I can only assume that changes that Facebook made for small businesses during Covid lave led to this; because after over a year of trying to get it to work I can finally sell items through Instagram. Admittedly the products take you to this site and then either on to Etsy or a link to e-mail me for a Payment Link but still, it's cheaper than a monthly payment for an e-commerce option.
What's a payment Link I hear you ask. Well, a Payment Link is something that I will send to you via SMS, Whatsapp or email. It offers a great alternative payment method when you can’t pay face-to-face. Once I have sent the link you can enter your card details on your phone, tablet or computer. None of your information is stored and as soon as payment is sent the link is deactivated.
This year's Urban Art Fair has kicked off. No sunny street camaraderie for the artists this year though. We are all online socially distanced but artistically united. It is mostly happening on Instagram and twitter but some artists have open studios. Follow the #urbanartbrixton and #artistsupportpledge hashtags to find something new for your home/office
Well, I went to the Pressure Drop Tap Takeover at Tate Modern last night hoping the winner of the competition would be announced as promised. Gave it a couple of hours but nothing. Anyway, I tried plenty of beers! Maybe there will be some sort of correspondence today. Here's my entry.
Here I am back from a scorching 10 days in Corfu and I'm pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting [and selling] my Random Features photographs at the Great North Wood, West Norwood for a month commencing October 7th.
Really enjoyed the Urban Art Fair. Had an impromptu street party on Sunday. Sold nine pieces and didn't get rained on. Result.