“The Library’s rich and varied collection is for everyone and we are looking forward to sharing it with more people across the world through these creative products and innovative projects,” said Caroline Brown, The British Library’s Head of Commercial Services.
ARTiSTORY CEO and Founder Yizan He discusses his aim to change the way that art is shared and experienced through licensing.
Chefs Yong Ming Choong and Jacky Lai on bringing Van Gogh’s Sunflowers to life as an afternoon tea experience
Fairmont Singapore’s Executive Pastry Chef Yong Ming Choong and Senior Sous Chef Jacky Lai discuss working with ARTiSTORY to bring Van Gogh’s Sunflowers to life in food.
ARTiSTORY brings The National Gallery and Fairmont Singapore together for ‘Season of Impressionists’ afternoon tea
“We are delighted to offer this distinctive afternoon tea experience inspired by Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and hope to bring a new and different appreciation for this famous art piece through food,” said Robert Strasser, Hotel Manager at Fairmont Singapore.
ARTiSTORY brings Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and TECNO together for TECNO CAMON 19 Pro Mondrian Edition
“It’s incredible to see the work of Piet Mondrian serve as inspiration for a completely new kind of smartphone design,” said Debra LaKind, Senior Director of Intellectual Property & Business Development at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
“For the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, this partnership represents the chance to make its great masterpieces internationally known beyond its own walls and galleries,” said Ana Cela, Head of the Museo Thyssen’s Book and Giftshop.
Alicia Chen – Country Manager of ARTiSTORY’s Singapore Office and head of the artists programme – tells us about bringing artists and museums together for exciting licensing opportunities.
ARTiSTORY’s contemporary takes on pieces like Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Monet’s The Water Lily Pond will appear on uin’s footwear line.
“Artists get the opportunity to be associated with the world’s top museums, brands can provide consumers with access to their favourite artists via uniquely designed products endorsed by museums, and museums can engage new audiences,” said ARTiSTORY’s Alicia Chen.
ARTiSTORY showcased original design assets inspired by the collections of its partners like New York’s The Brooklyn Museum, London’s The National Gallery and Tapei’s The National Palace Museum.