Range of products spans lighting, glassware, ceramics, mobile protection and charging.

Thumbs Up’s Stormtrooper collection to debut at Pulse next month

Shepperton Design Studios’ licensee, Thumbs Up, is set unveil its line of Andrew Ainsworth Stormtrooper products at next month’s Pulse tradeshow.

The range of products inspired by the original Stormtrooper costume includes lighting, glassware, ceramics, mobile protection and charging.

In addition to Thumbs Up, Shepperton Design Studios’ licensees now include Corsair Toiletries for toiletries, Gemma International for greeting cards and giftwrap and apparel with Trademark currently on sale in Next.

“The Shepperton Design Studios licensed products honour the breakthrough design of the Stormtrooper, remaining true to the original making them attractive to a mature, loyal demographic looking for authentic products” said Adam Bass of licensing agency Golden Goose, who has developed the Shepperton Design Studios licensing programme.

Andrew Ainsworth, creator of the original film props, added: “We’re very excited to be launching an extensive collection of authentic Shepperton Design Studios licensed products featuring our famous Stormtrooper costume, we can’t wait for them to be on the market to satisfy the enormous consumer demand for original products.”

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