Next Day Art to Rep Currier & Ives

Non-profit The Currier & Ives Foundation has selected Portland, Maine-based Next Day Art to manage its licensing program.The Currier & Ives Foundation, which facilitates education on 19th century artwork at public and private schools and charities

April 6, 2018

Non-profit The Currier & Ives Foundation has selected Portland, Maine-based Next Day Art to manage its licensing program.

The Currier & Ives Foundation, which facilitates education on 19th century artwork at public and private schools and charities in the U.S., will have a merchandise program focused on greetings, cards, home accents, gifts, wall décor, textiles, collectibles, puzzles and calendars.

"It is an honor to represent the Currier & Ives collection for licensing and the opportunity to re-introduce their work and leverage the brand on new products is truly exciting," says James Meserve, president of Next Day Art. "The reputation of this iconic brand and the important contributions they brought in sharing art with the masses is consistent with our mission of bringing new art to life."

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