The Emoji Company, launched just three years ago, is now taking licensed products to every corner of the globe.
The Smiley Company has partnered with Terrier Worldwide to create Egg-Moji, an interchangeable figurine with collectible accessories for customization.
Kidrobot has partnered with watch collector turned artist Dan Tanenbaum for a new Dunny range, titled Watch Parts Custom Dunny Series.
The Smiley Company has partnered with Vittel to create an on-pack promotion to help promote the water brand’s smaller format bottles this year.
Illicit Clothing Co., a streetwear brand created by Steve Hodge and illustrator Martin Emond, has appointed Global Licensing NZ to serve as its worldwide licensing agent.
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana has partnered with Grey Matter and United Talent Agency to produce a new preschool series, called “Happy Art Happy Life” (working title), inspired by the work of artist Romero Britto.
New York artist Phil Frost has begun integrating his artwork into a line of consumer products through a series of brand licensing partnerships.
Manu’s character-based brand Lil’ Ledy has partnered with the Viber Sticker Market for a series of branded digital stickers.
Edutainment Licensing and IconLogin Limited have joined forces to launch a new lock screen app for Android users inspired by the Flossy and Jim brand.
Licensing agency Courtney Davis has brought on artist Nancy Mink to their artist portfolio.
Santoro London has signed Suncrest to create and distribute a new category of dolls based on the Gorjuss brand.
Factory Entertainment has unveiled the Avengers Assembles Alex Ross fine art sculpture as the newest piece in its March Marvel Madness event.
Sondra Celli, an award-winning designer and star of TLC’s “My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding,” has appointed The Brand Liaison to represent her brand.
Artist and designer Ana Davis has appointed Ideaologie as her licensing agency.
Second-generation artist Ivan Clarke grew up inspired to paint images from his homeland, the beautiful southern lakes region of New Zealand.
Design company Poketo has appointed Brand Sense Partners to represent and manage future licensing endeavors for its lifestyle brand.
Jewel Branding and Licensing has appointed U.K. agency Start Licensing to represent the design brand Bouffants and Broken Hearts across Europe, excluding France.
Carte Blanche has tapped Creation Express, a gift concept that enables high street retailers to personalize gifts, to feature its Me to You brand in the launch of its in-store system.
Barry Drinkwater of Global Merchandising Services has high expectations for the Emoji brand (he thinks it could be bigger than One Direction). Find out why.
The Sharpe Company and Takkoda have tapped the Wish Factory to create a range of merchandise inspired by Takkoda’s pet art collection Pets Rock.
SmileyWorld has tapped Scholastic to publish two English titles in the U.K. and Europe.
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