Smiley Company is planning a kids’ TV series based on the iconic yellow emoticons that the world knows so well.
Disney has unveiled a new photo series by toy photographer Brian McCarty that reimagines iconic scenes from Brave, The Princess and the Frog and Tangled.
Image licensing agency Trunk Archive has signed on to represent Michael Kenna around the world.
Dark Hall Mansion, under license from Fleischer Studios, has released contemporary artist Tom Whalen’s print featuring his take on “Popeye the Sailor Meets Sinbad the Sailor.”
British artist and tattooist Dan Gold, star of "London Ink" and "My First Tattoo," has appointed Rights Management International as his agent for licensing and endorsement opportunities worldwide.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust has signed Iron Gut Publishing as its latest licensee in honor of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.
The Royal Horticulture Society has launched a licensed range of RHS cushions from specialist company Welovecushions.
Iron Gut Publishing, known for creating limited edition art collections for global brands, has partnered with Capcom in a multi-year license in Europe.
Dark Hall Mansion, under license from Peanuts Worldwide, will release contemporary artist Tom Whalen’s print featuring the 1972 film, Snoopy Come Home.
The Colonial Williamsburg brand has partnered with York Wallcoverings to create another line of Trend Meets Tradition wallpapers.
Scottish artist Debbie Taylor-Kerman is partnering with the Lang Companies, One Hundred 80 Degrees and Gratitude to launch multiple new collections this year.
British children's publisher Ladybird Books has challenged students from the London College of Communication to re-imagine its brand as it celebrates its 100th anniversary.
SmileyWorld has launched a host of new fashion collaborations featuring the iconic smiley face imagery with retail partners around the world.
Santoro has added two new product lines for two of its art brands–Mirabelle and Kori Kumi.
The Dreamworld theme park in Australia will open ABC Kids World in June, featuring characters and brands from national broadcaster ABC Kids.
Big Lots has partnered with the American Kennel Club to launch an exclusive line of pet products.
The LEGO Group has teamed with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games to develop the new video game “LEGO Worlds.”
Boutique agency Knockout Licensing has established its brand identity and is positioning itself for ongoing growth.
Remarkable Brands has announced a licensing partnership between plush brand Gund and Huggy Buddha.
Phone accessories company Ecell Global entered an agreement with One Direction and Global Merchandising Services for manufacturing and online distribution of phone and tablet cases.
Croakies has created a line of printed belts featuring Loudmouth's signature bold patterns.
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