Founded in 1728, The Saturday Evening Post is America's oldest magazine. Over time, the magazine gained huge popularity by attracting the best illustrators of the Twentieth Century including Norman Rockwell, J.C. Leyendecker and dozens more. The Post continued to thrive through the great depression, World War II and well into the 60's. It is currently published bi-monthly.
As the Post’s licensing arm, Curtis Licensing has been licensing their archive of copyrighted images for over 30 years. The collection includes over 6,000 illustrations from the Post, Country Gentleman, Jack & Jill, Child Life, Humpty Dumpty and Turtle magazines. Curtis’s artwork has appeared on multiple products, campaigns and promotions including wall art, stationery, home décor, tabletop, apparel, films, print ads, etc.
Curtis Licensing looks forward to introducing this great collection to a new audience, at Brand Licensing Europe.