Moxie & Co. Deals for Top Brands

Boutique U.S. licensing agency Moxie & Company has signed a swath of new deals for its clients.

April 6, 2018

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Boutique U.S. licensing agency Moxie & Company has signed a swath of new deals for its clients including the Van Gogh Museum, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York City and the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

New licensees for MTA include Toon Books for a children’s book featuring the MTA subways, maps and icons; Tiffany & Co for its holiday 2014 campaign, which will use an original illustration featuring the likeness of the MTA Transit System; Edward Carlton Kutz for wood signs; Triumph Books for an MTA "end of the line" book; and Flushing Map for an MTA Flushing map/brochure that will be featured online and on flyers to be handed out locally.

For the Van Gogh Museum, Moxie & Co. has signed on Crocs for shoes; Erwin Pearl for a collection of accessories including jewelry, silk scarves, leather bags and accessories, fashion eyewear and ties; Robert Kaufman for fabric by the yard; and Quarto Publishing (Quayside) for 2015/2016 wall calendars, a sketch book and a Masterclass book.

Calendar Club is developing a 2015 daily calendar featuring the Scripps National Spelling Bee, one of the largest such competitions in the U.S.

Sourcebooks is planning the new title "I'm Dangerous, I'm not Gonna Lie," featuring assets from Erin Smith Art, as well as 2015 calendars.

Artist Molly Hatch has a slew of new partners including Twig New York for bone china tableware; KAF Home for kitchen textiles, melamine dinnerware and throw pillows; and Chasing Paper for wall décor.

And finally, the work of artist Lotta Jansdotter will be featured on a 2016 wall calendar from Rizzoli USA; canvas bags and totes from CB Station; soy candles and matchboxes from Kobo Candles; porcelain tabletop collections from Dansk; and baby and children's collections from Land of Nod.

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