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Licensing

License art by Jennifer Redstreake!

Jennifer graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a BFA in Graphic Design in 2001. She has continuously worked as a Designer in the science field since then and also with NASA just recently in the last few years. Her days are filled with science design and her evenings are filled with creativity and painting. She has sold her paintings globally for over 20 years, always trying new things and broadening her artistic horizons. Licensing has been something she has dabbled in a few times, and only now has become her main focus in the last year. Jen is now licensed with 10 companies, trying very hard to grow the Redstreake brand and loving every moment!

Jen works with Daniel Smith watercolors on Ampersand Aquabord and currently has been dabbling in oils on linen. Her paintings are vibrant, unique and versatile. The possibilities for products are endless! Jen has the heart of an entrepreneur and would love to work with companies that can see the potential in her works just like she can. She is even completely open to designing a whole line of custom paintings/works just to suit your needs for new product ideas! Being a top notch graphic designer, she can also work with your ‘in house’ templates to fit her designs within your existing products as well.

If you think Jen’s illustrations and designs would be a great fit with your products and ideas, contact us! We can’t wait to hear from you and brainstorm cool ideas and possibilities! Lets be friends :-)

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Jen is looking for manufacturers and/or distributors in the following categories:

• Wall decor / home accents
• Crafts
• Digital Product Covers / Skins
• Publishing
• DIY Craft Products
• Home Decor
• Publishing
* textiles / fabric design
• Stationary and Printed Paper Products

If you have any business related questions or if you have questions directly for the artist, you can ask them here.

latest commercial commissioned work can be seen below: