Capital Art, Inc. (CAPA.OB) announced that the company has filed all three of its Quarterly Reports for 2017 on Form 10-Q.
“We are pleased to announce the completion of our audit and review process,” Said Sam Battistone, Chairman and Chief Executive of Capital Art. “Some of the company’s achievements over the past three years include the following acquisitions and agreements:
- Acquired the Globe Photo Agency, the Nation’s first pop culture licensing agency founded in 1939, featuring over 10 million iconic pop culture images;
- Acquired the Jill Gibson archive, with rare and previously unpublished images of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who and other bands from the Monterey Pop Festive in 1967;
- Acquired the Led Zeppelin 1980 concert ticket archive;
- Acquired an important archive ofrare, vintage Rock and Roll photographs in the U.K; and
- Obtainedofficial Global photo licenses from the estates of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley and Muhammad Ali.”
Mr. Battistone continued, “Capital Art has acquired over a dozen iconic photo archives spanning the last 100 years. Our library contains over 10 million unique images and negatives from the Golden Age of Hollywood, music, sports, politics and pop culture icons.
Capital Art owns copyrighted images of virtually every major figure of the 20th Century, including Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Elvis Presley, Muhammad Ali, Andy Warhol and Picasso. Our licensing subsidiary, Globe Photos, licenses images to major news organizations, periodicals, television and movie production companies and publishing houses.
We also sell fine art prints through galleries, interior decorators and major third-party resellers including Amazon, Ebay, Art.com and 1stdibs.