The Bazaar gets site revamp
The Bazaar has been reworked and redesigned to let anyone sell any creative-related objects and not just visual-based art.
Now anyone can pitch a stall at the new Bazaar
If you’re not a graphic designer, don’t worry. The Bazaar (http://www.bza.co) has been reworked and redesigned to let anyone sell any creative-related objects and not just visual-based art. So whether you’re a jewelry or soft toy designer, The Bazaar is the creative marketplace for you.
To start selling, all users need to do is register for a free account (http://www.bza.co/how-it-works.php) and, for $0.20 a pop, can begin listing their art for sale. The Bazaar will keep listings up for as long as a user wishes, or until the item sells out. And as always, unless users are selling crafts, The Bazaar will be handling the production and shipping of the art.
Lastly, The Bazaar’s homepage has been completely overhauled. You’ll find page real estate freed up to display more artwork without overcrowding the page, and also tweaked a lot of design elements to make the user experience a lot more intuitive and efficient.
The Bazaar is part of the TAXI global creative network.
TAXI is a global creative network that publishes an editorial website, hosts portfolios of creative professionals, and runs an online store for art pieces.
DesignTAXI is a news and editorial site celebrating creativity and innovation in art, design and technology.
The Creative Finder is a global search engine for businesses and professionals creatives to find each other for career opportunities.
The Bazaar is an online marketplace for creative objects.