Subsidiary: Akubi, Anigema, B Team, B Works, Bonbee!, Concept, Craftwork, Curott, Dress, E.G.O., Elysion, Flady, Frill, G-clef, GLOVETY, Garden, Giant Panda, H.I. design office, Hadashi Shoujo, Hamham Soft, Harvest, Hayashigumi, Image Craft, Iris, Issue, JADE, Kamen Shoukai, Key, Kur-Mar-Ter, Lapis Lazuli, LimeLight, M-O, Mana, Mischief, Miyabi, Moe., Nord, Ocelot, Otherwise, PlayM, Prototype, Radi, Ram, Rex, Riffraff, Rio, Saga Planets, Sirius, Softhouse Bonbee Bonbon, Spray, Studio Mebius, Studio Orca, Studio Ring, White Powder, WithDrop, Words, ZION, Zero, catwalk, pekoe, tone work's
Imprint: Asoberu! BD-GAME, Visual Art's Motto, Visual Art's MottoSP
Brief history of Visual Art's:
March 1991: Visual Artist Office is founded
Later in 1991: Softhouse Bonbee Bonbon is established
1993: AyPio is established by UYE! after leaving Softhouse Bonbee Bonbon
May 1996: AVG32 engine is released
August 1996: Name changed to Visual Art's
1997: Zero is established.
1998: I've Sound and Ram are established
July 1998: Key is established
June 1999: Kanon is released.
2001: Giant Panda and Key Sounds Label are established
September 2001: RealLive engine is released
2006: Prototype, Visual Art's Motto and pekoe are established
2007: mana and Frill are established
2010: Singer/voice actor brand voix is formed. Siglus engine is released. Angel Beats! airs on TV.
2011: Asoberu! BD-GAME, tone work's, and Visual Art's MottoSP are established.