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artwork

[′ärt‚wərk]
(graphic arts)
Illustrative and decorative matter as distinguished from text.
Illustrative matter and type proofs arranged on a mechanical.
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Together the companies address a range of labeling and packaging artwork requirements across a range of industries with a special focus on pharmaceutical, medical device, manufacturing, food and beverage, chemical, retail and consumer packaged goods.
In a note which accompanied the artwork, Ethel wrote to Victoria: " I'm delighted that 25 years later, you're still enjoying President Kennedy's painting which I gave to you and Michael for your wedding .
All artworks must have been created within the past 2 years.
The artwork which has dimensions of 7 feet by 7 feet, took 850 hours to prepare.
Ascribe offers a way to claim ownership of an artwork but cannot prevent the file from being downloaded or copied.
The license may entitle the licensor to a specified number of free samples of the product using the artwork and specify that the samples are subject to the licensor's approval before production begins.
If an art collector's heirs aren't knowledgeable about the artwork in question, consider recommending that they appoint an art executor.
CHILTERN Railways has commissioned the latest in a series of contemporary artworks to feature on its new timetable.
Lund is described as a fine artist with a colourist naive style adopted in his artwork.
Therefore, you may want to have your artwork professionally shrink-wrapped.
Choosing the right frame that enhances the artwork and also fits in with the overall decor and style of a space can greatly enhance the visual element of a room.
It has submitted an application for the replica lighthouse, which would be built on the A548 Talacre/Hamilton Oil roundabout, and has more pieces of artwork in the pipeline.