A Hollywood icon and America’s oldest existing movie studio, Paramount is known for its much film classics and high-octane box office blockbusters.show all brands >
The film and TV division of Japanese tech and media giant Sony, incorporating the legendary Columbia and TriStar Pictures.show all brands >
Premier next generation global content leader whose feature films, TV, digital content and premium platforms excite consumers around the world.show all brands >
From Wallace & Gromit to Shaun the Sheep and many more, Aardman’s claymation creations have been enchanting audiences for over four decades.show all brands >
Diego, Sid, Manny and Scrat the hilarious animated characters from the Ice Age franchise are bought to life in a line of adorable plush.
The Drac Pac are back and live on stage, in these twenty five minute mall shows with character costumes you can see Mavis, Drac, Murray the Mummy and Frank come to life!
A spectacularly spooky merchandise range featuring everyone’s favourite ghost busting gang, from apparel to games and plush.
TYPO bought their own unique spin to everyone’s favourite family with their biggest ever range. Launching globally in June 2017, featuring accessories, homeware and stationery. It was supported with a robust PR and marketing campaign.
A truly unique licensing programme, spanning all ages and demographics, from kids apparel to everything you could want in a man cave.
Diverse arrange of creative to cater for all levels of retail.
November 2016 saw the launch of a perfect pairing, Jack Link’s Beef Jerky and Peter Griffin.
Branded packs were available throughout Australia, backed with a hilarious heavyweight social media marketing campaign.
Australian online stretchwear retailer Living Dead bought this cult classic to two ranges. Catering to fans of both genders with leggings, skater dresses and basketball jerseys.
From apparel, to barware and accessories, the Sons of Anarchy range features strong logo and bold graphics to sell that motorcycle lifestyle.
The most memorable lines from some of Paramount’s classic movies – Grease, Mean Girls and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – were imagined into a collegiate collection of sleepwear by Peter Alexander.