Collection of posters, fine art prints, and photos. [Description from dmoz]
Need a Van Gogh for the dorm room? How about an Ansel Adams print for the dining room? Art.com (formerly Allwall Technologies) sells art prints, posters, and reproductions online. Customers can browse the more than 500,000 items, ranging from inexpensive wall posters to signed limited-edition works. More than 5 million customers throughout the US and Europe have decorated their walls via the company's Web sites: Art.com, AllPosters.com, and poster.de. The virtual art galleries offer custom picture-framing services and delivery options. Art.com was founded in 1995 and merged with rival AllPosters.com in March 2005. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 1.1 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor visits ha.com.
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