Next Day Art to Introduce New Artists and Images at SURTEX
March 9, 2009
Portland, ME – Next Day Art, an art licensing company located in Portland, Maine, plans to introduce about 10 new artists and thousands of new images at the 2009 SURTEX show in New York City. SURTEX is one of the leading trade shows for surface, textiles and art designs and will be held at the Javits Center from May 17-19th.
“Despite an economy that is sputtering along, manufacturers of art-based products recognize that good design is the most important product differentiator and look to this show to help fill their needs,” remarked James Meserve, president of Next Day Art.
“Licensed designs from the artists we represent are now found in major retailers and gift stores throughout the country. We find that the better manufacturers compete more on design and less on price and we are happy to be part of that equation,” continued Meserve.
Next Day Art works as an artist agent by helping put the right designs in front of manufacturers at the right time. Artists can focus on creating new designs while Next Day Art handles the marketing, presentation, negotiations and business side of things.
Companies that produce greeting cards, home accents, gifts, wall décor, textiles, collectibles, puzzles, calendars and more count on Next Day Art to source and license art. Artist portfolios can be viewed on-line or by requesting custom printed portfolios through Next Day Art. Next Day Art represents more than 80 artists and more than 10,000 works of art.
To find out more about Next Day Art, visit their website at www.nextdayart.com or call 207-761-4278. Artists looking for representation or manufacturers with licensing inquiries the company can be reached by email at email@example.com