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.
Agency Rush has signed on to represent the design brand Magicomora, created by artist Sergio Mora.
The National Gallery Company has paired with SEB UK to create high-quality reproductions of some of its most iconic paintings.
Mega Brands America has launched a puzzle line featuring vintage artwork from the Smithsonian Libraries’ seed catalog collection.
Licensing Expo, which will take place June 9-11 in Las Vegas, Nev., will feature a host of art and design brands this year.
DEFY Media’s YouTube brand "Smosh" inked a deal with Dynamite Entertainment for a series of comics and graphic novels, brokered by The Joester Loria Group.
Genius Brands International has named Kids Preferred as the toy partner for the award-winning children's book franchise Llama Llama.
We all know them, use them and love them–Smileys, those yellow faces that allow us to show our true feelings in emails. They’re lovable, ubiquitous (over 1 billion of them are shared on the Internet every day) and they’re also big business.
Bare Tree Media has launched a universal emoji keyboard app that offers fans access to multiple brands within a single keyboard.
To mark the opening of Minions in theaters July 10, there will be theme parties popping up in the U.S and London.
Debra Valencia has released a new sewing book, the first in a series of three that will feature the artist and designer's quilt and home décor fabrics.
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