The Buffalo Works partners with Art Brand Studios

Will create new licensing partnerships for key artists

Minneapolis – The Buffalo Works has forged a partnership with Art Brands Studios to secure selective new and diverse licensing partners for high profile properties.

The Buffalo Works will tap product categories for artists including Thomas Kinkade and Marjolein Bastinin where their work is not currently licensed to assist in building the brands in the marketplace.

The art licensing division of The Buffalo Works has expanded significantly with recently additions of prominent artists such as UK artist Steven Brown, whose contemporary style has attracted over 270,000 followers on Facebook and other social media channels; and Tiffani Taylor, who recently launched a refreshed lifestyle collection.Buffalo Works logo

Other artists in the Buffalo Works’ portfolio include Paul Brent, At Peace, Gapchinska, Kevin Daniel, Cory Carlson, Tom Antonishak, , Debbie Arambula and Nancy Wernserbach, among others.

In addition, Kathy Ireland Worldwide (kiWW) has inked an agreement to design a wide-ranging collection of branded art and wall décor for the home with Larson-Juhl and The Buffalo Works. The Buffalo Works will work with kiWW to curate, develop and market the art program, partnering with Larson-Juhl as the exclusive supplier for the branded program.

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