Celebrate Spring with beautiful, fresh florals by Alexi Fine.
Celebrate the holidays with the new Winter Buddies Collection from Pam Layton York!
We welcome artist Jessica Mundo of Jessica Mundo Designs to T.S.B. & Company. Jessica's fresh, modern approach to design and pattern brings an updated dimension to our company. Check out the small sampling of Jessica's images on our website. www.TSBandCo.com She has hundreds of new images available for license! Contact Karen Hacker to review her latest collections!
The TSB & Co. artists are busily creating new collections to be introduced at the upcoming shows!!
New art collections will be shown during the New York show by appointment only May 18-21!
Please book your appointment today! (949) 215-2840
To make an appointment contact Karen at (949) 215-2840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be showing works by Sapna, Denise Sullivan, Jennifer Van Pelt, Janet White, Alece and two new artists that we will be introducing for the first time!
TSB & Co. will be attending the Atlanta International Gift Show once again this year from January 9th through the 12th.
January will be here before we know it, so please be sure to schedule an appointment early to see the newest art introductions by the TSB & Co. artists!!
We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta!!
Look who was written about in "On The Surface" for Surtex in May.
New collections being shown during the Surtex show by appointment only!
Please book your appointment today!!
T.S.B. and Co. are excited to be exhibiting at Surtex for the first time. We will be located in booth number 544 and we would love for you to stop by. To make an appointment contact Karen at (949) 395-5355 or email email@example.com. We will be exhibiting works by Alece Birnbach, Sapna, Denise Sullivan, Jennifer Van Pelt, and Janet White.
For more information on Surtex visit http://www.surtex.com/TheShow/FactSheet/tabid/57/Default.aspx
T.S.B. & Company blazes through the beginning of the year, signing 35 new license agreements and addendums on behalf of its artists, bringing its current list of licensees to well over 100. 10 new agreements have been signed for Denise Sullivan, 11 for Jennifer Van Pelt, 7 for Sapna, 5 for Janet White, and 2 for Alece for a variety of new products. Exciting, new products will be available throughout the year in mass market and specialty retailers nationwide.
October 29, 2009
T.S.B. & Company (www.tsbandco.com) has entered 12 new license agreements this past quarter on behalf of its artists; the new agreements bring the company’s current list of licensees to more than 50. Following are the new agreements:
Alece Birnbach (www.alecebirnbach.com):
CR Gibson — paper products
Highland Graphics Inc. — clocks and mugs
Designs Unlimited — apparel and tote bags
Sellers Publishing — boxed notecards
Square One Brands — home décor and gift products
Denise Sullivan (www.dsullivandesigns.com):
Borders Unlimited — wallpaper borders
Creative Converting — paper products
Robert Kaufman — fabric
Studio 139 Designs (www.studio139designs.com):
J & M Home Fashions — kitchen textiles
Paperproducts Design U.S. Inc. — paper servingware
Robert Kaufman — fabric
Jo Fairbrother (www.paint-splats.com):
Art In Motion — wall décor
Article Location: http://www.giftwarenews.com/
October 26, 2009
T.S.B. & Company has signed a number of licensing agreements for several of its art properties.
The latest partners include:
- CR Gibson for Alece Birnbach paper products
- Highland Graphics for Alece Birnbach clocks and mugs
- Designs Unlimited for Sapna apparel and tote bags
- Sellers Publishing for Sapna boxed note cards
- Square One Brands for Sapna home décor and gift products
- Borders Unlimited for Denise Sullivan Designs wallpaper borders
- Creative Converting for Denise Sullivan Designs paper products
- Robert Kaufman for Denise Sullivan Designs fabric
- J&M Home Fashions for Studio 139 Designs kitchen textiles
- Paperproducts Design U.S. for Studio 139 Designs paper servingware
- Robert Kaufman for Studio 139 Designs fabric
- Art in Motion for Jo Fairbrother wall décor
The products are available at mass market and specialty retailers nationwide.
Licensing Roundup: October 20
By Staff -- Gifts & Decorative Accessories, 10/20/2008 1:17:00 PM
T.S.B. & Co., Corona , CA , entered into 13 new license agreements over the past two quarters on behalf the artists it represents. The new licensed products will be available in 2009 through specialty and mass market retailers. Aléce licenses granted include Bradford Exchange ceramic collectibles, Brownlow Gifts ceramic plaques, Leanin’ Tree greeting cards and magnets and Note Marks bookmarks. Sapna licenses granted include Chesta Corporation/Galway decorative flags, Lifetime Brands dinnerware and servingware, and Pure Country Weavers tapestries and throws. Denise Sullivan licenses granted include Pure Country Weavers tapestries and throws, Young’s Inc. wooden wall plaques, J & M Home Fashions kitchen textiles and Evergreen Enterprises garden flags and home décor, and Studio 139 Designs licenses granted include Lifetime Brands dinnerware and servingware.
Five artists to see new products based on their work.
– Kids Today, 6/15/2009
CORONA, Ca. – T.S.B. & Company has entered into 16 new license agreements in the past two quarters on behalf of its artists, bringing its current list of licensees to more than 40. Three new agreements have been signed for Alece Birnbach, three for Sapna, five for Denise Sullivan and five for Studio 139 Designs, for a variety of new products. The new lines will be available through mass market and specialty retailers nationwide.
Birnbach’s art has long been known for its fun, fluid style with an emphasis on whimsy. Her lively, humorous images bring fantasy and everyday life together – giving old-style glamour a fresh, up-to-date twist. She combines elegance with a sense of humor by creating a fun and often quirky visual narrative. The new licenses include wall décor for Intercontinental Art; paper plates and napkins for Creative Converting; and door mats for Woods International.
Sapna’s art captures the essence of vivacious spirit, which transports you to another time and place – a memory from childhood, an exotic destination, or the warmth of family and friends. Already with over 100 products showcasing Sapna’s designs, new licenses include hooked rugs for Homecomfort; decorative rugs for Homefires; and melamine tableware for Precidio.
Sullivan uses her graphic design skills and fine art training to create modern, contemporary and inspirational artwork. Her licenses include inspiration gifts for Stony Creek/Koinonia, as well as for Autom/Gifts of Faith; kitchen textiles for Franco Manufacturing Co.; bath accessories for Saturday Knight Ltd.; and boxed note cards and seasonal greeting cards for Sellers Publishing.
Studio 139 Designs is an innovative design group focused on creating fresh, new designs for the greeting card, stationery, home décor and craft industries. Designs range from fun and whimsical with a touch of humor to elaborately elegant. Studio 139 Designs creates fully-developed collections coordinating numerous patterns, borders, backgrounds and icons, making their artwork ideal for a wide variety of products. New licenses include hooked rugs for Homecomfort; decorative rugs for Homefires; kitchen textiles for Franco Manufacturing Co.; door mats for Woods International; and garden flags for WinCraft.
Article location: http://www.kidstodayonline.com/article/CA6665259.html?nid=2378&source=link&rid=3208231
The company represents four brands—Sapna, Alece Birnbach, Denise Sullivan and Studio 139 Designs—and is introducing two house brands at the Licensing International Expo: Two Smart Blondes created by Birnbach and Kidz Dreamzzz. And in a first for TSB, the two new brands will be linked with a children's charity.
Recently TSB & Co. has signed Franco for kitchen textiles for its Studio 139 brand and Denise Sullivan has signed a number of deals including Sellers Publishing for note cards, Creative Converting for paper plates and napkins and Stony Creek/Koinonia and Autom/Gifts of Faith for inspirational gift products.
Robert Kauffman Fabric has signed Studio 139, Sapna and Denise Sullivan for over-the-counter bulk fabric.
Alece's Touch of Class line also has signed with Creative Converting for plates and napkins.
TSB's product pipeline is strong with 20 potential projects in the works.
The company also is expanding existing deals. Saturday Knight Limited has added the Denise Sullivan New Flight Butterfly for bath accessories. ICA has signed Go Go Girl for canvas and wall décor. In 2008, ICA Home Décor, one of the leading manufactures of wall and home décor products, developed entire room ensembles around Sapna's themed artwork.
TSB's tentpole artists are generating buzz with new collections. Sapna is doing a holiday collection; Alece is launching a Touch of Sass; Denise Sullivan has two new collections called new Believer and City Dream; and Studio 139 Designs has Monkey Madness and Too Too Cute.
Lifetime Brands just signed a deal with TSB's Sapna brand to create six tabletop collections. Lifetime Brands also will produce a holiday collection from Studio 139 Designs.
Sapna has been featured widely at a number of retailers, including Target, Bed Bath and Beyond, JCPenney, Kohl's and Jo-Ann Stores, ranging from wall and home décor to bath products to craft and hobby supplies. Sapna has been available in Target for more than seven years. Over the past two years, Sapna has sold more juvenile artwork in Kohl's than any other juvenile artist. Sapna's collections have been picked up by Baby Depot, and Babies"R"Us is considering Sapna's baby collections.
At the Licensing International Expo, TSB is putting together a comprehensive brand book featuring about a dozen of its properties available for licensing.
TSB & Co. also provides consulting services to artists whether they are just getting started or are looking to expand and manufacturers looking to license work.
"We get calls constantly. There are lots of starving artists, and it's hard for them to promote their work, which is why we established a consultancy side to help artists," says Hacker.
TSB is keeping its eye on growing the business and attending trade shows so that they are well positioned when the economy starts to turn around. "As difficult as hard times can be, the marketplace and everyone in it will be stronger for those that do survive," says Hacker.
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