Persue Graffiti Interview

Monday, March 14, 2011

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Some of you might remember the interview we did with Persue a few years ago. Now here’s a new interview with Persue that We Love Creativity has put together. In this interview Persue talks about how he first got involved with the Seventh Letter crew and he also talks about who Bunny Kitty is. Read the full interview here.

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  • Beth Demmon Ivey August 22, 2011, 11:38 am

    Hi Persue,

    Your work caught the eye of our art selection team in San Diego, and I wanted to give you some more info about our new youth culture line, Wheatpaste Art Collective. We provide contemporary art and graffiti based products to the North American retail community, as well as direct to consumers.

    Over the past 12 years, we’ve launched more than 3,000 art products through our sister company Oopsy daisy, Fine Art for Kids, and decided to expand into the young adult market. You can find our children’s line in stores like Target, The Land of Nod, Pottery Barn Kids and in over 1500 independently owned stores throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and Mexico. We’re also happy to be a sponsor of the Boys and Girls Club here in San Diego, and donate a portion of our proceeds towards their support.

    We’re developing new products for the Wheatpaste line specifically geared towards the graffiti and street art movement, and we hope you will be interested in working with us. We enjoy a mutually beneficial and long lasting relationship with more than 150 artists currently, licensing specific pieces for specified product categories. We pay quarterly royalties and send a statement showing who purchased your products and in what quantity and at what price. Additionally we have our own production facility in San Diego, CA as we prefer to retain daily hands on monitoring of quality control.

    We’d love to know if you have any current work that is available for licensing. If you’d like more detailed information, I can send you our standard agreement for your review. Let me know if you have any questions and we hope to hear from you!


    Beth Demmon

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