ACEO and ATC Collectables

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What are ACEOs and ATCs?

Art Cards, Editions and Originals (ACEO) and Artist Trading Cards (ATC) are highly collectable works of art in the form of trading cards much like baseball cards. Also known simply as Art Cards. ATCs or art cards are traded, handed out or swapped, while others are sold. When they are sold, they are referred to as ACEOs.

These cards are actual works of art which are tiny in size and handmade by artists. Like sports cards they measure 2.5 in x 3.5 in. However, they are not mass printed like sports cards.

ACEOs / ATCs can be kept as part of a collection of art cards or proudly displayed by framing them and setting on a shelf or hung on the wall.

Advantages of ACEOs and ATCs

    • They are easy to collect, trade and display.
    • Art aficionados can acquire a large collection of art work at a small cost.
    • Their small size means your art collection isn’t limited by the amount of wall space you have available in your home or workspace.
    • They make great gifts!

For additional information about the history of ACEOs / ATCs and how this art movement got started, click here.

Art cards are perfect for gifts, collecting, trading or sale.

These cards are limited edition artist trading cards and each one is individually handmade by the artist.  Each tiny painting is an original, one-of-a-kind, handmade work of art suitable for framing and display or collecting as part of an art card collection.

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ATCOs & ATCs are great for framing.
ATCOs and ATCs are great for framing!

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UPDATED: 31 March 2021


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