MADART Studios Signs Nine New Licensing Partners in 2012 and Three More to Start off 2013
New, Trendy, Coastal Collections Being Introduce for Licensing in 2013
PR Log - Mar 25, 2013 - MADART ~ "Art that Colors the Soul"™ is the studio name for licensed artist Megan Aroon Duncanson. 2012 was a banner year for MADART™ with nine new licensing agreements added to the already expanding products featuring the contemporary, colorful and whimsical art Megan creates. Several new licensing agreements in 2012 included "Arte Fx Decor" for prints, "Funky Celebrations" for greeting cards and gifts and "Uptown Art" for Studio Classes.
2013 looks to be an even more promising year for the MADART™ licensing brand with three new licensing deals already having transpired as of March. "Dianoche Designs" is now creating illuminated wall art with numerous MADART™ designs and "Check Advantage" is producing checks, checkbook covers and address labels with 12 collections featuring MADART's™ work. The most recent licensing deal is with "Wear that Art" for t-shirts.
2013 will feature new collections with a focus on Coastal Paintings with coordinating designs and patterns. Several Collections have already been introduced with new designs being added weekly. The "Coastal Luxe"™ collection features crabs and lobsters perfect for cuisine and home decor products, while the "Sea of Whimsy"™ collection features a variety of coastal elements and sea creatures in the trendy shades of emerald green, turquoise, cobalt blue and aqua. These new coastal designs are available for licensing across all product categories and can be seen in MADART's™ online licensing portfolio at: http://www.madartgallery.net
About MADART™ ~ Megan Aroon Duncanson: "Megan Aroon Duncanson (MADART™) has a distinct flair for modern/contemporary art. Her style and use of color are unmistakable, and her use of bright, rich, saturated color and abstract composition draw the viewer in for a long-lasting enriching experience with “Art that Colors the Soul”". Megan's life growing up in the bush of Alaska and currently splitting time between the shores of Florida and Alaska contribute to her inspiration for coastal and tropical designs prominently seen throughout much of her art.