Global Animation Market Analysis 2020 – Dynamics, Trends, Revenue, Regional Segmented, Outlook & Forecast Till 2026

wiseguyreports.com Adds “Animation Market: Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis of Top Key Player Forecast To 2026” To Its Research Database

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, August 4, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Animation Industry

New Study on “Animation Market: Covering Covid-19 Impact on Global Industry 2020 Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database

Overview

The Global Animation Market has been studied carefully on the basis of several details fetched by market analysts from a pool of data to understand how the market will perform in the coming days. It will also reveal a possible CAGR that the market will attain during the forecast period covering 2020 to 2026. In the attempt, the report will briefly cover an overview of the product that will cover what it is, the manufacturing process, and end users associated with it. The report will also bear its connection with various regions and the understanding of latest trends and growth pockets to create a comprehensive outline of the market.

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Key market players
Major competitors identified in this market include Disney, Dreamworks Studios, Blue Sky Studios, Studioghibli, Bones, Sunrise, Gainax, Gonzo, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc, Akom, Vooz Club, The Walt Disney company, Dreamworks Animation Animation Skg, Inc, Toei Animation Co, Shanda Games Ltd, Global Digital Creations Holdings, etc.

Market Dynamics:

Factors that may impact the market, population boom and its impact on product pricing, upcoming trends, and market competitions have been included in the assessment of the Global Animation Market. Production procedures, hindrances in the method, volume generated, valuation of the product, and other industrial pointers were discussed as well. The report will also try to gauge various trends to understand movements in the market. On the other hand, this proper evaluation will help in fetching insights that can be of great help during the development of strategies.

Based on the Type:
Animation
Caricature
Other

Based on the Application:
Clothes
Toys
Electronic Games
Film and Television
Other

Drivers & Constraints

The Global Animation Market report amalgamates different dynamics of the market that contribute to the market’s growth significantly. This information is furnished studying past-present-future trends of value, volume, and pricing. Besides, growth restraining factors and opportunities are also evaluated to offer suggestions to the market players.

Method of Research

The Global Animation Market report is a compilation of first-hand information on which industry analysts do a qualitative and quantitative assessment based on Porter’s Five Force Model. Also, the report evaluates inputs from industry experts and market participants, focusing on their value chain across the globe. At the same time, the report also provides an in-depth analysis of parent market trends and attractiveness based on its segments, macroeconomic indicators, and governing factors.

Market Scope

The report is a combination of qualitative as well as quantitative information that outlines the key dynamics, challenges and competition faced by players coupled with the new opportunities, gap analysis available and the prevalent trends in the Global Animation Market. In addition to this, the report comprises the market insight section, which primarily encompasses the primary dynamics including restraints, drivers, challenges and opportunities within the industry. While drivers and restraints are considered to be the intrinsic factors, challenges and opportunities are the extrinsic factors that shape the market. To sum it up, the market conditions across the globe are provided, while 2020 is deemed as the base year, while 2026 is the year when the forecast period ends.

Report covers:

Comprehensive research methodology of Global Animation Market.
This report also includes detailed and extensive market overview with gap analysis, historical analysis & key analyst insights.
An exhaustive analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the Global Animation Market.
Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the Global Animation Market.
Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues
Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players

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Some points from table of content:

1.1 Research Scope
2 Global Animation Quarterly Market Size Analysis
3 Quarterly Competitive Assessment, 2020
4 Impact of Covid-19 on Animation Segments, By Type
5 Impact of Covid-19 on Animation Segments, By Application
6 Geographic Analysis
7 Company Profiles
7.1 Disney
7.1.1 Disney Business Overview
7.1.2 Disney Animation Quarterly Revenue, 2020
7.1.3 Disney Animation Product Introduction
7.1.4 Disney Response to COVID-19 and Related Developments
7.2 Dreamworks Studios
7.3 Blue Sky Studios
7.4 Studioghibli
7.5 Bones
7.6 Sunrise
7.7 Gainax
7.8 Gonzo
7.9 Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc
7.10 Akom
7.11 Vooz Club
7.12 The Walt Disney company
7.13 Dreamworks Animation Animation Skg, Inc
7.14 Toei Animation Co
7.15 Shanda Games Ltd
8 Key Findings
9 Appendix

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Genocide Survivor Given Second Chance as Successful Nature Photographer

DIEPENBEEK, LIMBURG, BELGIUM, August 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Genocide Survivor Given Second Chance as Successful Nature Photographer
Niki Colemont has been featured on multiple TV networks and other media outlets.

Diepenbeek, Limburg – Genocide survivor, Niki Colemont, is pleased to announce he has been given a second chance at life as a successful nature photographer.

Niki Colemont is a Belgian nature photographer whose current work focuses on playful photos of squirrels. He’s previously been featured in the Flemish television network VTM, the Belgian-Dutch newspaper HLN, and the French channel BFMTV, among others. Additionally, Niki was also a National Geographic 2019 finalist.

Before turning to nature photography, however Niki experienced more than his fair share of tragedy. The photographer was born in Rwanda in 1986, just a few years before the genocide. Niki’s mother died during childbirth, leaving him with just his father and sister. When the Rwandan Genocide and war began in 1990, 4-year-old Niki and his sister fled to Belgium as refugees, while their father stayed behind to fight. Sadly, his dad died in the war, leaving Niki and his sibling as orphans. In 2019, his sister also passed away, aged just 38.

With no formal education, Niki had to learn everything through trial and error. Luckily, the beauty of nature and a love of his Nikon camera have helped Niki heal from his past and find meaning in life. They’ve also given him something to focus on during times of uncertainty and lockdown. Niki has now begun to gain traction on social media, making him more motivated than ever to continue honing his craft.

Currently, Niki takes photos of squirrels in his back garden in creative and entertaining poses. Some of his images feature the animals jumping in mid-air, with nuts in their mouths or playing with a plastic dinosaur toy. The pictures have brought joy to many, helping Niki gain more than 5,000 followers on Instagram and coverage in national and international media.

“With all the things that have happened in my life, I was still able to enjoy my hobby,” says Niki. “Luckily, my girlfriend and her parents believed in me from the start and gave me the freedom I needed to pursue what I love.”

For more information about Niki Colemont, or to view his incredible photographs, please visit his Instagram page.

About Niki Colemont

Before discovering photography, Niki Colemont arrived in Belgium as a child refugee, fleeing from the Rwandan genocide. Niki pursues his love of photography as a way to inspire others through perseverance, while enjoying nature at the same time.

Contact Information

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+32 487027406
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University Archives' online auction on Wednesday, August 19, promises to be the biggest, most diverse in company history

United States flag flown aboard the Apollo XIII space mission in 1970, with a NASA certificate signed by all three astronaut crew members (est. $18,000-$20,000).

Brady Studio albumen photo of Abraham Lincoln, of unusual imperial size (8 ¼ inches by 6 ½ inches), with Lincoln’s bold presidential signature (as “Abraham Lincoln”) (est. 8,000-$9,000).

Civil War-dated military commission appointing a chaplain in the U.S. Navy, signed by Abraham Lincoln and countersigned by Navy Secretary Gideon Welles (est. $6,000-$7,000).

Original anesthetic instruments used by emergency room physician Dr. M.T. Pepper Jenkins, who attempted to resuscitate JFK in Dallas on November 22, 1963 (est. $5,000-$6,000).

Original color photograph of Ronald Reagan and Russian leader Mikhail Gorbachev, showing the two men wearing Western hats in an outdoor setting, signed by both (est. $3,500-$4,000).

The full catalog, showing all 351 lots, is online for bidding and viewing now, at the newly revamped University Archives website (www.UniversityArchives.com).

Categories include Civil War, aviation and space, U.S. Supreme Court, Civil Rights, political pinback buttons, presidential and literary, plus items from the Forbes collection and Jack Kerouac estate.”

— John Reznikoff

WESTPORT, CT, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A United States flag flown aboard the Apollo XIII space mission in 1970 with a NASA certificate signed by all three astronaut crew members, a manuscript document for the sale of G. Westinghouse & Company from George Westinghouse, Sr. to his son in 1871, and an albumen photograph of Abraham Lincoln taken in 1864 and signed by Lincoln, are all part of University Archives’ next online auction on Wednesday, August 19th, at 10:30 am Eastern time.

The auction is being billed as the largest and most diverse in the company’s history. The full catalog, showing a whopping 351 lots, is up and online for bidding and viewing now, at the newly revamped University Archives website (www.UniversityArchives.com), as well as the platforms LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com. Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted.

“This sale is packed with rare, significant and highly collectible items from multiple specialty categories,” said John Reznikoff, president and owner of University Archives. “These include Civil War, aviation and space, the U.S. Supreme Court, Civil Rights, political pinback buttons, presidential and literary, plus more items from the Forbes collection and Jack Kerouac estate.”

Aviation and space collectors will be over the moon with a marquee selection of 25 lots, led by the American flag flown aboard the Apollo XIII mission affixed to a NASA certificate signed by Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Haise, from the estate of Jack Swigert. The flag is 5 ½ inches by 4 inches; the certificate is 10 inches by 11 ¾ inches. The lot should sell for $18,000-$20,000.

Other highlights include an Apollo XI photograph depicting the Lunar Module “Eagle” signed by Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, as well as material relating to iconic figures Amelia Earhart, Charles A. Lindbergh, and Yuri Gagarin. PSA/DNA slabbed and graded official NASA red number photographs and colorful embroidered badges will round out this category.

The one-page document making official the sale of G. Westinghouse & Company by its founder, George Westinghouse, Sr., to his son, George Westinghouse, Jr., signed by both men, is one of the most important financial documents in American history (est. $9,000-$10,000). The selling price of the company was $25,000 – payable in three installments. The younger Westinghouse promoted alternating current technology. It revolutionized the world’s light and power industries.

A full 40 Civil War-related lots will be offered, among them the Brady Studio albumen photo of Abraham Lincoln, of unusual imperial size (8 ¼ inches by 6 ½ inches), and with an affixed full signature as “Abraham Lincoln” (est. 8,000-$9,000); and a war-dated military commission appointing a chaplain in the U.S. Navy, signed by Lincoln and countersigned by Navy Secretary Gideon Welles, without the usual folds affecting a clean and bold presidential signature (est. $6,000-$7,000).

A one-page autograph letter signed by the President of the Confederate States, Jefferson Davis, and addressed to Secretary of War James A. Seddon in August 1864, is estimated to fetch $6,000-$7,000. The letter came at a significant time for the Confederacy. Davis writes, “What influences so demoralized the troops we may have, when it only remains to mourn the evil effect thus entailed on our cause in this critical hour,” foreshadowing the catastrophic end of the Civil War.

Civil Rights history is showcased in 25 lots relating to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. Ralph Abernathy, Eldridge Cleaver and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. An archive relating to the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, where Martin Luther King, Jr. preached and was headquartered during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, is of interest.

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s copy of a printed appeal, often called “the Second Emancipation Proclamation”, submitted to President John F. Kennedy in May 1962, from the collection of Maude Ballou, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s first secretary, has an estimate of $1,000-$1,200. In the 58-page, soft-wrap appeal, Dr. King calls for “national re-dedication to the principles of the Emancipation Proclamation, and for an executive order prohibiting segregation” in the U.S.

Presidential collectors will likely get into a fierce bidding war for the original anesthetic instruments used by emergency room physician Dr. M.T. Pepper Jenkins, who attempted to resuscitate JFK at Dallas’s Parkland Memorial Hospital on November 22, 1963. The instruments were immediately removed from Trauma Room #1 after the president’s death. Accompanying them is an archive assembled by Dr. Jenkins, including his impressions from that day (est. $5,000-$6,000).

Nearly 2,000 pieces of political campaign memorabilia will be offered in 23 large dealers’ lots, documenting a century of American political history. Included are rare and unusual jugates, coattails, and flashers from the presidential campaigns of FDR, JFK, LBJ, Truman, Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, and others, from 1896-1996. There are many gems waiting to be discovered within this completely unpicked collection of a Greenwich, Connecticut gentleman.

Literary collectors will be interested in two unusual guns previously owned by author Ernest Hemingway. One of them is a circa mid-19th century North African brass-decorated Kabyle musket measuring over 5 feet in length, obtained during Hemingway’s ill-fated 1953-1954 trip to Africa when Hemingway and his wife survived two near-fatal plane crashes (est. $3,000-$4,000). The guns are from the collection of A. E. Hotchner, Hemingway’s close friend and biographer.

The music and lyrics written in Art Garfunkel’s hand for the 1958 song That’s My Story, when he and Paul Simon sang as “Tom and Jerry”, and Simon’s original hand-written music and lyrics for the 1958 song True or False, released under Simon’s stage name “True Taylor” – plus the rare and actual 45 rpm records of the songs themselves – will be sold as one lot (est. $6,000-$7,000).

Nearly 30 lots relating to the history of the U.S. Supreme Court, ranging from its inception in the 18th century to modern jurisprudence, will come up for bid. The expected top lot is a one-page early autograph letter signed by future 4th Chief Justice John Marshall, with interesting legal content, dated July 2, 1789 (est. $2,400-$2,600). In the letter, Marshall, as a practicing lawyer, addresses a client identified as Mr. John Hatley Norton, “concerning your father’s debtors.”

An original color photograph of Ronald Reagan and Russian leader Mikhail Gorbachev, of the two men wearing Western hats in an outdoor setting, signed by both, 14 inches by 11 inches, has an estimate of $3,500-$4,000; while a gelatin silver print photograph of Teddy Roosevelt, signed while he was President and inscribed with over 15 words in his own hand to “Mr. C.H. Sherrill”, dated “Oct 28th, 1904”, 4 inches by 5 ½ inches (less mount), should command $2,000-$2,400.

A spectacular drawing rendered by Dr. Seuss in colored pencils, with ink titles, depicting a colorful pair of winged griffins, each carrying a suitcase in their talons, with an autograph letter signed by Dr. Seuss on verso, is expected to realize $3,500-$4,500. Also, a rare letter written and signed by Richard J. Gatling (1818-1903), the inventor of the Gatling machine gun, penned on Gatling Gun letterhead, addressed to the Colt Arms Company, has an estimate of $3,500-$4,000.

Nearly 30 lots from the Jack Kerouac estate will be offered, ranging from the legendary Beat Generation writer’s personally owned books and papers, to original artwork and other treasured possessions. One of two original pencil drawings by Kerouac is titled The Vision of Dipankara, depicting one of the foundational semi-mythical stories of Buddhism (est. $4,000-$5,000). Kerouac has added daubs of oil paint and signed the abstract work “Jean-Louis Kerouac."

Kerouac’s personally read copy of Alan W. Watts’s classic text The Way of Zen, signed and inscribed with his possibly unpublished haiku as “1961 / Autumn – old rivalries / are worse, old / Friendships are deeper / JK" is sure to intrigue collectors. Other highlights include Kerouac’s personally owned Leica camera, circa 1947-1951, from the On The Road-era, and a signed check made out to San Francisco’s City Lights Books, the West Coast hub of the Beatnik Movement.

University Archives has become world-renowned as a go-to source for rare items of this kind. It is actively seeking quality material for future auctions, presenting a rare opportunity for sellers. Anyone who has a single item or a collection that may be a fit for a future University Archives auction may call John Reznikoff at 203-454-0111, or email him at john@universityarchives.com.

University Archives was founded in 1979, as a division of University Stamp Company, by John Reznikoff, who started collecting stamps and coins in 1968, while in the third grade. Industry-wide, Reznikoff is considered the leading authenticity expert for manuscripts and documents. He consults with law enforcement, dealers, auction houses and both major authentication companies.

For more information about University Archives and the Wednesday, August 19th online-only Rare Books, Manuscripts & Relics Auction, including items from the Malcolm Forbes collection and the Jack Kerouac estate, please visit www.universityarchives.com. Updates are posted often.

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John Reznikoff
University Archives
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Zaffet Joseph Entertainment have created a first ever drive by experience for their company

Zaffet Joseph Entertainment

Zaffet Joseph Entertainment

Zaffet Joseph Entertainment- Wedding

Zaffet Joseph Entertainment- Wedding

Zaffet Joseph group

Zaffet Joseph group

Entertainment company have implemented a drive by for clients

USA, August 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The globally known entertainment company Zaffet Joseph Entertainment have recently added a new feature to their company; a drive by. Founder and director of the company Joseph announced, “When the pandemic hit, it hit Michigan hard. We wanted to do something to keep the joy in people’s lives and celebrate important milestones. We decided to launch our drive-by zaffa! And it was complimentary to all who inquired. Everyone loved it and we brought so much happiness and joy to people. We made so many important milestones unforgettable! From a baby’s first birthday to grad school graduations.”

So far it has been a huge hit for the company, resulting in the drive-by being a long term feature for the business. Joseph has stated, “The complimentary drive-by zaffa is a small token of appreciation for all of our clients and everyone who has supported us and made us who we are today. We love to give back and spread happiness and joy!” The drive-by is a current feature that they have, since weddings and other big social events are postponed, given the current circumstances and the rule of social distancing.

Before the pandemic had put the world at a halt, Zaffet Joseph Entertainment were performing for all special events, totalling up to over 3,000 weddings. Their main base is in Michigan, but they have also accepted special requests from other states in the U.S and other parts of the world such as Australia and Turkey. Joseph has stated, “Zaffet Joseph Entertainment is passionate about making people happy and spreading joy with every performance. Our passion is to bring our clients the absolute best experience that our company can offer.”

Given the current circumstances, the company has cleverly thought of a fun way for people who have special days to celebrate to still be entertained. However, what they are usually famous for is the “Zaffa,” which is the traditional dance of the bride and groom as they enter the reception after their wedding. Zaffet Joseph Entertainment makes weddings fun with their over-the-top traditions of music and dance. They include drummers, percussionists, DJs, keyboardists, saxophones and more.

They offer different packages that provide different forms of entertainment such as a DJ or a band with a sound system, but the prices can vary. Joseph has stated, “We are young and known to have long lasting energy that can bring joy to our clients. We know when to be upbeat or mellow, given the circumstances of the special event that’s taking place.”

However, now they have vowed to bring entertainment through a vehicle to the home’s of clients, in order to keep the party going. They generally have flexible office hours and offer great customer service to clients, so that their special day is successful. It was a risky move given the current circumstances, however, it has brought them a huge success so far and they have adjusted to the COVID situation.

Joseph Toma is the founder of Zaffet Joseph Entertainment and is known to be a talented musician who is influencing the world with his diverse and unique approach to music and art. His passion for performing is what motivated him to open up Zaffet Joseph Entertainment for he wanted to create a positive impact in the world with the art of Zaffa.
Zaffa has been around for over 100 years, dating back to ancient Egypt. It is a tradition that is mainly carried out at weddings, with a musical march to the bride or groom’s house. The musical march would include people playing instruments such as bagpipes and drums, as well as belly dancers and men holding flaming swords. The musical march is carried on to the house of the bride or the groom, with a continuance of sounds and then a dinner.

However, Joseph has modernized that so that it is suitable to all special events that are carried out. He has stated, “The Zaffa has been a tradition for years! Zaffet Joseph Entertainment has revolutionized this industry, taking it past weddings and performing at any event in any area our clients want us to perform at!”

For more information and news, you can check out the website: https://www.zaffetjoseph.com/

Adriaan Brits (Press Agent)
ZAFFET JOSEPH
+44 20 3287 1724
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Charming items exceed estimates and expectations in Neue Auctions' online-only Summer Art & Antiques sale held July 25th

Charming garden bird whirligig yard ornament standing about 5 feet 6 inches tall with a central post, attached to which were seven spinning branches, each with a bird on either end ($1,353).

Hand-carved and painted figure of an Osprey hawk by artist Wendell Gilley (Maine, 1904-1983), depicting the Osprey in flight landing on a driftwood branch, artist signed ($1,599).

Three beautiful Chinese Export armorial plates, both Qing, Quianlong (circa 1735-1745), both painted in the center with coats of arms ($1,599).

Color woodblock with embossing by Hiroaki Takahashi Shotei (Japanese, 1871-1945), titled Tama, the Cat (1924), 10 inches by 14 inches ($1,107).

Lot 182 was a hand-painted cast iron door stop in the form of a uniformed sailor, painted in red, white and blue and standing 13 ½ inches tall ($1,169).

The auction was packed with 300 lots of unique treasures seeking new homes. Overall, the sale grossed $54,580, including the 23 percent buyer’s premium.

We’re working with many estates right now. The Baby Boomer generation is downsizing and properties are selling quickly. That’s keeping us busy. I'm grateful we're able to keep up with the momentum.”

— Cynthia Maciejewski

BEACHWOOD, OH, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A simple but charming garden bird whirligig yard ornament standing about 5 feet 6 inches tall with a central post, attached to which were seven spinning branches, each with a bird on either end, proved irresistible to bidders in Neue Auctions’ online-only Summer Art & Antiques Auction held July 25th. After spirited bidding, it flew away for $1,353.

The birds appeared to be machine stamped metal with traces of blue paint, and the tip had an ornamental fleur de lis style finial. Each branch spun in the wind with ease. The estimate was conservative at $150-$300. After 23 bids, it sold to a Liveauctioneers bidder for $1,100 (less 23 percent buyer’s premium) and was marked as a "hot lot” with 50 bidders marking it a favorite.

The sale was packed with 300 lots of unique treasures seeking new homes. These included art, antiques, rock ‘n’ roll-signed albums, vintage posters, decorative arts, Asian objects, furniture garden items, works on paper and more. Overall, the auction grossed $54,580, with the buyer’s premium. Online bidding was via Liveauctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Bidsquare.com.

"I wasn't sure if bidding would be soft or strong, but many lots exceeded our expectations and estimates,” said Cynthia Maciejewski of Neue Auctions. “People are staying home right now and getting their fix through online shopping and bidding. This is the first summer auction I've had in 20 years.

Maciejewski said, historically, Neue Auctions has had an auction every other month, but for 2020, it's been every month. “We’re working with many estates right now,” she said. “The Baby Boomer generation is downsizing and properties are selling quickly, and that’s keeping us busy. I'm grateful that we're able to keep up with the momentum.”

Following are additional highlights from the auction. All prices quoted include a 23 percent buyer’s premium.

A stunning, hand-carved and painted figure of an Osprey hawk by artist Wendell Gilley (Maine, 1904-1983), depicting the Osprey in flight landing on a driftwood branch over a flounder on the sand, 17 inches tall and artist signed, brought $1,599. Also, an oak Arts and Crafts watchmaker’s desk having a rectangular top and fitted with a glass panel over three drawers, commanded $799.

A sailor attracted much attention in the decorative arts category. He was lot 182: a hand-painted cast iron door stop in the form of a uniformed sailor, painted in red, white and blue and standing 13 ½ inches tall ($1,169). Also, a Nantucket basket hand-woven in 1995 by Sylvia Terry, oval form, surmounted by a carved whale, with bone fittings and closure, artist signed, rose to $677.

Asian lots were led by three Chinese Export armorial plates, the center plate Qing, Quianlong (circa 1735-1738), painted in the center with the arms of Dickinson impaling Wright above the motto “Dei Manus Medicus”. The other two plates (Qing, Qianlong, circa 1745) were painted in the center with the quarterly arms of Fazakerley impaling Lutwyche. The set brought $1,599.

A set of eight 20th century Chinese Export cabbage leaf covered cups and saucers, the delicate cups having two handles and domed covers, the saucers 6 inches by 5 inches, garnered $1,353. Also, a Capodimonte armorial china lot comprising two cookie plates with handles, six plates and five bread plates, all decorated with bacchanalian scenes around the rims, fetched $1,107.

A color woodblock with embossing by Hiroaki Takahashi Shotei (Japanese, 1871-1945), titled Tama, the Cat (1924), 10 inches by 14 inches, from the lifetime edition published by Shozaburo Watanabeo, signed with the publisher’s seal used from 1929-1942, went for $1,107; and a group of eight assorted Chinese blanc de chine Guanyin figures, the tallest one 10 inches, made $799.

Chinese textiles piqued bidder interest. A silk jacquard woven table cloth, patch construction in gold and earth tones woven with dragons in clouds, measuring about 86 inches by 44 inches, knocked down for $1,169. The same price was realized for a silk jacquard woven quilt, woven with dragon and phoenix borders centering bands in multiple colors, 70 inches by 64 inches.

Neue Auctions’ next major auction is a mid-century design auction with contemporary art slated for Saturday, August 22nd, at 11 am Eastern time. The sale is titled “What’s Neue Pussycat?” and bidding will be online-only, through Liveauctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Bidsquare.com.

Headlining the sale is an artwork by Pop Art icon Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997). The offering of this screen print, titled Oval Office, gives it additional meaning in our current trying times. Commissioned as part of the Artists for Freedom of Expression Project, the 36 inch by 45 inch print, signed in pencil by Lichtenstein and dated 1992, has an estimate of $30,000-$50,000.

The Modern auction will feature many other wonderful finds in the fine art category, to include works by artists like Viktor Schreckengost, Julian Stanczak and others. Cataloging is underway. Furnishings will showcase some excellent Mid-Century Modern classics from names such as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Folke Ohlsson and others. Watch website for details.

Neue Auctions invites everyone to be added to its email list to receive notifications and information regarding all current and future sales. For info, visit www.neueauctions.com.

Neue Auctions provides a bespoke experience for sellers and buyers, with items presented fully guaranteed and vetted, and combines regular online auctions with selected art exhibitions and educational opportunities. Offering consignment services for single items, estates and corporate collections, the firm assists clients in the complicated process of settling estates and general downsizing, working with private individuals, trusts, estates, museums, banks and attorneys.

Neue Auctions continues the long-standing history and tradition of art collecting in Cleveland by bringing fine works of art to the market for sale, encouraging the current and next generation of collectors. Neue Auctions is accepting consignments for future sales. For purchases or inquiries about consigning, please call 216-245-6707; or send an email to cynthia@neueauctions.com.

To learn more about Neue Auctions and the Saturday, August 22nd “What’s New Pussycat?” online auction at 11 am Eastern time, visit www.neueauctions.com. Updates are posted often.

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Cynthia Maciejewski
Neue Auctions
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Comedian Truck Hudson releases animated sketch comedy Special

The Truck Hudson Show, An Animated Sketch Comedy Special

Comedian Truck Hudson releases animated sketch comedy Special

Funniest Animated Sketch Speciali ever seen!”

— Comedy Central Insider

PORT JEFF STA., NY, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Truck Hudson has a new sketch comedy special streaming.

It's a much watch.

An animated sketch comedy special performed by actor and comedian Truck Hudson. Truck does celebrity impressions and creates characters. Standup, sketch comedy, & music. Featuring: Ian Edwards, Jordan Rock, Jim Norton, Ted Alexandro, Armageddon (of Terror Squad) Keith Nut (of Terror Squad). This animated sketch comedy film has been adapted from Truck Hudson's 2017 Sketch Comedy Album "The Truck Hudson Show". The sketch comedy album has millions of streams on Spotify, Tidal, and many other streaming platforms.
It can be seen on Amazon Prime.

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Global Jelly Candies (Gummies) Market 2020 by Supply, Demand, Consumption, Sale, Price, Share and Top Manufacturers

A new market study, titled “Global Jelly Candies (Gummies) Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions 2023”, has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, August 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jelly Candies (Gummies) Market

Jelly Candies (Gummies) market is segmented by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Jelly Candies (Gummies) market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource. The segmental analysis focuses on sales, revenue and forecast by Type and by Application for the period 2015-2026.

The major vendors covered:
Nestle
Mars
Cloetta
Ferrero
Haribo
The Hershey Company
Mondelez International
Grupo Bimbo (Barcel)
Meiji Holdings
Arcor
Mederer GmbH
Lindt & Sprungli
Yildiz Holding
August Storck
Lotte Confectionery
Albanese
Perfetti Van Melle
Giant Gummy Bears
Yupi
Jelly Belly
Bright Foods (Guanshengyuan)
Fujian Yake Food

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Segment by Type, the Jelly Candies (Gummies) market is segmented into
Sugar-Based Gummies (SBG)
Sugar-Free Gummies (SFG)

Segment by Application, the Jelly Candies (Gummies) market is segmented into
Supermarkets and Hypermarkets
Convenience Stores
Specialist Retailers
Online Retailers

Regional and Country-level Analysis
The Jelly Candies (Gummies) market is analysed and market size information is provided by regions (countries).
The key regions covered in the Jelly Candies (Gummies) market report are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa. It also covers key regions (countries), viz, U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, etc.
The report includes country-wise and region-wise market size for the period 2015-2026. It also includes market size and forecast by Type, and by Application segment in terms of sales and revenue for the period 2015-2026.
Competitive Landscape and Jelly Candies (Gummies) Market Share Analysis
Jelly Candies (Gummies) market competitive landscape provides details and data information by players. The report offers comprehensive analysis and accurate statistics on revenue by the player for the period 2015-2020. It also offers detailed analysis supported by reliable statistics on revenue (global and regional level) by players for the period 2015-2020. Details included are company description, major business, company total revenue and the sales, revenue generated in Jelly Candies (Gummies) business, the date to enter into the Jelly Candies (Gummies) market, Jelly Candies (Gummies) product introduction, recent developments, etc.

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Watchys announce imminent launch the first Swiss watchmaking global e-commerce site

Watchys.ch website will soon offer the purchase with worldwide delivery of watch spare parts and mechanisms, new and used watches, watch tools and documents.

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, August 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The first Swiss e-commerce site dedicated to the sale of new and used watch products is about to be launched.

Watchys.ch website will soon offer the purchase with worldwide delivery of watch spare parts and mechanisms, new and used watches, watch tools and downloadable reference documents.

Traditionally, this type of business takes place by networking, during a watch exchange or at a flea market.

Watchys is the first global e-commerce player to offer new and used watch products not only in Switzerland but internationally.

The Watchys website will offer a rich selection of more than 2,000 items and will be available in French and English.

Watchys makes it easy to find the right components for watch repairs or refurbishment via a well-documented and structured catalogue, easy to browse or via a simple search.

Watch collectors, independent watchmakers, watch companies, and individuals can now count on an easy to use platform for all their watchmaking needs. For customers that don’t find what they are looking for, the Watchys team will make the research for them.

Items on sale range from a few francs for a specific part to tens of thousands of francs for a luxury watch.

Watchys also offers companies, independents watch makers and individuals the opportunity to take advantage of this global e-commerce platform for the sale of their own goods.

Concerned about providing the highest security to its users, the Watchys site is hosted in Geneva and its company is located in the heart other prestigious watch companies.

For more information, our team is available to answer your questions or for a more detailed presentation.

Sébastien Monney
Watchys
+41 76 527 03 02
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Convert any watch into a smartwatch, with INFINIFIT

INFINIFIT Smart Fitness Tracker – Any Time – Any Watch – Any App

INFINIFIT Smartwatch worn under your sleeve

INFINIFIT is compatible with your favourite fitness app

INFINIFIT Smart Fitness Tracker brings the functions of a smartwatch to any existing watch; a versatile innovation in the field of wearable fitness devices

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, August 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — We’ve all seen it: people working out with their regular watch on one wrist, and their smartwatch on the other. But now, there’s a better way.

INFINIFIT are proud to reveal a versatile innovation in the field of wearable fitness devices with the INFINIFIT Smart Fitness Tracker, which brings the functions of a smartwatch to any existing watch.

When it comes to fitness trackers, there’s often a frustrating choice: a stylish wearable tracker with no smart interface, or a second watch to be swapped in and out or worn alongside your existing item. It’s not ideal.

INFINIFIT are redefining fitness wearables, and offering a better alternative. If you already have a watch you love, the INFINIFIT Smart Fitness Tracker is a simple and cost-effective way to add smart functionality – it comes in a choice of four colours, complete with alerts and notifications, and seamless integration with all major fitness apps.

The launch video can be found here

Pre-order now via Indigigo for £75, or buy a two-device bundle for £120

KEY FEATURES

INFINIFIT has all the popular functions of a smartwatch including:

● Finger touch UI
● Pedometer (steps, calories, distance)
● Exercise modes (walking/running, sit-ups, skipping)
● Ambient temperature
● Sleep monitoring
● Dynamic heart rate
● Blood pressure
● Caller ID
● SMS, e-mail, and social media notifications
● Alarm and Calendar notifications

With a 7-day battery life and waterproofing to IP67 standard (up to 1 meter (or 3.3 feet) for up to 30 mins), the INFINIFIT Smart Fitness Tracker is designed to seamlessly fit into your daily routine.

THE DESIGN

The device’s patented clip design enables the unique casing to attach to any watch. Using the swivel feature to rotate the device 90 degrees enables health monitoring features including sleep monitoring, blood pressure and dynamic heart rate/ pulse monitoring.

The sleek design can also be personalised to match your watch strap, with four colour options (black, silver, gold and rose gold) available.

COMPATIBILITY

INFINIFIT Smart Fitness Tracker is highly compatible, working with iOS and Android devices. It comes with its own easy-to-use fitness tracking app, but gives you the freedom to connect to some of the most popular fitness apps. Giving the user total control and the ability to retain existing fitness data

Compatible apps include:

● Google Fit
● Strava
● Nike NTC
● Adidas Runtastic
● Asics Runkeeper

The INFINIFIT Smart Fitness Tracker is available for pre-order now at http://www.getinfinifit.com/

About INFINIFIT

The INFINIFIT journey began in January 2020 with the initial concept for the device. By May a design patent was secured and a working prototype produced. Production is due to begin in Q3 for shipping in Q4 2020.

Thanos Papanaklis
Infinifit Ltd
+44 20 8058 3803
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INFINIFIT Launch video


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Ahlers & Ogletree has two major auctions planned for fall, starting with the White Oaks estate in Atlanta, Sept. 12-13

Items from the Atlanta estate known as White Oaks, featuring decorative arts from high-end retailers and world-class auctions, is slated for September 12th and 13th.

The White Oaks estate features fine decorative arts from names like Steuben, Baccarat, Hermes, Christofle, Tiffany & Co., Lalique, Ralph Lauren Collection, Buccellati, Moser and Fornasetti.

The White Oaks estate contains fine antiques from the Doris Duke Collection, acquired from around the world and previously sold at Christies. The family also acquired items at Sotheby’s.

Portrait of Oonagh Guinness (1910-1995), the Anglo-Irish socialite, society hostess and art collector, by Philip de Laszlo (Austro-Hungarian, 1869-1937).

Stunning 28-inch-tall sterling silver figure of an eagle by Buccellati.

Items from the Atlanta estate home known as White Oaks boasts decorative arts from high-end retailers and world-class auctions. The auction is September 12-13.

ATLANTA, GA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ahlers & Ogletree has two major auctions lined up for fall. The first is the sale of items from the Atlanta estate known as White Oaks, featuring decorative arts from high-end retailers and world-class auctions slated for September 12th and 13th. Then, an Autumn Fine Estates Auction, boasting items from prominent estates and collections, will be held Oct. 24-25.

Both auctions will be held live in the Ahlers & Ogletree gallery at 700 Miami Circle in Atlanta, and online via the bidding platforms LiveAuctioneers.com, Bidsquare.com and Invaluable.com.

The White Oaks estate is bursting with fine decorative arts from names like Steuben, Baccarat, Hermes, Christofle, Tiffany & Company, Lalique, Ralph Lauren Collection, Buccellati, Moser, Fornasetti and others; as well as fine antiques from the Doris Duke Collection, acquired from around the world and previously sold at Christies. The family also acquired items at Sotheby’s.

Highlights include a pair of massive Ming Dynasty tileworks figures of Buddhistic lions on stands, previously from the Doris Duke Collection as sold by Christie’s in New York in 2004; an 18th century Northern European scarlet and gilt Japanned secretary, also from the Doris Duke Collection; a 28-inch-tall sterling silver figure of an eagle by Buccellati; and other fine items.

Also from White Oaks is a portrait of Oonagh Guinness by Philip de Laszlo (Austro-Hungarian, 1869-1937). Oonagh Guinness (1910-1995) was an Anglo-Irish socialite, society hostess and art collector, and the second wife of Dominick Browne, 4th Baron Oranmore and Browne. Until her death in 1995, the portrait hung in the drawing room at Luggala. It was sold as part of her estate and for years its whereabouts were unknown until recently, even by the de Laszlo Foundation.

The Autumn Fine Estates Auction in October is filled with items from prominent estates and collections from Atlanta, Ga.; Charleston, S.C.; Mobile, Ala., Greenville, S.C.; North Carolina, Indiana, Colorado, Chicago, Baltimore, New York and other locations. Also featured will be collections deaccessioned from the Mobile Museum of Arts (Ala.) and the Madison Museum of Fine Art (Ga.).

Offered will be original works of art by Romeo Tabuena, George Hetzel, Tolla Inbar, Ernest Crofts and Ricietl Vurkovitsky; Mid-Century furniture by Gio Ponti, William Hinn, Mies van der Rohe and other noted Scandinavian makers; fine decorative arts from China and Japan; and fine period antiques and decorative arts, including a collection of fine sterling silver.

Extended preview periods will be scheduled, by appointment only, for both sales in the Atlanta gallery, so Ahlers & Ogletree staff can take safety measures due to COVID-19. Masks are kindly requested. Phone and absentee bids will be accepted. For more information about these auctions, and to join the A&O email list for updates on upcoming events, visit www.AandOauctions.com.

Ahlers & Ogletree is a multi-faceted, family-owned business that spans the antiques, estate sale, wholesale, liquidation, auction and related industries. Ahlers & Ogletree is always seeking quality consignments for future auctions. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call them at 404-869-2478; or, you can send them an e-mail, at consign@AandOauctions.com.

To learn more about Ahlers & Ogletree and the major auctions planned for September 12th-13th and October 24th-25th, please visit www.AandOauctions.com. Updates are posted often. You can also follow Ahlers & Ogletree via social media on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

Elizabeth Rickenbaker
Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
+1 404-869-2478
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