This month’s newsletter features information on our popular animal range by Greg Cuddiford, new vintage artist Michael Young and new images from Bente Schlick and Adrian Chesterman.
The demand for Animal images for products has never been greater. Our own pet photographer, Greg Cuddiford continues to be a hit with licensees and retailers worldwide. With over 1,000 images featuring cute and cuddly puppies, kittens, bunnies and horses, Greg offers animal images for all your needs.
These versatile images can fit any category from calendars, cards, and stationery to gift items and apparel.Contact us to find out more and check availability for your product and territory.
Please click here to review Greg Cuddiford’s full image collection.
MGL is pleased to welcome new artist Michael Young. Originally from Kansas, Michael started his training in New York at the Art Students’ League. The response to his work has been tremendous and has resulted in many private as well as corporate collections and international recognition. His studio and gallery are now located in Kansas City where he lives with his wife and two sons.
Michael Young seduces the viewer into his world of elegance and romance. His stylish vignettes of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s are at once decorative, whimsical and compellingly nostalgic. Michael’s work is suitable for a range of products including posters, jigsaws, cards, gifts and more.
Please click here to review Michael Young’s full image collection.
Our German artist, Bente Schlick, continues to be a hit with jigsaw puzzle, card, calendar and apparel companies. Bente has recently submitted a series of new images to add to her collection of fantasy images. Her distinguishable style and skills continue to be reflected in these inspirational images.
Please click here to review Bente Schlick’s full image collection.
Adrian Chesterman has recently submitted new images to his extensive collection of art. Adrian has a very diverse portfolio of work ranging from marine scenes and fantasy to cars.
Please click here to review Adrian Chesterman’s full image collection.