No Sleep Till Brooklyn!

Dec 01, 2017

Once again, members of the Art Licensing team recently ventured out of the quiet countryside of the Green Mountains, on a special road trip assignment. ALI President, Matt Appelman, along with photographers Joe Mozer and Justin Ordway, departed Vermont in the early hours of a cold November morning to meet the pop-art mastermind, Dean Russo, in his colorful Brooklyn, NY studio.

Once the crew had checked into their hotel, they headed over to Dean’s place at Industry City Studios – Brooklyn’s newest creative hub, located in a complex of former warehouses on the waterfront in Sunset Park – to get to work. After a brief tour of the studio space, the first order of business was to set-up their equipment and capture some highly detailed digital files of Dean’s newest paintings. The guys quickly devised an efficient system of operation and managed to turn out over 75 new, high-resolution files for our licensing archives! After a long and successful day, the team retreated to their hotel, enjoyed some dinner and rested up for day two.

 

Their second day at the studio gave the ALI guys a glimpse into Dean’s brilliant and unique approach to painting; Not only did they get to witness the artist in action on his traditional medium of choice, canvas, they also observed Dean putting his creative touch on a commissioned Buddha sculpture! Throughout the day, the team worked with Russo to produce some “thank you” videos, for customers of companies that work with Art Licensing International and feature Dean’s work on a variety of awesome products.

The group relaxed and enjoyed a nice dinner at an Italian restaurant in Brooklyn, accompanied by Dean, to conclude their second day in the city and celebrate a job well done. The next day, the ALI team hopped in the car and headed back to Vermont. They were excited to get out of the office for a couple days, but ready to go home and get back to work!

To learn how you can license Dean’s images, contact us today.

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Get Unreal with Sheena Pike!

Sep 25, 2017

For Canadian illustrator Sheena Pike, there was just something rather uninspiring about drawing realism and, after years of chasing perfection with her pencils, she eventually lost interest in drawing altogether.

Turning to graphic design as an alternative creative outlet, Sheena switched gears and took a hiatus from drawing. However, the universe had other plans for her future as an artist and there eventually came a day when Sheena once again found a pencil in her hand.

With a fresh perspective and a dream of achieving commercial success, Sheena began to rediscover and reinterpret her imagination, experiencing her creativity in new and exciting ways.

“When I began envisioning my drawings as products, the possibilities, the ideas, and my ambitions were endless. I began enjoying my work significantly more, and it greatly reflected in my creativity.”

Inspired by many things, Sheena enjoys exploring the beautiful, imaginative world of pop surrealism by combining realistic and illustrative styles. Whimsy and otherworldly, her work often evokes an intensity, giving you a glimpse into her creative mind and the way she sees the world.

Sheena Pike was featured in Colored Pencil Magazine’s Winter 2015 issue, as well as a 2016 article highlighting her mixed media techniques. Check out the latest issue of Colored Pencil Magazine to read more about Sheena and her journey to becoming the stunningly talented artist she is today!

 

 

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Anne Cote gets interviewed by Maker Mentors

Jun 26, 2017

Anne Cote is one of our many talented artists. We are proud to say she was recently interviewed by Maker Mentors, an online community geared towards design and business building.

In the interview, Anne discusses her relationship with her art style as well as her lifelong passion for illustration and creativity. Anne further mentions some of the steps of her creative process and what subjects she likes to focus on. The full interview is available by clicking the link here.

Check out her licensing portoflio here.

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Jennie Cooley on the cover of El Dorado Living!

Jun 07, 2017

Jennie Cooley is one of our most eclectic artists here at ALI; she draws inspiration from a variety of mediums and subjects.  Jennie has created and is currently creating sculptures, paintings, jewelry and much more.  Much of which has been featured in galleries domestic and foreign.

She is featured in the May 2017 issue of a local magazine out of Santa Fe, NM called Eldorado Living.  There is a fascinating spread of Jennie’s work included in the article. 

Jennie’s work is available for license simply by clicking the link below to browse her portfolio: http://artlicensing.com/content/jennie-cooley

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Yachal Design joins the Art Licensing Team!

Nov 16, 2016

Beautiful images from Yachal Design are now available on our website! 

  

Rebecca Canale is a wonderful new addition to the Art licensing International team of artists.  Rebecca creates magnificent floral patterns and wreaths, bird scenes with whimsical sayings,  holiday imagery; a whole variety of unique concepts! 

If you are interested in licensing images from Yachal Designs, please contact your agent and review Rebecca’s images by clicking the link to her portfolio: http://www.artlicensing.com/content/yachal-design

Likewise, if you would like to stay up to date with the latest news and newest images from Yachal Design then consider subscribing to their newsletter.  Simply click the link below, scroll to the bottom and add your email address.

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Judy Mastrangelo tutorial on YouTube!

Oct 20, 2016

Judy Mastrangelo is sharing some her techniques on line!  We are excited to share with everyone that Judy is now featuring her work on Youtube in new tutorial videos.  Check out her Youtube page by clicking here.

 

Judy is demonstrating her creative process by walking us through one of her latest paintings, “Moon Fairy Goddess”. 

 

 

 

Moon Fairy Goddess by Judy Mastrangelo

 

Another amazing piece to add to the plethora of outstanding designs that Judy has to offer.  If you are interested in licensing Judy’s work please see her entire portfolio by clicking here.

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Moises Levy wins International Photography Awards

Oct 19, 2016


The International Photography Awards is an annual prestigious event that allows photographers from all over the globe to compete in a variety of categories.  This year, our artist Moises Levy entered the competition and won the gold in the Professional: Nature, Sunset category with his image Home At Sea; pictured below!  He also earned 21 honorable mentions.

Home at Sea by Moises Levy

 

We want to extend our sincerest congratulations to Moises on this wonderful accomplishment. 

The winning image is just one of many gorgeous photographs that Moises has to offer.  

You can see his entire portfolio by clicking here

 

 

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Bill Jackson was featured in Doodlewash!

Sep 05, 2016

Congratulations to our artist, Bill Jackson, as he was recently featured as a guest artist in the Doodlewash website!

Doodlewash is a place where artists go to inspire and motivate each other.  The featured article about Bill Jackson takes you through his journey to become a watercolor artist.  From his early dreams of being a movie star, through the “disco era” where he was a fashion design student at Parson’s School of Design, to present day where he is a licensed artist.

Bill says: “These days, I vacillate between ‘fine art’ and painting for textiles. I also create images for Home Décor… For these images, I combine hand painted motifs with digital patterning techniques I picked up over my years in the textile industry. When time allows, I like to paint in a series.”

To see the article, click here.

To see Bill’s entire licensing portfolio, click here.

To License Bill’s art, contact Jack Appelman

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WE ARE MOVING!

Aug 18, 2016

 

We have been looking for a new home for the past few months and are happy to inform you we found it. It is with great pleasure that we can notify you that on August 31, 2016 we will open the doors to our more spacious and comfortable surroundings.

Our new physical address is 3765 Main Street Manchester, VT 05254.

Our mailing address has not changed. It is still PO BOX 2568 Manchester Center, VT 05255. Our phone number is also still the same: 802-362-3662.

As of August 30, 2016, we will no longer be operating at 6366 Route 7a Sunderland, VT. If you have any questions about the new location or our services, please call us and we’ll be happy to help. We look forward to be able to start working at our new location.

 

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Josh Byer featured on Vice.com

Jul 26, 2016

Jack Appelman, our CEO, is excited to announce that Josh Byer was featured on Vice.com.

 

This website is a global celebration of creativity, arts and technology. It was first launched in 2009 with Intel as founding partner. This website acts as a platform featuring the works of visionary artists across multiple disciplines who are using technology to push the boundaries of creative expression.

Josh was featured for his Faux Fauvism paintings. They credit Josh’s work by saying “Filled with mesmerizing swirls and hidden Easter-egg images, Byers’ pieces are loud, energetic, and addictive to view. Each work tumbles before the eyes like an electric maze.”

To see Josh Byer’s entire licensing portfolio, click here.

 

To license his art, contact us

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