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My Icon Story cuddles up with Love Hearts brand

Company to create collection of classic expression icons from Swizzels property.

My Icon Story has signed up to create a collection of classic expression icons from Love Hearts, the confectionery brand owned by Swizzels.

Brokered by Blonde Sheep Licensing, the deal will see the company adding Love Hearts expressions to the icon collection on

My Icon Story is a unique visual storytelling brand that uses icons to turn stories in to personalised art prints. The Love Hearts icon collection will sit alongside My Icon Story’s other branded collections – including Transport for London – and will be available for customers to feature on a personalised icon print.

“Love Hearts is a classic British brand and IT’S TRUE that everyone can relate to a Love Hearts expression, ALWAYS,” said Laura Lane, founder and creative director at My Icon Story. “We’re excited to develop a PERFECT print product range that is FOR KEEPS, and that will bring these expressions to life in a unique and contemporary way. For My Icon Story, this partnership is MEANT TO BE.”

Natasha Dyson, md at Blonde Sheep Licensing, continued: “The addition of the Love Hearts Icons to My Icon Story collection ties in in perfectly with the key occasions that people want to mark. I’m sure the romantic icons will prove very popular.”

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