Printful to integrate with Getty Images to provide access to over 80 million images

Printful, one of the largest custom on-demand printing and warehousing companies in the world, and Getty Images, have announced a partnership that will see Getty Images integrate its API into Printful’s Mockup Generator, allowing customers to easily access over 80 million images. The integration’s main functionality leverages the Getty Images API, enabling Printful customers with access to the depth, breadth, and quality of Getty Images in product designs. The integration will be available within Printful’s Mockup Generator, a tool that allows customers to create high-quality mockup photos and print files for their ecommerce stores.

The Mockup Generator offers a built-in text design tool and collection of more than 600 clipart and sample designs. In 2019 alone, more than 40,000 Printful customers used ready-to-use designs for their products, the company added. The integration with Getty Images will open up over 80 million photos and illustrations with countless searchable categories for customers to choose from, for approximately $1. “This gives endless design opportunities to sellers that operate in most ecommerce niches,” the companies pointed out.

Davis Siksnans.
Nick Unsworth.

“We’re excited to partner with a media company as influential and respectable as Getty Images,” said Davis Siksnans, CEO and Co-founder of Printful. “At Printful, we strive to provide an A–Z ecommerce service, and this integration will serve as a valuable addition to the design process for our customers.”

The Getty Images integration works seamlessly with Printful’s print-on-demand business model, which allows customers to display products that feature the Getty images on their stores, and pay only a small fee when their product sells. Getty Images’ Vice President of Business Development, Nick Unsworth, added: “Getty Images is thrilled to partner with Printful and, through our powerful API, provide access to the depth and breadth of creative content.”

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