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New Imagery for Art Licensing

We’re just updating our website with some fantastic new artwork for licensing. Publishers and Manufacturers- don’t forget to contact Pure Illustration whenever you have a new project that needs artwork. We’ve got thousands of pieces of stock art and our artists are amazing at commissions.   Read more

Artists Interview – Reginald Swinney

Pure Illustration represent many talented illustrators and artists, and we license their artwork to publishers and manufacturers all over the world. Sometimes, in the day to day of business, it is easy to loose sight of the fact that the artwork is the price and joy of a certain artist rather than a commercial product that will help a product sell. And so we like to take the time to introduce our artists and illustrators as individuals, so that our customers can connect with their... Read more

Pure Illustration secure prestigious back page of Art Licensing Source book – again

March 29, 2016 Uncategorized
Art & Design Licensing Source Book 2015 Pure Illustration

Watch out for our new 2016 ad on the back cover of the Art Licensing Source Book. Pure Illustration have advertised in this important industry publication since it’s inception and we’ve had the back page for the last 3 years. Our artists receive great exposure to the thousands of art buyers who receive and read this magazine and we’re happy to have secured our normal spot again for 2016. Pure Illustration – the agency for artists and illustrators working in art markets worldwide – Read more

Tony Parsons – plein air professional

March 15, 2016 Uncategorized

Pure Illustration are proud to announce that they now represent the fine artist Tony Parsons and can offer exclusive licenses of his fantastic artwork. Tony has been a professional caricaturist and portrait artist for the last 15 years. His work graces the walls of several royal families including those of Prince William. Having been a sailor and lifeboat crew member all of his adult life Tony began painting seascapes as a break from his commissioned work. Trade in his paintings soon outgrew the caricatures and... Read more