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Not to be confused with Adobe Studio.

Adobe Studios was an image and typeface library operated by Adobe Systems.

HistoryEdit

The former subsidiary originated as Image Club Graphics, a digital image and typeface library founded in 1985 by Greg Kolodziejzyk in Calgary, Canada.[1] In 1994, Image Club Graphics was acquired by Aldus,[2] which itself was merged into Adobe on August 31, 1994.[3]

The content was briefly rebranded as Adobe Studios in 1998 and then spun off as EyeWire,[2] which was acquired by Getty Images in August 1999.[4] In May 2003, the EyeWire website and URL was acquired by Fonts.com, a subsidiary of AGFA Monotype.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Image Club Graphics (Greg Kolodziejzyk) by Luc Devroye. 2014-04-28.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Looking for Image Club Graphics?, Image Club. Archived 2004-05-29.
  3. Aldus and Adobe Systems Finalize Merger, Computer History Museum. 1994-08-31.
  4. Eyewire Aquired by Getty by Jim Pickerell, Selling Stock. 1999-08-12.
  5. Fonts.com has acquired the EyeWire domain and website., EyeWire. Archived 2003-05-30.

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