Myne Cards signs artist Dominique Vari to growing licensing portfolio

Myne Cards, the maker of contactless card protectors, has secured yet another licensing partnership for its growing roster of properties, this time looking to the artist Dominique Vari.

Vari is known for taking everyday words and turning them into relatable art, ‘capturing a theme into a single piece of art.’ The deal was brokered by the art-world licensing agency, This is Iris.

Myne Cards has grown a reputation as one of the leading suppliers of RFID and contactless protection cards, which work by simply placing a Myne Card into a wallet, purse of phone case to stop scammers reading your contactless cards.

“Contactless payments now make up over a third of all payments and there is talk of raising the £30 limit. By teaming with select licensors we can keep consumers safe and brighten up their purse,” said Keith Milburn of Myne Cards.

“Dom Vari’s art is a great fun addition to the collection and is a great gift.”

Sarah Lawrence of ‘This Is Iris’, added: “Dom Vari’s artwork is very relatable and modern art centric. Her artwork makes a perfect gift and will bring a smile to purses everywhere.”

Dom Vari’s first Myne Card will be available from Q2 2019 on Amazon and select retailers.

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