Qostr out of Arkansas, was built by Matchstick Studio (well Qostr was, not Arkansas…sorry) – thought this was a pretty cool concept – and can see the applications for the product and platform for photographers / artists / weddings / etc. It’s been awhile since we’ve seen wood backgrounds – but it is appropriate here. Honestly, it’s just a little different than some of the sites we see – and that is good.

From the Designer:
A complete website overhaul along with a brand refresh for Qostr.com We built a completely custom e-commerce storefront along with a unique application utilizing Instagram’s API allowing users to have their Instagram photos printed on coasters.

Submitted by: Jordan Carmon
Twitter: @qostr
Role: Designer
Country: United States


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