“We are passionate about tabletop gaming, and we wanted to create something that immerses you in the world of SAW – while also being a game you’ll want to regularly bring to the table,” said Luke Melia, designer of SAW: The Jigsaw Trials.
“Wurlitzer’s original brand mission was to bring people together through the joy of music and we look forward to seeing how this line of jukeboxes delight and inspire music lovers in new ways,” said Gudrun Wurlitzer, President of Wurlitzer.
“A smile forms the basis of the brand world, threading it throughout the assets and bringing it to life in the logo through the logotype,” said Raj Pathmanathan, Creative Director at KI.
“In Tobias, we have found not only an outstanding business leader, but also someone who understands tonies’ vision, shares our values, and understands the importance of the tonies culture,” said tonies co-founder Marcus Stahl.
“By uniting these two iconic brands, we’ve once again pushed the boundaries of boot design to create something truly unique,” said Nick Craggs, General Manager and Senior Vice President at adidas Football.
“YouTube is the ideal stage to bring everyone’s favourite Smashlings to life and connect with the younger digital generation,” said Mellany Welsh, VP of Nelvana Enterprises & Kids Can Press.
“Our strategy on the licensing side was to lean into what fans wanted – really authentic product with a genuine connection to the game,” said Fée Heyer, Head of Global Licensing & Partnerships at Devolver Digital.
Germany’s Peppa Pig Park Günzburg – opening in 2024 – to boast five attractions and seven playgrounds
“We couldn‘t be happier to add this park as another meaningful way for families to create lifelong memories with Peppa and her friends,” said Matt Proulx, VP of Global Experiences, Partnerships and Music at Hasbro.
“We’ve got a lot more collectibles planned for launch during the first half of 2024, including classic vehicles from other shows,” said Anderson Entertainment MD Jamie Anderson.
“Creating Monster High versions of these beloved characters is a scream come true,” said Mattel’s Rebecca Shipman.