eBay quality-control for artists:
Interesting; eMOMA, an art-buying advice site that piggy-backs on the naff-ness of most eBay art, by providing a kind of ‘third-party quality-control’. I’m tracking this painting to see what it sells for, and hoping the real MOMA doesn’t sue eMOMA for trademark infringement before the auction ends. They don’t allow print sales to be eMOMA-branded, it seems. But wouldn’t it be interesting, if someone started something similar for photographers?