The Emoji Company, launched just three years ago, is now taking licensed products to every corner of the globe.
The Emoji Company, launched just three years ago, is continually growing with licensed products in every corner of the globe.
Laura Ashely has partnered with Camelot Fabrics to launch a new quilting and craft fabric collection.
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.
Stephen Joseph, a children’s gift and accessory company, has partnered with Cardinal Industries for a variety of games and puzzles featuring the brand’s art and imagery.
License! Global taps Chris Taylor of UU Licensing Worldwide to discover what Momot Global has in store for Brand Licensing Europe 2016.
International design house Turnowsky has partnered with Quilting Treasures, a division of Cranston Printworks, for fabrics featuring its designs.
The Emoji Company has partnered with Donut King to feature five different emojis on its donuts.
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.
Mr Men Little Miss and Sushi Shop have joined forces for branded boxes of sushi.
Santoro London has partnered with new licensees Koninklijke Jumbo and Comansi and has tapped licensees United Labels Iberica and Cranston for new products.
Epic Rights has secured a slate of new licensing partnerships for the rock band KISS in markets around the world.
Licensing agency This is Iris has welcomed a number of new artists to its roster and secured deals for existing clients.
Designer Debra Valencia has launched a new coloring book series for adults, published by Design Originals, an imprint of Fox Chapel Publishing.
Karen Addison Associates has appointed NewTack Strategies to expand the licensing program for the artwork of Norman Thelwell in the Americas.
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.”
Artist Caleb Gray has partnered with Walls 360, a producer a reusable wall graphics, to launch a line of colorable wall decals.
SmileyWorld has partnered with Compagnie Pâtissière to launch a selection of branded tartlets.
Canine caricature artist John LaFree has appointed Brentwood Licensing as his licensing agent.
Turner Licensing has partnered with Knockout Licensing to launch a collection of Michelangelo stationery in the U.S and Canada.
MerryMakers Licensing, Pete the Cat’s licensing agency, has tapped five new licensees to create a range of merchandise based on the literary property.
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