Artimage recently worked with The School of Life to supply and license an image by Sam Taylor-Johnson for its new Cultural Memory card game.
Scouting for artwork with a festive (or anti-festive) feel? Then look no further. Artimage has a fantastic range of seasonal art images, from Richard Hamilton’s interpretations of Christmas-themed popular culture to Andy Warhol's classic festive illustrations.
Images of sketches by Ibrahim El-Salahi depicting his experiences as a political prisoner in 1970s Sudan have recently been licensed for quarterly pan-African publication, The Chronic.
A major exhibition marking Terry Frost’s (1915-2003) centenary year is now open at Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange in Cornwall, organised in collaboration with Tate St Ives and Leeds Art Gallery.
We recently worked with the BBC to license images by Yinka Shonibare MBE for an episode of What Do Artists Do All Day? The documentary will be broadcast on BBC Four on Monday 23 November 2015.
From the late 1950s until his death in 1987, Andy Warhol was an obsessive chronicler of life. With a Polaroid camera in hand, he photographed the rich and famous, amassing a collection of tens of thousands of photos. A range of these pictures can now be licensed through Artimage.