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We are a Gift of the Year Finalist!

We are a Gift of the Year Finalist!

March 01, 2022

We're delighted to announce that the Julia Gash brand has become a finalist for the Gift of the Year: International Category! If you would like to vote for the Julia Gash brand, then you can cast your vote here

We have submitted Julia's creative collaboration with one of Julia's licensees: Neil Enterprises, a specialist manufacturer of giftware for the USA collegiate sector. The Julia Gash X Neil Varsity Line giftware collection includes magnets, mugs, tote bags, blankets and more. To view the full catalog, click here.

Julia's range of over 250 iconic university artworks feature each university's sports heroes, amazing architecture, local landscape and campus culture. Each design is drawn in Julia's iconic, whimsical style and reflect the brand colours and emblems of each institution, allowing students and alumni to celebrate their university in style!

Some of the many university artworks include state universities such as California State, Illinois State and Middle Tennessee State, as well as Ivy League establishments such as Cornell, Harvard, Yale, Brown and Berkeley. 



If you would like a product range to sell in your university campus store or to raise the profile or funds for your school then contact us and we will connect you with our licensees to make it happen. 




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