Art that works well for licensing is art that is relevant and relatable to both the manufacturer and the end use consumer who is willing to pay for products displaying that art.
The role of the artwork on the product is to help sell the product!
The licensing of art can be either via traditional royalty based Agreement, or a flat fee Agreement. Both Agreement types define the term of use; products on which the art may be used, the territory of use, payment terms, and more. The artist retains the copyright, as well as other rights to the art.
Are you an established artist with a well-developed style and a marketable body of work?
Do you want the potential for additional income from licensing your art to publishers and manufacturers?
If Yes, then we will do a six month paid test 2 three month increments @ $75/per 3/mo increment. At the end of the six months we (you and I) will evaluate results. If we both agree, then you will be offered a six month Artists (no fee) commission only contract).
At the end of the contract we will evaluate our level of success, and if we both agree you will be offered an exclusive ArtVisions "signature artist" agreement.
A win-win Proposition
We have very strict selection criteria for membership and a limited number of openings each year. We have created a special RM Licensing methodology that simplifies the licensing process (derived from Rights Managed** licensing concepts). We have a dedicated RM website, artlicensing.us, that will be clearly associated with our main art licensing website, artvisions.com.
WE OFFER YOU
...if you think our art licensing services might be for you, please complete our pre-qualification survey (below).
A note about the form... I personally detest long, complex web forms. In this case, the Artist Qualification form meets several important requirements. One being your ability to string words together in a meaningful and informative way. The form also makes sure that you know that there are professional-level digital image files needed to support our (and therefore your) licensing clients. And, of course, we need a link to a website where your art can be seen. The website gives us an idea of how you organize, display and describe your work. The aforementioned factors help us determine if we can work together. Once we have assessed your responses in the form, we will be in a position to provide more details about what is needed from you.