers to produce their personal images with the same technology and quality used by museums and galleries.
For more information, please visit: www.SeenBy.com
(First posted on Saturday, November 21, 2009 at 01:19 EST)