(Trenton, NJ – September 24, 2008) – dotPhoto, a popular online photo sharing site and creator of the EuroBook, today announces the launch of Batman: The Dark Knight photo merchandise web site (www.batmanpix.com). Millions of fans of the box office hit, Batman: The Dark Knight, can now incorporate their own images into licensed Dark Knight movie action art to create themed keepsakes
"As Batman: The Dark Knight approaches a billion dollars in worldwide box office, dotPhoto is pleased to provide fans with an innovative way to commemorate the movie,’" says dotPhoto President, Glenn Paul. "Our high-quality digital photo gift processing ensures that each personalized souvenir will be clear and professionally made, providing a keepsake that will be enjoyed for years to come."
dotPhoto has created a new Internet microsite dedicated to Batman: The Dark Knight products with 22 new photo products including posters, magnets, mouse pads puzzles & t-shirts. To create personalized The Dark Knight memorabilia, fans simply visit www.batmanpix.com and follow these steps:
Just in time for the 2008 holiday gifting season, Batmanpix.com offers content for new and old Bat-fans. Older Batman enthusiasts will appreciate the "classic or traditional" Batman art of the 1960’s while newly converted fans will celebrate personalized Dark Knight memorabilia including "Joke’s on You" art featuring Heath Ledger as The Joker.
To create personalized Batman and Batman: the Dark Knight designs, visit www.batmanpix.com
dotPhoto’s new microsite merchandising technology is a low-cost promotional tool that can be quickly adapted for any film or brand that wants to capture additional revenue or involve consumers more deeply in its brand.
Headquartered in Trenton, New Jersey, dotPhoto.com is a privately held company founded in 1999 as a centralized service for digital photography. With dotPhoto, customers can share, print, store and sell their images. Consumers can create presentations in the Web browser and distribute these presentations as Adobe Flash, video on DVDs and YouTube. For more information, please visit www.dotphoto.com.