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United Brands to develop artist Patrick Nagel collection
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Apr '10
The Patrick Nagel Collection of Art, and Jennifer Dumas, the exclusive owner and curator of the Patrick Nagel Collection of Art, along with Character Vision and United Brands Worldwide, announced the establishment of the Patrick Nagel Jewelry, Luxury, and Fashion Accessories brand, inspired from the exclusive images and artwork of iconic artist Patrick Nagel.

“I am blessed to have intimately experienced the talents, love and genius of Patrick Nagel,” said Jennifer Dumas, owner and curator of the Patrick Nagel Collection of Art, and widow to Patrick Nagel. “I am especially pleased with this exciting new direction and with the wonderful opportunity to further share Pat's legacy through this creative collaboration with United Brands."

“The American artist Patrick Nagel will be forever embedded into pop culture, and his amazing works are instantly recognized by consumers and art lovers worldwide,” said Lyle M. Rose, president of United Brands. “We are honored to work closely with Jennifer Dumas and her agents at Character Vision to reflect the essence and artistic genius of Patrick Nagel. Together, we plan to develop and market consumer products worldwide, utilizing the powerful intellectual property of Nagel's exclusive images and artwork.”

Ken Abrams, CEO of Character Vision added, “We are excited to work with the experienced team at United Brands. Together we look forward to expanding the phenomenon that was, and is, Patrick Nagel.”

The Patrick Nagel Jewelry, Luxury, and Fashion Accessories collections will launch with limited distribution into fine department stores and specialty retailers in the fall of 2011.

UNITED BRANDS LLC


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