A FIRM in Huddersfield has won worldwide rights to distribute images from a best-selling book.
ID-Wall, based at Kirkburton, has secured the licence to produce and sell prints of images from Deepak Chopra's Kama Sutra: The Seven Spiritual Laws of Love.
The abstract imagery - depicting concepts such as attraction, infatuation, intimacy and passion - has won accolades from fine art collectors around the world.
The licence was awarded to ID-Wall by Virgin Comics, publisher of the book.
Tim Bennett, managing director of ID-Wall said: "We are honoured to be working with Deepak and the Virgin Comics team.
"We are already receiving a huge amount of interest from the industry."
Larry Lieberman, chief marketing office for Virgin Comics, said the company had been impressed by the quality and consistency of the canvas prints produced by ID-Wall.
Deepak Chopra was born in New Delhi in 1946 and educated in India before graduating in medicine.
He emigrated to the USA in 1970 and worked in several hospitals before teaching medicine.
He became a leader in the Transcendental Meditation movement, but later branched off on his own to pursue broader aims in mind-body treatment.
Mr Chopra is chief executive of The Chopra Centre in San Diego and is the author of more than 40 books on mind and health issues.
Last year, he launched Virgin Comics with his son Gotham and Virgin chairman Sir Richard Branson to promote Asian spiritual themes through comic book art.
The contract is the latest high-profile deal for ID-Wall.
Last month, the company launched a range of limited edition prints depicting scenes from the Star Wars films.
ID-Wall's images are available online at www.id-wall.com