Royal Caribbean Expands Relationship With Internationally Acclaimed Artist Romero Britto

MIAMI, Aug. 23: As Royal Caribbean Intl prepares for the December 2010 launch of Allure of the Seas, the world’s next largest and most revolutionary cruise ship, the global cruise line continues to unveil surprising new features and amenities that will distinguish Allure from her sister-ship, Oasis of the Seas. After announcing an integrated partnership… [Continue Reading]

Cunard Line Unveils David Linley Artwork for the New Queen Elizabeth

20 May 2010 – Yesterday, in Chelsea near London, Cunard Line unveiled the stunning centerpiece for the Grand Lobby of the Line’s newest ship, Queen Elizabeth, debuting this fall. The artwork was specially commissioned to David Linley, son of the late Princess Margaret and the internationally famous photographer Lord Snowdon – and Her Majesty The… [Continue Reading]

Queen Elizabeth Scores Another First with Sculpture Competition

23 September 2009 (Southampton, England) – Usually commissions for major works of art go to well-known names, and rarely are aspiring students or interested amateurs invited to submit designs for a public sculpture that will be admired by thousands of people every year.
But that’s the radical intention of Cunard in seeking designs for a major… [Continue Reading]

Costa Cruises Commissions Monumental Sculpture by Fernando Botero to Add to Fleet’s Multimillion Dollar Art Collection

MIAMI, July 28 — Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line, has commissioned a monumental bronze sculpture by world-renowned artist Fernando Botero for its newest ship, the Costa Luminosa. The bronze sculpture is currently taking shape at the Mariani foundry in Pietrasanta, Italy, where Botero creates his works using the ancient traditional technique of lost wax… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Line’s New ms Eurodam Blends Traditional Dutch Art and New Works

Seattle, June 26, 2008 – From the Dutch Golden Age to dramatic sculpture, the new ms Eurodam will showcase a stunning range of artistic works. The 2,104-guest liner – Holland America Line’s first Signature-class ship – honors the traditional Dutch art and artifacts integral to the Holland America brand while extending the theme with contemporary… [Continue Reading]