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When to consider briefings for an art commissions project?

The Latest Sale fine art team highlights when to consider briefings for an art commissions project. For sure, corporate clients will often have specific needs, requiring artwork that matches their environment, colour schemes and corporate ethos. These requirements may be difficult to achieve with artwork that is readily available. A more tailored approach can address client preferences comprehensively. For example, if a client specializing in the manufacture of technology goods sells products with numerous USPs (unique selling points), these factors may not be highlighted in ready available works of art.

Even if a client reviews artwork from artists who may have created artwork that already includes technology specific images, they may not encapsulate the essence of the client’s business and products. These include colour schemes and the unique benefits of the product. In such cases, a client may therefore prefer to commission an artist to work closely with their team to create a piece of bespoke artwork. Art commissions of this nature can be expensive and therefore very lucrative for the fine artist contracted. However in reality, for the client any unique piece of artwork created for an art commissions project will not be duplicated and ownership will be transferred entirely to the client upon payment and finalisation of the project. As an original canvas or original print, the client can also be assured that the piece of artwork that has derived from an art commissions project will certainly hold its value.