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JELC expands I Like Birds licensing programme

Stickers4 signs up to create wall art, window film and stickers for best selling designs.

JELC is continuing to grow the licensing programme for I Like Birds, with Stickers4 signing up to produce a range of wall art, window film and laptop/stick anywhere stickers based on some of the brand’s best selling designs.

The range includes Bird Strike Prevention Window Film, with double-sided print showing the vibrant colours which can be seen from in and outside, day or night, plus wall and laptop stickers.

“We’re delighted to be working with Stickers4 on such an innovative and beautiful range,” said Stuart Cox, owner of I Like Birds. “We met Dan and Ben at Brand Licensing Europe last year and have been working closely with them to work up a stunning collection designed to appeal to nature lovers and the design conscious alike.

“The Bird Strike Prevention window film in particular is a unique product and dovetails beautifully into our ‘love of design/love of nature’ ethos as it discourages our avian friends from bashing their brains out on windows. This collection of Britain’s best loved birds is already proving a huge hit with our substantial social media following.”

Stickers4 joins My Gifts Trade, Browntrout, The Art File and Quadrille Publishing on the I Like Birds roster, with more licensees to be announced throughout 2019.

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