Kid Acne Appoints Reemsborko as Worldwide Agent

Consumer products and licensing for the artist has been picked up by the agency.

License Global

January 24, 2023

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Kid Acne and Reemsborko logos, respectively.
Kid Acne and Reemsborko logos, respectively. Reemborko

Kid Acne has announced the appointment of Reemsborko as his agency for consumer products and licensing. 

“I'm delighted to be teaming up with Reemsborko,” says Kid Acne. “Their experience in working across a wide range of genres really appeals to my sensibilities. I'm excited to see how they might expand my reach by introducing my work into some new territories and the fact they're based down the road from my studio is an absolute bonus.”  

Kid Acne is a U.K.-based artist, illustrator, printmaker and emcee. His formative years were spent writing graffiti, self-publishing fanzines and making experimental hip-hop – and designing and printing the record sleeves by hand. The culmination of these interests informed the development of his own aesthetic, which he has translated into graphics, product designs, installations, animations and silk-screen editions. 

“Kid Acne has multi-generational appeal and a well-deserved reputation built over many years and this is a chance to bring his unique illustrative style to a wider audience,” says Max Arguile, managing director, Reemsborko. 

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