Wildsville Gallery

Wildsville Gallery is the art marketplace operated by Clampett Studio Collections, the publisher of the Warner Bros. fine art program. It continues the tradition of Warner Bros. art being the most innovative and well-designed animation art in the industry. It includes both traditional and contemporary interpretive artists with varied subject matter, and distributes their line to the finest animation and entertainment galleries in the country.

With an effective e-commerce solution and integrated marketing tools, Wildsville Gallery brings the best you can find in animation and original art from Warner Bros., Hanna-Barbera/MGM, Harry Potter and DC Comics, to name a few.

www.wildsvillegallery.com

 

I hired PVDZN for a complete rebuild of my retail website upon the enthusiastic recommendation of one of my best vendors and I’m very happy that I did. This was a very complicated project: a retail site with hundreds of SKUs in various categories, many of them overlapping, within a site that needed to be user friendly.

Because we are in the art business the design had to be very creative, clean and contemporary. We also wanted to add many articles and historical information to lead a broader range of people to the site. On top of that we’ve included a blog, sections to watch cartoons, and a rotating format of moving art on the home page. It truly couldn’t get much more complicated but Paulo handled each design or technical issue in a calm, organized manner until we got the site just how we wanted it. He was a pleasure to work with.

The end result is a spectacular site that I’m proud of. I am confident that it is going to generate a lot of interest and new business. Thank you Paulo for your terrific work. It’s been a pleasure dealing with you.

Ruth Clampett
Founder and Creative Director, Clampett Studio, Warner Bros. Gallery Program

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Wildsville Gallery

We did:
  • Website design
  • Website development
  • E-mail marketing application
  • E-commerce

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