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We proudly represent the following artists.

Portfolios soon to come.

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Born in the age of industry,
In a bed of steel and grease,
Product Design Corporation sprang forth to create the impossible
It’s right arm, artist Michael Henry, knew the first order of duty was
To depict Cats in their proper light… as Gods.

Cori Dantini would love to dress like her paper ladies and explore the world in their skirts and buns and neat little boots, but she is far too practical for that. In fact, she spends much of her time in her studio, covered in a mosaic of ink stains and glue dabs, bits of wordy paper clinging to her slippers. And, as it happens, her studio is not located in an Italian villa, but in eastern Washington where she has returned to her hometown of Pullman to ply her trade among its rolling wheat fields.

After earning a BFA in painting from Washington State University and spending a couple decades fiddling with brushes, oils, pencils, markers, and most recently, the mouse attached to her computer, she has discovered an organic process involving layers and language. Any meaning found in her work comes from this process. She never begins a project with a message in mind. Rather, the materials and her process are what do the talking. It is this mysterious, reciprocal quality of art that intrigues her and makes her think of her works as visual poems.

Fueled by coffee, muffins, and good black licorice, she goes in search of epiphany, in hopes that the moments she evokes will add layers to our daily lives.

Located in sunny California, Lavish Studio’s is a collaboration of multiple artists spanning centuries through one our lead (and contemporary) designer. Starting with antique engravings of natural history, fashion or architecture from the 18th and early 19th centuries, combining them with other ephemera and then utilizing 21st century technology, we create beautiful new compositions suitable for licensing. It is our belief that these antique engravings are too beautiful to molder in musty old books and should continue to live in this day and age in fabulous creations deserving of their beauty. When not in the studio, our lead designer can be found at a flea market looking for more ‘partners’, taking in the natural beauty that California offers or off gallivanting in Europe.


Stephanie Peterson Jones loves creating illustration and design. You can find her artwork embellishing children’s books, adult coloring books, textiles, stationery and gift products. Working in both traditional (watercolor and gouache) and digital media, often combined, she is known for her cheerful illustrations, graphic surface patterns, intricate ink drawings, unique floor mandalas, and beautiful handwriting.

Stephanie has illustrated many children’s books, among them the award winning book Peek-a-Moo, in print since 1998 selling over 400,000 copies. Herer book Where’s my Nose? was chosen by Dolly Parton to be part of her Imagination Library. Stephanie wrote and illustrated Drawing for Joy, a book of 365 daily prompts to develop drawing skills and meditative practice, which was released by Quarto in July, 2017.

She maintains her own daily drawing practice and feels a little bit off if she misses a day. She is inspired by the beauty in nature, kind people, and the little visual surprises she encounters each day. When she’s not making art, she’s taking a hike, knitting, making pottery, and teaching (or doing) Pilates.

After investing more than thirty years of editorial and storyboard work creating images for clients, Thomas decided to create a body of work for himself, and for the enjoyment of others.

His goal as an artist is to paint what he loves and what he is most passionate about. He loves drawing dogs. Having grown up with two dachshunds, Red and Sammy, he became a dog lover. However, as he grew up, he became indifferent towards dogs and made fun of his sister for how much she loved her dogs. That all changed once he bought a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel for his daughters. They named him Cash. He soon added our second Cav, Biddy, who has become his constant studio companion and turned him into a dog freak. Welcome to Thomas Fluharty’s Mad Mad World of Dogs.