April 2006
License!;Apr2006, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p54
Trade Publication
A list of 10 new licenses that was chosen by "LICENSE" editor-in-chief was presented in no particular order. The list includes Turtle Wax, IM:It, Rocky, Hush Puppies, Radio City Rockettes, Queer As Folk, Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture, Kathy Hatch, It's All About Me and Vigoss Jeans.


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