The Emoji Company, launched just three years ago, is now taking licensed products to every corner of the globe.
V&A Enterprises has tapped ZenWorks Co. and Brandog Co. to develop new licensing opportunities for the Victoria and Albert Museum in Japan.
Kathy Ireland Worldwide has partnered with The Buffalo Works and Larson-Juhl to design a collection of branded art and wall décor.
SmileyWorld has tapped the Crocs footwear brand to debut an exclusive range of Smiley-inspired Jibbitz charms.
Pinterest, a website and mobile app that is considered a “catalogue of ideas,” has teamed up with the specialty retailer Michaels to launch a line of co-branded DIY kits.
The Mary Evans Picture Library has added a host of new imagery and licensees to its portfolio.
Tate has partnered with WeLoveCushions to launch a new range of pillows featuring the artwork and graphics from the David King Collection.
From slime to crafts to coloring and more, the latest trends surrounding creative expression are driving U.S. sales of office supplies ahead of the Easter holiday, according to The NPD Group.
The Victoria and Albert Museum has partnered with Papier to debut more than 100 customizable stationery products featuring imagery from the V&A.
MGL Licensing has tapped British greeting card publisher Paper Rose to distribute a series of cards inspired by Nick Hannaford-Hill’s humor brand Cat & Dog.
VNIP Holdings has appointed Spotlight Licensing and Brand Management to represent the Vera design brand for licensing.
The Beatles’ Apple Corps has partnered with Steiner Sports Marketing to release a line of Beatles wall art.
Dark Hall Mansion, under license from CBS Consumer Products, has released contemporary artist Tom Whalen’s print featuring his take on the 1961 “Twilight Zone” episode “The Invaders.”
The Bob Ross Company has appointed licensing agency Firefly Brand Management as the exclusive North American licensing agent for the late painter and TV personality.
Debra Valencia has debuted a new collection of Shibori prints, which will blend traditional Shibori patterns with current motifs and modern colors.
SmileyWorld has partnered with Inbrands to create an exclusive apparel collection for the Brazilian market.
Dark Hall Mansion, under license from Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has released contemporary artist Laurent Durieux’s print featuring his take on the original 1971 film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory.
Springs Creative Products Group has partnered with licensing agency Courtney Davis to represent its Baxter Mill Archive brand for product extensions.
The Smiley Company has teamed with outerwear brand Moncler to develop an exclusive winter capsule collection featuring the classic Smiley brand.
Haven Licensing has partnered with Australian label BlackMilk to create a range of apparel featuring the artwork of New York street artist Buff Monster.
The Currier and Ives Foundation, of the America’s largest archives, has appointed Arabella Enterprises as its North American licensing agent.
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