LemonJuice exhibits original art created by top new and established artists from across the world. We display most two-dimensional and three-dimensional media.
We represent a group of most talented artists worldwide. LemonJuice’s panel of curators selects each artist and every piece we exhibit. Our curators are art business professionals who select the highest quality work for exhibition.
Customer FAQsArtist FAQs
1. What type of artwork do you exhibit?
LemonJuice exhibits original art created by top new and established artists from across the world. We display most two-dimensional and three-dimensional media.
2. How is artwork chosen for LemonJuice?
We represent a group of most talented artists worldwide. LemonJuice’s panel of curators selects each artist and every piece we exhibit. Our curators are art business professionals who select the highest quality work for exhibition.
3. How do I search for and purchase art at LemonJuice?
At the top of every page, you will find a keyword search bar and search links organized by medium, style, collection, size, color, artists, new and featured artists. You can either type a category into the keyword search bar or click on the search links to find art listed in that grouping. To purchase a piece of art, simply click the “purchase” button at the right of the piece and follow the onscreen directions.
You can often buy the same art piece both as original art and art prints. You will find links from the original art piece to the printed version, as well as in the other direction.
The price shown to the customer is the final price and there are no additional costs or fees.
if there would be a shipping cost, you would find it explicitly.
Artwork is typically shipped within five to seven business days. Once your artwork is shipped, please allow two to three weeks – your newly acquired art piece may be located anywhere in the world. You will receive an email with a tracking number so that you can see the status of the shipping. If you need artwork delivered on a tight deadline, please contact us before placing your order at support@lemonjuice.com. so that we can arrange expedited shipping.
LemonJuice offers a seven-day money back guarantee on all artwork. In the event that your purchase does not meet your expectations, you may return it within seven days of receiving the item. We will issue you a full refund or credit on the price of the art, though you need to pay for the return shipping. You must use the original packaging for return shipping, so please keep as undamaged as possible.
You will get your money back as soon as the art piece returns undamaged to its original location. This relates both to original art works as well as to art prints.
Our return process is easy. When you receive your purchase, save the original packaging. Repack the art in its original box and contact us at support@lemonjuice.com. We will then send you a shipping label to affix to the box. You may use any shipping company that you desire. Items must be shipped within seven days of receiving the order. You need to sent us a tracking number that you receive from the shipping company.
Art pieces that are returned damaged will not be refunded. Photographs that are returned wrinkled, dented, or smudged due to mishandling will incur a handling fee based on the size of the print.
If you receive a damaged piece of art, contact us within 24 hours at support@LemonJuice.com. You need to send us photos of the damage and of the packing.
Please save the box and all packaging material; we must have these items in order to process the claim to the insurance company.
Yes. We are happy to ship artwork from anywhere to any destination in the world.
As for now, LemonJuice accepts Visa, MasterCard, Diner’s and PayPal.
Customs charges or VAT on imports of goods may apply, depending on your country’s regulations.
You may only use one discount per order.
Artwork that appears in a Deal is not eligible for additional discounts.
LemonJuice features a way to preview your art selections before you make a purchase. The view on virtual wall feature, allows you to see how a particular piece of art will look on a wall similar to the one you got. When you click on view on virtual wall, a page will appear prompting you to select the color of your wall and floor. The piece of art will automatically be scaled to fit your specific wall. You then have the ability to move the artwork and the furniture around.
Most pieces of artwork on LemonJuice are labeled as “limited edition”. Pieces that are in a limited edition may be produced in a set of limited quantity.
Open edition artworks are not limited in quantity and can be reproduced indefinitely. In both cases, each piece in the edition is identical and is considered an original. Limited edition works are generally more valuable than unlimited because of the limited number available, much as xxxxx prints.
We offer quality printing on photo paper, canvas, acrylic sheets, etc.
We also offer framing for prints on photo paper and canvas.
Our prints are created in very high quality printers. It is archival pigment prints, made with the most technologically advanced digital printers, using long lasting, stable inks on 100% cotton rag paper.
We do not operate a physical gallery; however we plan to participate in art fairs. If you would like information about our next event, please sign up for our newsletter.
Email: contact@lemonjuice.comand we will contact you ASAP. Another possibility is to use the chat functionality.
Artwork is priced using artist input and the expertise of our curators. When artists submit images of their work, they are asked to enter desired prices for each piece. That price is then compared to LemonJuice’s curator appraisal.
LemonJuice encourages art patrons to purchase artwork for enjoyment and aesthetic values. However, art can be a financial investment as the demand for a particular artist and/or piece of artwork grows. For more information regarding this subject, refer to the MEI/”Moses Fine Art Index” explaining the appreciation of art as a financial investment.
No, the actual art itself does not need to be signed. The artist signs a LemonJuice Certificate of Authenticity that includes the artwork title, size and edition number if there are more than one. Each artwork is accompanied by the Certificate, which ensures both the integrity of the edition and the artist’s participation in its creation.
Our Certificate of Authenticity accompanies every LemonJuice artwork and limited edition art prints. It is a card that is signed by the artist or the print house and includes the artwork title, size and edition number. It ensures both the integrity of the edition and the artist’s participation in its creation.
An edition is a limited run of a particular artwork and consists of a set number of prints in a set number of sizes. Once artwork is sold out, it will not be released again in that size. The artist is also bound by an agreement by this limitation and cannot sell more such prints.
The colors you see on the screen depends on the quality of the picture taken by the artist and the quality of the screen you are using.
We work to ensure fidelity between the images you see online and our final art prints. While our screens are calibrated, meaning that they are regulated for color consistency and accuracy, most screens are not. Because of this, colors and tones can vary greatly between computers, so the art you receive may look slightly different than it did on your computer.
The artist who created the image controls all rights. Copyright law states that copyright is not transferred to the buyers of either prints or original artworks.
Nowhere! The art you see on our site is sold exclusively for LemonJuice. We have special relationships with our artists, who give us the honor of presenting their exciting works to you.
All sizes shown for sale are available both framed and unframed. We also have the possibility to print on several other substrates.
Our hand-built, custom frames can be made either in solid wood or MDF.
Archival white or colored mats are beveled and precision-cut to fit the artwork. We recommend at least 2″ of matting on each side of the image ensures the artwork is optimally presented.
The matting style used for a particular artwork is identified on its edition page.
Spacers are also used when “framing to image.” This means the frame comes to the image edge.
Frames are fitted with durable plexiglass and finished on the back with tan craft paper, rubber spacers to protect your walls and wire for easy hanging and installation. A clear sleeve protects and presents your artist info slip and signed and numbered LemonJuice Certificate of Authenticity.
Yes! Our frames are conservation-quality, which means that your art prints are protected from deterioration and environmental factors such as air pollution, heat, light and humidity. From the mats to hidden elements like hinging tape and backing, all of the materials that come into contact with your art can be acid-free and archival—they will not damage, deteriorate or discolor your art. You choose it during the ordering of the framing.
Plexiglass is superior to glass: It has less glare, is less fragile (so it won’t break and scratch your art) and is markedly lighter, which generally translates into safer and easier handling, shipping, storage and hanging.
Our frames are hand-built by expert custom framers who are committed to quality.
Yes. Each piece arrives with appropriate hanging system to allow for easy installation.
A single artwork or a row of artworks is recommended to be hung at eye level, which means that the center point of the frame(s) should be between 57” (145 cm) to 59″ (150 cm) from the floor. When installing artwork over furniture, leave at least 7” (18 cm) to 9″ (23 cm) between the base of the frame and the top of the furniture. Avoid hanging your artwork in direct sunlight. One place to learn more about hanging and arranging art click here.
The most important thing in caring for your framed art is to avoid hanging it in direct sunlight.
To clean your framed art, follow these special instructions for plexiglass:
Remove dust by blowing; DO NOT brush it away with your hand or a dry cloth, as this can damage the plexiglass. If further cleaning is needed, DO NOT use a common household cleaner like Windex or similar products that contain ammonia, as these cleaners will damage the plexiglass. Water and a soft, clean cloth should do the trick.
You may also use a cleaner especially designed for acrylic surfaces, or make your own solution by mixing warm water with a small amount of mild dish detergent. Use a minimum amount of your chosen cleaning liquid on a soft cloth or sponge to wipe the plexiglass clean. Dry gently with a soft, lint-free cloth.
You have a lot in information on the internet and videos in YouTube.
If you’re looking for the most affordable framing option, have the framers cut a custom mat for a ready-made frame. You can also have a completely custom frame and mat cut for your art, but this tends to get expensive. Our custom frames are of great quality and are available at very good prices.
You can see an example of a framing video by clicking here.
Our newsletter is the best source for the inside scoop on new art and artists, sales and discounts, VIP events and everything else that goes on at LemonJuice. Sign up here.
Simply sign up here. Or you can opt in to receive the newsletter when you make a purchase.
The LemonJuice Newsletter is distributed at least twice a month.
We also send newsletters other times, too, when we have important news to share with you.
Yes. We’re sad to see you go, but if you absolutely must, click through the “Unsubscribe me” link found at the bottom of any email you receive from us. We’re always working to refine and improve our communications with you, so if you have feedback you’d like to share, please be in touch.
Write us: contact@lemonjuice.com. Email is the best way to get in touch, but we’re also active on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Flickr and Tumblr.
Your Customer Account
Creating a LemonJuice account ensures the fastest and easiest checkout possible—you won’t have to re-enter information like your name and address. While this will always save you time, having an account is especially handy when you are trying to purchase a new edition that is selling out quickly. Your LemonJuice account also allows you to see all of your past purchases in one place. If there are additional changes or improvements to account features that you’d like to see, please drop us a note at contact@lemonjuice.com.
No. We recommend creating an account to expedite your checkout process, but it is not required; you may make purchases as a guest.
.All use or licensing arrangements are cleared with LemonJuice artists first, and then they may or may not be handled directly with a LemonJuice representative. Licensing fees will apply.
to reset your password click here.
Your privacy and the security of your account are of the utmost importance to us. We will never share or sell your personal information. Our checkout process uses Secure HTTP/SSL, so your personal details are always sent to our servers over a secure connection.
Once you create an account, any art you order will be automatically added to your personal art collection. If you notice any discrepancies in your order history, please email us at support@lemonjuice.com.
LemonJuice exhibits original art created by top new and established artists from across the world. We display two-dimensional and three-dimensional media.
We enable the buyer to buy the original art straight from the artist and/or the same printed art from LemonJuice.
We also print artistic photographs.
We represent a group of the most talented artists worldwide. LemonJuice’s panel of curators selects each artist and every piece we exhibit. Our curators are art business professionals who select the highest quality work for exhibition.
Click here to fill out an application for exhibition.
This is a global site. That means that you can work wherever you are located worldwide.
The only issue is your shipping cost, which may be higher if you are located on some distant island. As most customers are located in USA, Europe and Asia, local shipping costs are always less expensive.
The application is very short and simple.
You will set your password and then get access to your private section on LemonJuice.
Here you will be able to update your private data and your content.
The content includes text about yourself in English and in your mother tongue – we want the site to be global with a lot of languages, as well as a picture of you and videos about you and your art.
You need to upload pictures of your artwork and information regarding each of them.
No. Everything that the artist is uploading needs to be approved by the LemonJuice art team, whether it is text, photos or videos.
We will, for example, not allow nudity, bad language or violence.
We will also only accept quality products and art pieces that are commercially sound.
No, there is no application fee or other fees.
We need to ensure that you are old enough to legally sell your work through us (and we like sending our artists birthday messages!).
There may be some cases, where we suspect that something is wrong, that you will need to send us a copy of your identification paper.
We exhibit art in most genres, styles, sizes, and media. All work is vetted by our curators before going on display. Our goal is to offer clients a diverse selection of two- and three-dimensional media.
We offer high quality archival printing services to our photographers who work in digital format. We also handle the shipping of these prints.
We regard photography as regular art ready for print.
We promote our artists’ works in a number of ways. We manage a large online advertising campaign and we do a lot of search engine optimizations. We have a very successful public relation, a thriving email list, and an ever-expanding blog, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook following.
We split the sale of artworks 40/60. The artist gets 60%, but will cover all of the costs of packaging, insurance and shipping of the artwork to the customer.
Our initial goal is to have about 400-500 artists.
We do not want to have too many artists on our site in order not to make the artists and their work get lost inside. The target is to promote the artists.
LemonJuice has the exclusive right to the specific artwork which is displayed on our website. This prevents the risk of selling the same piece of art to two different parties.
At the moment a customer purchases your art piece and the payment has been received by us, you will receive a notification of the sale by email.
In this email you will receive the details of the buyer and his address. You will accordingly need to arrange the shipment of the art piece to the customer. See further details of organizing the shipment.
You will also get a Certificate of Authenticity in this email. You will need to print it out, sign it and send it with the art piece.
If you should have a problem printing it, we have the possibility to send you in advance by ordinary mail a bunch of printed general certificates. Though, then you need to fill in all the details of the art piece by yourself before signing.
We pay you within 14 days after the artwork has been delivered to the client and he decides he wants to keep it.
The artist who created the image controls all rights. Copyright law states that copyright is not transferred to the buyers of either prints or original artworks.
We offer a seven-day-money-back guarantee so clients can see the artwork located in their homes. If a piece gets returned—according to our experience, in less than 1% of artworks are returned–we will notify you and the customer pays to have the piece shipped back to you. He will only get his money back if the art work returns safely back to you.
In the rare case of damage, we will work with the transportation company to help file a claim on your or the customer’s behalf. All shipped artwork need to be properly packed and insured for its full value by the artist. It is very important to have insurance, because the responsibility of the shipping company is limited to a rather low value.
You can upload your artwork through your artist profile page using a quality JPEG or PDF file. The image must be in focus, true to the color of the art, and at least 1000 pixels wide, if it should be used for selling originals only.
If the picture should be used for prints, we recommend at least about 3000 pixels. The maximum printable size in inch is pixels/180. That is, if we have 3600 pixels we usually can print maximum 20″ or 51 cm.
It is preferable that all art is signed, due to the fact that it is important to identify you as the creator. In addition, many collectors prefer to purchase signed artwork.
Whether the art is signed or not, the artist must also sign one of our Certificate of Authenticity and add it to the shipping of the artwork.
In the Certificate of Authenticity the artist signs that he is the artist that created the art or the art piece.
There are two possibilities regarding this Certificate:
a. We can send you printed general Certificates of Authenticity which you then will need to fill in according to the specific sale.
b. You will receive an electronic copy of the Certificate of Authenticity where all details are already included. You will then need to print it out on quality paper and sign it.
If the picture is framed or not, is dependent on the artist and how he/she wants to sell it.
We prefer to sell original artwork unframed as our clients tend to like to frame their purchases themselves, because it is more economical. That said, if you’d like to sell your art framed, it is also possible, but the shipping cost will be much more expensive.
Currently, there is no option to link from LemonJuice to your personal website.
We didn’t answer them all? Sucks. Email additional questions to us at contact@lemonjuice.com.
LemonJuice currently offers different types of prints, such as:
Prints on Photo Paper – Framed and Unframed
Prints on Canvas – Framed and Unframed
Prints on 8 mm Acrylic sheets (Perspex)
Prints on MDF
Prints on Acrylic blocks
Prints on Mini Canvas
All sizes shown for sale are available both framed and unframed, if they are printed on photo paper or canvas. We also have the possibility to print on several other substrates.
Our hand-built, custom frames can be made either in solid wood or MDF.
Archival white or colored mats are beveled and precision-cut to fit the artwork. We recommend at least 2″ (5 cm) of matting on each side of the image which ensures the artwork is optimally presented.
For some art, floating it is the best way to display the art. Floating employs invisible spacers to distance the artwork behind the plexiglass while the artwork rests on top of the archival mat.
The matting style used for a particular artwork is identified on its edition page.
Spacers are also used when “framing to image.” This means the frame meets the image edge.
Frames are fitted with durable plexiglass and finished on the back with tan craft paper, rubber spacers to protect your walls and wire for easy hanging and installation. A clear sleeve protects and presents your artist info slip and the signed and numbered LemonJuice Certificate of Authenticity.
Yes! Our frames are conservation-quality, which means that your art prints are protected from deterioration and environmental factors such as air pollution, heat, light and humidity. From the mats to hidden elements like hinging tape and backing, all of the materials that come into contact with your art are acid-free and archival—they will not damage, deteriorate or discolor your art. You choose it during the ordering of the framing.
Plexiglass is superior to glass: It has less glare, is less fragile (so it won’t break and scratch your art) and is markedly lighter, which generally translates into safer and easier handling, shipping, storage and hanging.
Your privacy and the security of your account are of the utmost importance to us. We will never share or sell your personal information. Our checkout process uses Secure HTTP/SSL, so your personal details are always sent to our servers over a secure connection.
All requests to use or license LemonJuice images must be submitted by emailing contact@lemonjuice.com. All use or licensing arrangements are cleared with LemonJuice artists first, and then they may or may not be handled directly with a LemonJuice representative. Licensing fees will apply.