Artist Debbie Taylor-Kerman's successful licensing program features whimsical illustrations that were inspired by her love of children's picture books.
When she isn't busy fulfilling her role as a full-time
Union Pacific, America's first transcontinental railroad, is on track with a licensing program that utilizes its vast archive of photos documenting the railroad's construction, storied history, and ad campaigns.
A new wave of art inspired by tattoo designs and graffiti edges its way into the mainstream marketplace.
The licensing industry is daring to take on a new genre of art that vastly contrasts the conventional art themes seen o
Artists reinvigorate past trends in an effort to marry manufacturer demands with artistic sensibilities.
As the art and design industry prepares for this year's SURTEX, held May 20 to 22, at New York City's Jacob
In the past, broadcast meant one thing to the entertainment industry: television. And while the medium still clearly leads other viewing options such as the Internet and, to a lesser degree, iTunes, the definition of progra