Digital interface solutions company Wacom announced today that its new online gallery is now live and ready for creators of digital content from virtually every discipline – art, design, illustration and photography – to post their works of art and view the work of others.
The gallery, built with the support of Behance, brings together people passionate about art, in all its forms, into a community setting that is ultimately meant to facilitate sharing and collaboration between users of Wacom creative input devices.
“We are thrilled to partner with Wacom, one of the most renowned brands in the global creative community. Sorting the world’s creative work by the Wacom tools used to create them has never been easier,” said Alex Krug, head of Business Development at Behance.
Behance, part of the Adobe family, is a leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work.
As of today, over 2,000 creative artists, designers and photographers have signed up and posted work to the Wacom gallery with dozens more joining each day, says the company.