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NPIC Art Founder Rah Crawford Opens His Image Vault in Vegas
Published on Wed, May 22, 2013 (11:39 a.m.)Visual artist Rah Crawford, founder of NPIC-Art will formally make his art accessible to the world this June at the 2013 International Licensing Expo in Las Vegas.
Crawford’s unique images have achieved international recognition. In Amsterdam, the artist’s work was used to promote the 2009 AAF Fair while two of his licensed images printed on oversized beanbags earned strong sales in the Stedelijk Museum store. In Belgium, The S.O.N.S. Museum displays the painting shoes of Rah Crawford in their permanent collection of Artist’s Footwear. In the United States, Crawford’s paintings have been auctioned for the Smithsonian Museum and he’s been honored by New York’s City Council for his art and declared a Creative Ambassador by the city of Philadelphia.
“An artist who arrived on the scene and is already helping to define contemporary art.” -ABC News
“Buoyant” “Exuberant” “Optimistic” - New York Times
A previous licensing partner, Ropeadope™ increased awareness of Rah Crawford’s work through his designs for apparel which resulted in strong sales at the register and fan emails coming from as far away as Australia. With the launch of the artist’s media company The Goodsun, Rah Crawford will roll out NPIC-Art alongside his creative partners, with unique offerings for visual art, film and entertainment such as Meryl Meeps and Michael Holman Creations.
June 18 - 20, 2013
Artist Website: www.rahcrawford.com
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