Make Your Own Collection with NeonMob Creator Tools

We're really excited about our latest feature, NeonMob Creator Tools, which allows artists to create unique digital art collections on NeonMob. This feature is a brand new way for artists to use technology to reach new audiences, connect to collectors, sell art, and get valuable feedback from an engaged audience.  

By creating a collection, artists can make their own limited edition packs for the NeonMob community to collect, share, and trade on the site. Artists who publish collections on NeonMob can earn up to 70% of pack sales revenue. Creator Tools allow artists to track their followers and fans, as well as the sales, activity, and statistics of their artwork. From this data, creators can know what resonates with their key audience, to make better decisions for future work.

"Places to Hide" by Dominic Flask is one of our latest collections culled from the Submissions page

"Places to Hide" by Dominic Flask is one of our latest collections culled from the Submissions page

Here's what artists can do with NeonMob Creator Tools:

  • Choose a theme and medium for a NeonMob collection

  • Upload original artwork in a number of different formats

  • Decide on and assign rarity to each piece of the collection via gemstone icons

  • Add creative descriptions and titles to each artwork

  • Publish set for the Neon “Mob” and promote via creators social networks

  • NeonMob provides creator access to all packs sold and royalties earned on a monthly basis, also giving creator ability to see which pieces are in high demand

"Organica" by Tijana Jevtic was our first collection chosen from the Submissions page

"Organica" by Tijana Jevtic was our first collection chosen from the Submissions page

So how do you use NeonMob Creator Tools? At this time, NeonMob Creator Tools is INVITE ONLY, but if you have a brilliant idea for a collection, sign up for a free account on NeonMob and then submit a concept on our Submissions page. We'll invite artists with popular submissions, or those we believe would make especially good NeonMob collections, to use our Creator Tools and publish their own collection on NeonMob. 

Submit your idea for a collection on our Submissions page. If you're chosen, you'll be given access to the NeonMob Creator Tools

Submit your idea for a collection on our Submissions page. If you're chosen, you'll be given access to the NeonMob Creator Tools

If you're chosen to be featured, NeonMob will work to promote your collection as much as we can. A few examples of collections on NeonMob that received good press include Maria Tiurina on BoredPanda and Chaotic Atmospheres on Colossal