Great Bowery Licensing brand Gallery Stock elevates the storytelling of our editorial partners by efficiently tapping into our archive of millions of images from exclusive artists whose work is available for licensing only on Gallery Stock.
For the recent examples, image researchers from the publication’s teams of The New York Times, The Observer from The Guardian, and The Atlantic browsed through our archive to select the preferred art for their stories, then worked with Gallery Stock agents to license, or downloaded images immediately via cart checkout to seamlessly fulfill their creative needs for their stories.
The New York Times, “What Students Are Saying About Their Proudest Accomplishments” features art by Gallery Stock partner collection Millennium Images.
The Observer, “Don’t mess with my face: confessions of a makeup artist” features art by exclusive artist Pierre Dal Corso.
The Atlantic, “A Driver of Inequality That Not Enough People Are Talking About” features work by exclusive artist Sally Anscombe.