One of the dreams being sold on social media the last few years is all about art licensing. As someone who has licensed her photography and art for years, I don't quite get what the deal is with the obsession. I think one big issue is people often do not know how licensing works and they do not know the difference between wholesale and retail pricing. Art licensing is not at all (NOT AT ALL) a way to get rich quick. It's not even get rich slow. Or get rich at all (unless you are Thomas Kinkade). One way artists make a fortune on art licensing is to sell $250 workshops for artists who want to license their art for retail.
If you are interested in licensing, please be aware of any agent who charges YOU for guidance or instruction. Agents make money off the transactions they negotiate for you. You do not pay your agent. Your agent pays you. Your agent represents you, and they are paid when they negotiate for you. Run from any agent who charges you for a seminar or workshop then wants to represent you.
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