Kith to mark 60 years of Spider-Man with apparel, pop-up shop and comic book
“Our goal was to kick-off his 60th anniversary with a collaboration that captured Spider-Man’s timeless and effortlessly cool DNA; we couldn’t think of a better partner than Kith to deliver on this through their creative lens,” said Paul Gitter, SVP at Marvel Consumer Products.
Brands Untapped teams with Brand Licensing Europe to launch Brand Design Conference
Taking place on Monday, September 19th at ExCeL London – the eve of BLE 2022 – the Brand Design Conference will explore the creativity and design thinking behind brand extensions.
Jordi Burgues, Product Manager at SD Toys, on creating puzzles for Descent!, Twilight Imperium – and more
From Arkham Horror to Keyforge!, Dobble and more: Jordi Burgues discusses great images for puzzles.
Samira Henley on amplifying the voices of diverse creators with Jewel Branding’s Artist Series initiative
Jewel Branding’s Samira Henley reveals the three things they look for in new artists.
Rocket Licensing readies brand activity for Beano’s 85th anniversary celebrations
“We’re looking forward to working with existing and new partners to ensure the anniversary is one to remember,” said Charlie Donaldson, joint MD at Rocket Licensing.
Floral Street bolsters Van Gogh Museum range with vegan home fragrances
“So many loved our bright and happy Sunflower Pop fragrance, that they wanted their homes to smell like it too” said Michelle Feeney, Founder of Floral Street.
License This! winner Sophie Jonas-Hill strikes t-shirt deal with Trade Mark Products and HMV
Sophie’s Dead Time Stories designs feature dark twists on fairy tale characters, with the t-shirts set to hit HMV next month.
RHS and George at Asda debut second children’s apparel collection
The new range features plant, vegetable and insect prints, with swing tags designed in the shape of flowerpots.
Warner Bros teams with Nifty’s for Looney Tunes NFTs
The first NFTs to launch will focus on Tweety, formin part of the character’s 80th anniversary celebrations.
Steelcase’s Frank Lloyd Wright collections will ‘revisit, reinterpret and reintroduce’ Wright’s designs
“As we adjust to new work expectations and cultures, we believe there’s never been a more meaningful time to draw from a master who was always ahead of his time,” said Allan Smith, senior vice president, chief revenue officer of Steelcase.