ADLAR Studio Brings Unique Limited Edition Art Prints to Life

Studio ADLARthe fine art publishing company, today launched its digital augmented reality (AR) platform to bring to life a series of limited edition prints for art lovers around the world.

Using creative special effects and world-class technologists, many of whom have decades of working experience in Silicon Valley and Hollywood, ADLAR creates works of art in the emerging AR genre. ADLAR Studio enables fine art to be experienced on the wall and as an enhanced digital asset through its new free mobile app, now available for iPhone users.

Launch with prints of Analia Sabanand Shane Guffogg and our never-before-seen AR-enabled technology, these works are available for purchase via at $4,900 and $3,950, respectively.

Additionally, ADLAR Studio is in development on future projects with Marilyn Minter, Kenny Scharf, and Matthew Brandt, among many other artists. The studio plans to make announcements in the coming months as the studio builds its collection of print and digital artwork.

“More and more people are discovering art in different ways, and we are thrilled that ADLAR Studio is bringing both traditional engraving and cutting-edge AR technologies to fine art collectors and new digital natives alike. whether they’re just starting to collect or have established collections,” said Larry W. Jones, co-founder of ADLAR Studio. “The technology now available on our mobile devices ushers in a whole new way to experience the traditional engraving. This is just the beginning of our contribution to building the metaverse of the future.

The “RA” in art

The ADLAR Studio app was created using the Unity game engine and Apple’s ARKit development platform for iOS devices to bring these ADLAR art prints to life with augmented reality in one click. ADLAR works with a group of award-winning VFX technicians who are proficient in 3D animation, volumetric capture, artificial intelligence, world-building, motion capture, and digital humans, among other skills. To activate a limited edition ADLAR print, simply open the ADLAR app, scan the image, and the AR comes to life.

“I’m inspired by technology and I always think about how new technologies are changing the course of art history. In the same way that the introduction of industrial processes, new pigments or photography has had a profound effect on art, I have thought about how cryptography, NFTs, virtual and augmented realities will affect the how we make and consume art. It was a pleasure to work with Larry, Adam and their staff at ADLAR on how to translate my practice into a new project that incorporates augmented reality. Larry’s experience creating cutting-edge digital AR content and Adam’s understanding of the collaborative nature of printmaking make this an ideal fit for artists like me who want to explore these fascinating emerging technologies. – Analia Saban

“We are thrilled to launch ADLAR Studio with Analia Saban and Shane Guffogg. It’s a dream come true to work directly with artists to help bring their art to life in the physical and virtual worlds,” said ADLAR Studio Co-Founder Adam F. Gross.

Co-founders Adam F. Gross and Larry W. Jones brought together years of experience making fine art prints with Gross at Lapis Press, and creating content with Jones at Viacom/CBS, to create ADLAR Studio, a company that focuses on the co-founders’ shared passion for marrying traditional visual art with highly experienced digital experts, engineers and technologists.

The ADLAR app is now available for download from the Apple App Store and will be rolling out to Google Play in the coming months. To learn more about ADLAR Studio and how to purchase the artwork or experience AR, visit

©2022 ALDAR, Analia Saban, Shane Guffogg

Elaine F. Brim