28 March 2012 - 1:52pm | posted by | 0 comments

Sonic Editions appoints W Communications to boost UK profile

Sonic Editions appoints W Communications to boost UK profileSonic Editions appoints W Communications to boost UK profile

Online retailer Sonic Editions has appointed W Communications to help boost its profile in the UK.

The company, which sells quality limited edition photography, is looking to consolidate its position in the UK in 2012 as the number one seller of affordable fine art photography.

Warren Johnson, managing director for W Communications, said: “We’re delighted to add Sonic Editions to our growing cultural division, which already includes the Whisper and Scream galleries and Contemporary Arts Society. Russell and Shane founded Sonic Editions with a brilliantly simple idea, that iconic images should be affordable to music and entertainment fans of all means, and we’re excited to be helping take that message to more people in 2012.”

Russell Blackmore, managing director at Sonic Editions, said: “Having W Communications on-board will be a huge benefit to us going forward - they really understand the business and we know they’re as passionate about democratising art as we are. 2012 is set to be a huge year for the UK and music, with a succession of major anniversaries, so we’re looking forward to W Communications to help us go from strength to strength.”

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