About Rights International Group

Founder Robert Hazaga

Rights International Group was established in 1996 by licensing professional Robert Hazaga in order to provide manufacturers in the United States, Canada, Japan, the European Union, and other countries, the finest in art and design. Robert Hazaga brought to his new company years of experience in the print, design, and home decor industries, fluency in Japanese, broad international travel and experience, and an extensive knowledge of art and design. His desire was to enable companies to use his expertise to locate quickly and easily the art, design and licensed properties they need to create beautiful new products that will sell well in their own and in the American marketplace.

In the years since its founding, Rights International has successfully represented companies and artists in the United States and abroad in fields as diverse as paper products and textiles, prints and calendars, giftware and home decor.

The result has been a synergistic upgrade in the ease of art licensing, in that artists are enabled to find licensors for their work both inside and outside their own countries, and companies in many industries are able to have unrestricted access to the finest and most suitable of contemporary art, a win-win situation for both manufacturers and artists alike.

If your company is seeking excellent art and design for your products, or if you are an artist seeking international distribution for your art, contact Rights International today.

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Rights International Group's Office Interior

Rights International Group’s Office Interior

The G.I.L.A. Building is a 2500 sq-ft modern hi tech shared office space for designers, entrepreneurs, startups and artists of various disciplines.

The G.I.L.A. Building is a 2500 sq-ft modern Hi Tech shared office space for designers, entrepreneurs, startups and artists of various disciplines.

Inspired by neo-futuristic architect Buckminster Fuller's Geodesic Dome, "The Nest" was designed by Studio 1 Architects' Rob Feinstein.

Inspired by neo-futuristic architect Buckminster Fuller’s Geodesic Dome, “The Nest” was designed by Studio 1 Architects’ Rob Feinstein.

Conference Room