How to set up your storefront using JPG and Zora in very easy steps
Assorted Art Rants with María Paula
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March 2nd, 2022

JPG is for creators, curators, collectors and viewers alike. And the cool thing about our spiel is that you can play with these roles, combine them, create and enjoy culture in very easy ways.

This guide is meant to help creators set up expressive storefronts that will also help you monetize your creations. All in a few clicks, and no coding experience or previous knowledge on how to set up a shop.

Whether you are a collector looking to sell some pieces you own, an artist wanting to create a shop that captures your viewpoint and allows the spectator to view your NFTs from a different perspective: your own, or maybe you are a curator that works with artists to create an exhibition and sell their works (like panke.gallery and Office Impart have done with their NfTnEtArT show), read through this guide, you’ll surely find it useful!

Overview:

  1. List your NFTs for sale (using Zora)
  2. Creating your JPG Storefront
  3. Designing and customizing your JPG Exhibition
  4. Share and sell your art
    1. Minting your NFTs and listing for sale (using Zora)

Do you have already minted NFTs for your storefront? Then great - you’ll need to list them for sale on Zora. For the time being JPG only supports fixed price sales, so keep that in mind when listing.

Note that you can list any NFT from any Ethereum-based platform on Zora, it doesn’t matter where you minted it. And in case you haven’t minted the NFTs just yet, you can use Zora to mint + list, and JPG to set up your storefront.

In order to list on Zora - you need to use the Fixed Price feature. Here’s a video that can guide you through the process. ​​

Note: bear in mind that the NFTs have to be minted in order for you to set up your storefront on JPG. The fixed price marketplace integration is experimental and new, and while we would love to support lazymint options (that means, the minting costs would be paid by users upon purchase), we have limited capacity at the time. Be mindful of this, since you will need ETH to set up your storefront.

  1. Creating your JPG Storefront

Once you have your NFTs, you can head over to JPG and create an exhibition. JPG has three different layouts for you to choose from, and you can also add text blocks so people can learn more about you and your practice, the collection, and more.

You will need to “Import your NFTs” to JPG, and you can do this straight from your wallet:

import directly from your wallet
import directly from your wallet
select your layout - museum and grid are recommended!
select your layout - museum and grid are recommended!
NFT is Indiscreet Units by Harm van den Dorpel
NFT is Indiscreet Units by Harm van den Dorpel

Once you are happy with your layout and the way your storefront looks (you can use the preview button), you can publish and start sharing your storefront with the world.

Screenshot from the NfTnEtArT storefront by panke.gallery and Office Impart - they’re using the museum layout
Screenshot from the NfTnEtArT storefront by panke.gallery and Office Impart - they’re using the museum layout

And by the way…  we’re here to support your efforts!

We know artists struggle with promotion and we want to help out. Anyone creating a storefront on JPG will be featured in our Twitter, Newsletter (this comes on weekly installments, so might take a while!) and Discord. Just get in touch with us when your shop is ready and we’ll help!


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