Unanimis seals campaign for art site

Digital ad sales house Unanimis has won the UK business for international art portal deviantART, including all integrated campaigns, partnerships and sponsorship deals.

The site is an international destination for artists across all disciplines that attracts more than a million unique visitors in the UK and it hopes to drum up business by offering more targeted and integrated advertising.

Services include critical discussions, forums and blogs, as well as e-commerce, while its database contains around 54 million works of art with 75,000 new works added daily.

Recent wins by Unanimis include the film site Blinkbox, as well as Five's new revamped ad-funded download service, Demand Five.

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