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Album Covers

  • Ariana Grande's thank u, next
  • Bon Iver's I,I
  • Billie Eilish's When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
  • Tyler, the Creator's Igor


  • “How could you pay $10,000 for an artist’s work at the beginning and, at some point, it’s worth $30 million, and they or their family see nothing of that increase?” - Alicia Keys. Source: Dean’s List: Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys Focus on Collecting African-American Art, ARTnews Dec 16, 2019
  • “For me, the reason why Artist’s Resale Right is something I really value is because it puts me back in contact with pieces of work. It’s like a tracking system, and that’s really useful to see how my work is moving in the marketplace…and obviously the money helps, as well.” — Gavin Turk. Source: Artquest: Artist’s Resale Right: Ten Years After
  • “Why artists should receive royalties from resale of their art is, well, I don't see why it should be any different for example to authors or musicians, designers and so on. Plus, beyond that, surely we should be supporting one of the most successful industries that our nation has, rather than actually doing the opposite?” - Gordon Cheung. Source: DACS: Case Studies
  • “It’s a question of basic fairness” - Chuck Close. Source: NYT: Artists File Lawsuits, Seeking Royalties
  • “We need legislation to enact the right to royalties, and we need to align it with what goes on in Britain and the E.U.” - Frank Stella. Literature, music, film, computer programming and patents all have better intellectual-property protection than American visual art, Mr. Stella added. Source: NYT: Artists File Lawsuits, Seeking Royalties