Artissimo Acquires Lot 26 Studio

LOS ANGELES-Wall decor supplier Artissimo Designs has purchased Lot 26 Studio, a manufacturer of decorative adhesive product lines based in San Francisco. Offering a line of wall decals and adhesive mirrors, Lot 26 Studio will operate as an independent division of Artissimo Holdings, which does business as Artissimo Designs. The acquisition underscores Artissimo's objective to expand its design and product capabilities as well as become a diversified supplier of wall decor throughout North America.

"Lot 26 Studio is a natural fit to join Artissimo, and we are excited about building our future together," said Ken Floyd, CEO of Artissimo Holdings. "We have tremendous respect for the accomplishments of Lot 26 Studio under the outstanding leadership of president Wayne Hueners and CEO Ann Marie Mendlow. We are confident that the union of these two great companies will provide continued innovation and superior product design and quality for our retail partners."

Mendlow added, "We are delighted to partner with Artissimo Designs, as their business philosophy and culture synergize so well with ours. Wayne and I are excited about the opportunities to leverage our design expertise with Artissimo's operational proficiencies to continue to support our growth."

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