“This is one of the most exciting times in the history of our business,” says Sean Broihier, CEO of Pixels.com. “We’ve spent the past 15+ years building software to help people transform their personal photos into physical products, and with the recent rise of NFTs, it was a natural fit to expand our printing capabilities to the NFT community. The response from NFT owners has been incredible. There’s simply no easier way to transform your NFTs into physical products. We’ve helped millions of people turn their personal photos into works of art, and we’re very excited to introduce our technology to the NFT community.”
2021 saw a surge in public awareness and popularity of NFTs – collectible items that exist in the digital world. Pixels.com’s technology transforms digital into physical. With just a few clicks, anyone who owns an NFT can purchase physical products made from their NFT artwork.
How it works:
- Anyone who owns an image-based NFT on the Ethereum blockchain can transform their NFT into hundreds of physical products in a matter of seconds by simply copying and pasting their wallet address onto the following webpage: https://pixels.com/printnfts.
- Pixels.com then retrieves the NFT artwork from the wallet and uses the artwork to generate 3D, photorealistic previews of each available product.
- When the NFT owner selects a product to purchase, Pixels.com manufactures and ships the product via a network of 16 global manufacturing centers.
- All products are manufactured in 3 – 4 business days and ship directly to buyers with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Founded in 2006, Pixels.com is based in Santa Monica, California. The company is a global marketplace for artists, photographers, and brands. With a few clicks, sellers can upload their images to Pixels.com, set their prices for 25+ different print-on-demand products, and then sell those products to a global audience of online buyers. In addition to providing an online marketplace and order fulfillment service, Pixels.com also develops technology to help image owners sell their products through mobile apps, brick-and-mortar retail stores, third-party e-commerce platforms (e.g. Shopify and Amazon), and anywhere else that buyers are buying.