You all know that I rarely use CoreyFoster.com to promote a site I’ve worked on, so please take this post as an endorsement for a site representative of a concept I believe all of us should keep close to our hearts and minds – especially when conducting business.
I (all of us at Core Business) have the opportunity to work with tons of companies – most with the singular goal of profit. This is not to say they are greedy, just that they don’t really think about anything beyond the survival of their business, profitability being essential in that regard.
That stated, It is rare to work with a client cut from a different cloth who truly has the well-being of others as a primary focus instead of their own bottom-line… a client who understands that if you do put people and charitable organizations first, profitability will naturally follow. This is exactly what my friend and client, Kevin Adams, and his company Visual Flood is all about.
Visualflood.com at it’s most basic interpretation is a site for artists and photographers to easily sell their work via the highest quality output methods. it is also a place for buyers to purchase this art. So, if your an artist– sign up, upload some of your work and make some money. If you’re a buyer — browse the site and purchase some of the finest art and photography made publicly available on the internet.
But wait – there’s more!
As cool of a site visualflood.com was to create, launching it this past week carried with it a pride I don’t often feel for one of our websites – a pride that goes beyond “look what I did.” Simply put, Visual Flood was created to support charitable acts via the Visual Hope Project. The list of organizations they directly support, and you, as an artist, have the opportunity to support, continues to grow.
The pride I feel for this site is a pride of “look at what this is going to do.”
So check it out – the site really does kick ass (if I do say so myself) and Kevin’s passion for helping others has been fully injected into it.