Tag Archives: ARTiSTORY

ARTiSTORY signs multiple licensees to its Gathering of the Greats theme

Art and cultural IP specialist ARTiSTORY has welcomed new licensees Jade City Food, Ruggable, and Fashion UK. The licensees have all chosen designs from ARTiSTORY’s Gathering of the Greats theme and will launch products later this year. ARTiSTORY researches market trends to create modern and contemporary design assets that are …

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ARTiSTORY launches its 2023 creatives to a global audience

ARTiSTORY has revealed its 2023 Spring Summer global arts and cultural trends and themes to licensees, retailers and DTC brands across the world. The online global event on 6 April 2022 presented new collections inspired by trend research and the wealth of artists and artefacts in the archives of ARTiSTORY’s …

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ARTiSTORY partners with the Benaki Museum, Greece

ARTiSTORY has signed global licensing rights with the Benaki Museum in Greece, adding to its growing portfolio of international cultural partners. The Benaki Museum opened its doors in 1931 in Athens and is among the most extensive and innovative museums in Europe. Arranged across ten buildings, it welcomes over 450,000 …

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ARTiSTORY secures global licensing rights for the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, Spain

Art and cultural specialist ARTiSTORY has partnered with the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, Madrid, to build its global licensing programme. The addition of the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum to ARTiSTORY’s portfolio shows the company’s commitment to working with the leading cultural organisations around the world. The Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum joins cultural partners …

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ARTiSTORY brings together AI firm obode and the National Gallery

Art and cultural IP specialist ARTiSTORY has brought AIoT technology eco-brand obode, a member of China’s Midea Robozone, together with the National Gallery, London, to create a smart-robot vacuum cleaner featuring designs inspired by three great artists and supported with innovative digital marketing content. The smart robot, obode P8, launching …

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ARTiSTORY’s Seasons of Impressionists creatives set to travel the world with uin Footwear

Art and cultural IP specialist ARTiSTORY has licensed global creative rights excluding China to the Spanish footwear brand uin for launching a new collection in partnership with the National Gallery Company, London. The DTC brand, known for its colourful art-inspired footwear, has chosen ARTiSTORY creatives inspired by timeless classics housed …

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ARTiSTORY appoints Markettcom to cover UAE and Saudi Arabia

Specialist in art and cultural licensing ARTiSTORY is continuing to expand its global operation with the appointment of Markettcom agency. Capitalising on the growing appetite for Western museums in the UAE following the opening of the Louvre in Abu Dhabi and the forthcoming Guggenheim opening in Abu Dhabi, which is …

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ARTiSTORY launches artist collaborations programme

Art and cultural IP specialist ARTiSTORY has taken the next step in its licensing model by launching its artist collaborations programme. The partnerships with living artists will see three-way co-branding between brands, artists and museums and gives established and emerging artists the chance to draw inspiration from the rich cultural …

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ARTiSTORY strengthens UK sales team with the appointment of Caroline High

Global art and cultural IP licensee ARTiSTORY continues to grow its UK team with the appointment of Caroline High, of Caroline High Consultancy Ltd. Caroline is an established brand licensing expert with 20 years’ experience working with a wide genre of brands across the globe, including preschool, entertainment, lifestyle, heritage …

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Q&A: Natasha Dyson, co-founder of ARTiSTORY

A specialist in cultural IP licensing, ARTiSTORY was co-founded a year ago by industry trailblazers Yizan He and Natasha Dyson. Over the past 12 months the company has secured major partnerships with some of the world’s leading cultural institutions, including the National Gallery, London; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; …

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