Seattle, WA, June 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Imagekind.com, the leader in user-generated on-demand printing, today announced that sales of the LOST Island map poster titled Geography of LOST: Retrospective by member artist Jonah Adkins, are trending extremely strong.
“The Geography of LOST: Retrospective is the result of a four year geographic study of the fictitious “Island” from the TV show LOST,” said Jonah Adkins, one of the creators of the LOST Island map poster. “The first edition was created in the spring of 2006, and the final edition was created in the summer of 2010.”
“With the popularity of the hit show LOST, and fans continuing to speculate what the island actually looked like, it’s fantastic to see one person’s interpretation and give other’s the opportunity to experience this fictitious world in real life through the map,” says Nate Jelovich, Marketing Manager at Imagekind. “We are thrilled that Jonah chose Imagekind to sell his LOST map poster through Imagekind.”
You can learn more and purchase the LOST Island map poster as a high quality fine art prints at Imagekind.com for less than $15. You can even add a frame to finish off the poster and make it ready for display in your home and show your dedication for one of the most popular shows on television. See the full map by visiting: http://www.imagekind.com/lost-map_print
Founded in 2006, Imagekind (http://www.imagekind.com) is the premier art site to buy high quality fine art images from thousands of unique and independent artists online. Browse from hundreds of thousands of wall art prints for sale by local and global artists.
Serving as a community for professional artists to create and sell their work, Imagekind's goal is to develop a new online art experience that provides both consumers and artists with a new outlet for sharing, creating and buying art from digital files. Imagekind is the world's first community to serve as a hybrid art gallery, photo-sharing service and a print-on-demand service. Imagekind has partnered with leading brands such as Walgreens, Snapfish, Flickr, HP, Smugmug and Costco.com to distribute its art and frames to the widest possible online audience.