aNb Media News, December 9, 2014

Kiehl’s Holiday Collection to Feature Norman Rockwell Art

Kiehl's - Norman RockwellKiehl’s, the New York City apothecary, whose products are made in America, announced its collaboration with 20th-century American painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell. Kiehl’s 6th Annual Limited Edition Creme de Corps Holiday Collection features Rockwell’s Young Love: Sledding (Brown & Bigelow: 1949 Four Seasons calendar, winter). Branded products in the limited-edition collection will include Crème de Corps classic formula, Crème de Corps Soy Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter, and a Limited Edition Gift Set.

One hundred percent of Kiehl’s net profits, up to $100,000, from the collection will provide one million meals to families this holiday season through Feeding America.

Yoko Ono, Epic Rights Release Limited Edition John Lennon Art

John Lennon: Happy XmasPrints of three of John Lennon’s rare archival sketches from the Bag One Arts program—I’m One of Your Biggest Fans, The City in My Heart, and Happy Xmas—will be released through exclusive exhibitions in key cities across the U.S. beginning this December, including Los Angeles, Calif. and Las Vegas, N.V. The Bag One Arts exhibition opens in Los Angeles at Legacy Fine Art on December 12–14 and in Las Vegas on December 5 at AFA Gallery at The Fashion Show Mall. In addition, a complete suite of the Bag One portfolio of lithographs resides in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Epic Rights, the global licensing and brand management agency for the John Lennon brand, in partnership with Bag One Arts and Daniel Crosby’s Limelight Agency, is handling the marketing and distribution of the John Lennon Bag One Art program.

LIMA, ‘Variety’ Partner for Entertainment Summit at 2015 CES

The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association (LIMA) will partner with Variety magazine for the upcoming Variety Entertainment Summit at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Summit will include four 45-minute breakout sessions featuring leading executives from the entertainment industry’s top companies. Discussions will focus on how technology is transforming the entertainment business and creating choices in producing, monetizing, marketing, and distributing content for today’s increasingly digitally savvy audiences. Each session has been designed to help execs tap winning strategies in TV, film, gaming, and digital media.

The sessions will take place Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1–5 p.m. at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Sessions include The Future of Multiplatform Entertainment, The Art and Science of Driving the Connected Audience, Dollars and Sense: The Business of Digital Entertainment, Masters of Trailblazing Content, and a keynote address. Click here for more information about the sessions and how to register.