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Santoro welcomes IDP Creations in Greece

Santoro has welcomed Greek wall art and décor company, IDP Creations to create a new collection for its Gorjuss brand.

The range will span large wall stickers, cotton canvases, framed prints of various scales and wall murals.

The signing marks IDP Creations’ first venture into licensing. Gorjuss is a good fit for the wall décor category, boasting 400+ detailed portraits.

“We are excited to work with Lia and IDP Creations; it is a privilege to be the first licensed brand on board with this innovative company,” commented Jo Campbell, general manager at Santoro London.

Development on the range is due to begin imminently, with product available online and in select retailers in 2023.

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