PVM Hello Kitty Car

Hello Kitty Car



Hello Kitty Car

The Hello Kitty line has since developed licensing arrangements worth more than $1 billion a year in sales. Examples of products depicting the character include dolls, stickers, greeting cards, clothes, accessories, school supplies, a Hello Kitty car, dishes and home appliances

Hello Kitty is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio, first designed by Ikuko Shmizu. Her first appearance on an item, a vinyl coin purse, was introduced in Japan in 1974 and brought to the United States in 1976. The character is portrayed as a female white cat with a red bow and no drawn mouth. She lives in London, England with her parents and twin sister. The Hello Kitty line has since developed licensing arrangements worth more than $1 billion a year in sales. Examples of products depicting the character include dolls, stickers, greeting cards, clothes, accessories, school supplies, a Hello Kitty car, dishes and home appliances. Hello Kitty has an official theme park, Sanrio Puroland, which opened in 1990.

Hello Kitty can be found on a variety of consumer products ranging from school supplies to fashion accessories. In Japan, Hello Kitty products are the theme of local tourist attractions. Along with the Hello Kitty car, Hello Kitty has her own branded album, Hello World, featured Hello Kitty inspired songs performed by a collection of artists, including KeKe Palmer and Cori Yarckin. Sanrio and Fender release a series of Hello Kitty guitars and even a jet airplane. In Asia they released limited-edition Hello Kitty credit cards. In 2009 Make-Up Art Cosmetics (MAC) approached Sanrio to produce a limited-edition Hello Kitty makeup collection, which have now become expensive collector’s items.