Founded in 2006, Imagekind is an art site offering over 750,000 high-quality fine art images for sale. Imagekind aims to give consumers limitless options to purchase museum-quality framed and poster art from over 50,000 domestic and international emerging and established artists. Serving as a community for professional artists to create and sell their work, Imagekind's goal is to develop a new online art experience that aims to provide both consumers and artists with a new outlet for sharing, creating and buying art from digital files. Imagekind is a community to serve as a hybrid art gallery, photo-sharing service and a print-on-demand service. Imagekind has partnered with leading brands such as Walgreens, Snapfish, Flickr, HP and Costco.com to distribute its art and frames to the widest possible online audience. Based in Seattle, Washington, Imagekind is a company.
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Latest ImageKind News
Feb 20, 2015
See All Homes of the Day The divestiture comes on the heels of the company's announcement last week that it plans to sell its art business for $31.5 million to a digital printing company in Colorado. CafePress retains its CafePress.com flagship brand as well as ezprints , an online service based in Norcross, Ga., that personalizes products with photos. In the past few years, the company's shares have continued to fall — before rebounding a bit this month — as CafePress reported inconsistent earnings. Last year, the company's founders returned and set a strategy that calls for streamlined operations. CEO Fred Durham 's goal is to "do fewer things, but do them better," as he has said numerous times in news releases and earnings calls. Examples of focusing the company include last year's sale of the company's stationery business, InvitationBox.com. Also, CafePress closed its Mall St. Matthews store last October and discontinued low-performing products while raising online prices . According to the release, management wants to focus on CafePress.com, which the company considers its core business. Earlier this year, Sumant Sridharan stepped down as CafePress.com's president and has been retained as a consultant, according to the company's SEC filings . At the time, director of public relations Sarah Segal said the company didn't have plans to fill the position . "We believe that by divesting our groups business, in addition to our art business, CafePress will not only be leaner and more focused but will have the enhanced capital structure necessary to stabilize, optimize and energize the business," Durham said in the release. "We are dedicated to increasing stockholder value, and we believe that these moves put us on the right path. " CafePress expects the transaction to close during the first quarter of 2015, the release said. And its fourth-quarter financial results will be released on Feb. 25. Want Louisville Retailing & Restaurants news in your inbox? Sign up for our free email newsletters. Industries
ImageKind Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was ImageKind founded?
ImageKind was founded in 2006.
Where is ImageKind's headquarters?
ImageKind's headquarters is located at 3134 Elliott Avenue, Seattle.
What is ImageKind's latest funding round?
ImageKind's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did ImageKind raise?
ImageKind raised a total of $2.6M.
Who are the investors of ImageKind?
Investors of ImageKind include CafePress, Crosslink Capital, HV Capital, Curious Office Partners and Global Founders Capital.