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Brand licensing

With 150 million collection items the potential for product development and licensing is limited only by the imagination.

Introduction

As one of the world’s greatest research libraries, the British Library’s collections and expertise are used daily by authors, scientists, TV and film producers, businesses, genealogists and academics.

The British Library is a place of knowledge and inspiration, encouragement and engagement, enabling people to create new ideas and new works about culture, society and commerce.

With 150 million collection items the potential for product development and licensing is limited only by the imagination.

See our brochure:

British Library Brand Licensing - PDF format 7.59 MB

Royalties from the sale of products help support the British Library.

Products

British Library products:

  • Reflect the British Library brand, expertise, activities, collections and heritage
  • Stimulate discovery, curiosity and engagement
  • Display authoritative research, reference and design credentials

Current partners

Here’s a list of current partnerships:

Museums and Galleries Marketing Ltd have produced a stunning range of greetings cards using Library images (see here).

Bagabook are planning a British Library-branded range of book and e-reader/tablet covers.

Retail brand styling

The British Library packaging designs have been developed to create a strong and unique look and feel for British Library retail products.

Design guidelines

We have structured guidelines around logo usage on packaging and swing tags. Please contact us for further details.

Contact us

Martin Oestreicher
Sales Manager
Brand Licensing
The British Library
96 Euston Road
London NW1 2DB

Email brandlicensing@bl.uk
+44 (0)20 7412 7704

 

PDF files

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