The works of thousands of artists from over the past 100 years are recently unveiled in the historic art collection by Hallmark’s Gillham Studios.
Gillham Studios’ new stock image service focuses on original art and design, with sets of unique illustrations, hand-lettering, photography, patterns and more. The royalty-free artwork is now available to the public for download, use, and repurpose. The collection marks the iconic company’s first foray into the global stock image market.
“We have the unique advantage of a 100 years of creative archives plus we are constantly investing in new designs for our collection, utilizing one of the largest on-staff creative teams in the world. By stepping into this market with the Gillham Studios’ collection, we are offering something new to artists, designers, and everyone else,” said Lindsey Roy, VP of Innovation Platforms at Hallmark.
Users of the website have the option to look for individual pieces or to browse the carefully curated themed collections based on artist, style or trend. They can also create inspiration boards to help keep track of their favorite images and share their inspiration publicly.
“Hallmark has a unique place in culture; our imagery connects people,” said Gillham Studios General Manager, Christopher Shaw. “For more than a century, Hallmark has been helping consumers convey emotion for every occasion. Now designers, content marketers and product development teams can leverage our tremendous strengths to connect with their audiences.”
Gillham Studios is also the only stock image service that includes use for physical products in its basic license. Both Basic and Extended licensees may use the images on products such as fabric, murals, mugs, and pillows. This license extends to other printed items, websites, digital products, and attributed editorial usage, as well as for personal and non-commercial use.
“Hallmark didn’t want to get into this market unless we had a truly great offering,” added Roy. “We created Gillham Studios because artists and designers told us they love our creative assets and what we have is different than the rest of the market. Creatives told us that they wanted to be able to utilize our high-quality assets in a variety of different ways, beyond the categories we specialize in here.”