Portico, Museums and Galleries, EastWest among those showing licensed lines at the BDC.
A number of licences are being showcased at The Stationery Show this week, which is entering its second (and final) day at the Business Design Centre today (April 28).
Portico is among those present – including new sales director Charlie Bassil (pictured). The company is showing a number of licensed collections including Alice Scott, Laura Ashley, fashion house brand Collier Campbell and artist Carolyn Carter.
Other licensed exhibitors include Quadrille, Museums and Galleries and EastWest, which unveiled its latest signings Bug Art and Fox & Lark.
Meanwhile, the Matt Sewell Birds Garden Organiser from Go Stationery was named the winner of the licensing category at the show’s annual awards.
The Matthew Williamson Grande Journal from Museums and Galleries and Tesla Amazing Magnetic Notes from Tesla were both commended.
Alice Scott Stationery Set from Portico was commended in the novelty category, while the V&A Fold and Post from Quadrille was commended in social stationery.