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New edition is packed full of exclusive content ahead of Surtex and Licensing Expo.

The summer 2018 edition of Art & Design Licensing Source Book is now available to read online.

The issue previews a number of great exhibitions that offer an opportunity to get a first hand view of the artists, agencies, designers, photographers and everyone in-between.

Key to this is Surtex in New York, the trusted place to be if you’re looking to get your name out there. The show affords success; every single year we read and hear stories of first-time exhibiting artists being uncovered, agencies picking up brilliant levels of new business, not to mention the opportunity student artists are offered via the designext competition.

Going West, Vegas plays host to Licensing Expo, the world’s largest licensing exhibition which includes a solid section for the art world.

On the other side of the water, London sees Progressive Greetings Live (PG Live) in early June, which is dedicated to the world of greetings – a staple of business for artists and creatives, while we’ll be back to Olympia in October for Brand Licensing Europe.

In addition, we’ve been fortunate to have some great conversations about what’s coming up this year.

Our State of the Nation pages carry all the latest news from the art, design and image licensing sectors.

We’ve been behind the scenes at Bright to hear more about its expansion both geographically and in terms of its offer, we’ve caught up with major licensing agents to gauge the performance of the market and current trends, plus some great first hand interviews with licensee Neviti, new Surtex exhibitor Artshine, plus a positivity-led talk with May The Thoughts Be With You.

To read the summer 2018 edition of Art & Design Licensing Source Book, simply click on this link.

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