January 2007
License!;Jan2007, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports developments related to exploitation of arts by some companies in the U.S. Evian Natural Spring Water has partnered with pop artist Romero Britto to create an original art piece inspired by Evian. MHS Licensing has been requested by Cranston Print Works to bring its archive of original prints and patterns into the licensing world. Ultimate Products USA is planning to bring April Cornell's designs to placemats and coasters in its Inspire line in January 2007.


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