A line of T-shirts, onesies and tote bags featuring The Little Prince art is set to launch across the globe.
Lawless Entertainment struck the deal with Out of Print, which will sell the range via their website, http://outofprintclothing.com, and through its distribution networks in the UK, US, Canada and Australia.
The T-shirts will be for adults and children, while the onesies will be made for kids only.
Out of Print creates products that feature iconic and often out of print book covers.
French novella The Little Prince was first published in 1943. It’s the most read and most translated book in the French language. It’s been translated into more than 270 languages and dialects, with sales totaling more than 150 million copies.
“We are proud to see The Little Prince art included in Out of Print’s specialised selection,” said Eric Edery, MD of Propertiz Licensing.
Out of Print’s Jeff LeBlanc added: "We are very excited to be working with Lawless on The Little Prince. It’s a childhood favourite of ours and will delight our readers and fans to have this in the Out of Print collection."
Cathy Malatesta, President of Lawless Entertainment, commented: "Lawless Entertainment is thrilled to work with The Little Prince and Out of Print on these various items. We look forward to seeing The Little Prince and his friends on shirts, onesies and tote bags."
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