The Emoji Company, launched just three years ago, is now taking licensed products to every corner of the globe.
Rubik’s has partnered with a number of licensees to develop a range of lifestyle products to support the brand’s extension into new categories.
Cartoon Network Enterprises has launched The Cartoon Network Collective, an exclusive limited edition product offering linking artists to Cartoon Network’s original series.
Artist Romero Britto has appointed Brand4rent to represent his art for use on consumer products throughout Russia.
MHS Licensing will introduce artists Darren Gygi and Rebecca Stoner at this year’s Licensing Expo.
OmNom Arts has partnered with designer Jenny Foster to create a new line of products featuring the OmNom character from the mobile app, “Cut the Rope.”
RJM Licensing has signed on to represent design company Michael Miller Fabrics.
Beanstalk has launched a new service–Studio B @ Beanstalk–that will specialize in creative design for the agency’s clients.
Canine caricature artist John LaFree has appointed Brentwood Licensing as his licensing agent.
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.”
Two new limited edition tableware offerings from artist Jeff Koons are now available exclusively at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Calif.
The Hello Kitty museum retrospective "Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty," will be on display at the EMP Museum in Seattle, Wash., beginning Nov. 14.
C3 Entertainment has teamed with American Mythology Productions to create new comic books featuring The Three Stooges.
Nine West Holdings appointed the Camuto Group to produce and source its Nine West, Bandolino and Anne Klein footwear brands.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products teamed up with fashion accessory brand Skinnydip London for an accessories collection featuring "The Simpsons."
Cartamundi announced the launch of James Bond products–two movie-based card decks and a poker set–as the release of the next Bond film nears.
Hoho Rights has been appointed as the licensing agent for Shen Marketing’s environmentally focused girls’ property Pink Chillies.
Andover Fabrics has launched its line of fabrics for quilting and sewing inspired by the classic book series Little House on the Prairie.
Art and design brand Santoro opened its first permanent retail location on the historic Milsom Street in Bath, England, last week.
Brand Licensing Europe hosted its biggest show ever this October, marked by increases in both the number of exhibitors and attendees.
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