Hallmark Cards

Hallmark corporate headquarters entrance.
Hallmark corporate offices.
A Hallmark Store in Toronto Eaton Centre.
Hallmark birthday cards
A Hallmark Gold Crown franchise in Evansville, Indiana.
A Crayola pack of 64 crayons.

Private, family-owned American company based in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Univision

American Spanish-language free-to-air television network owned by TelevisaUnivision.

American Spanish-language free-to-air television network owned by TelevisaUnivision.

Univision logo, used from January 1, 1990 to December 31, 2012. Univision used as screen bug until August 10, 2014
A Univision float in the 2010 North Hudson Cuban Day Parade in Union City, New Jersey
Univision logo, used from January 1, 2013 to January 26, 2019. The current logo (shown in the infobox) is similar to this logo, but renders it in a two-dimensional look.
The Univision parade float in Boston's 2016 Dominican Parade

1987 became a pivotal year for the Spanish International Network and its owned-and-operated station group; in 1987, Nicolas sold his stake in the network to a partnership of Hallmark Cards and Televisa for 25 years, which formed Univision Holdings Inc. to operate the network and its stations.

Ferrari was the world's most powerful brand in 2014 according to Brand Finance.

Forever Friends (brand)

Ferrari was the world's most powerful brand in 2014 according to Brand Finance.

Forever Friends is a brand of Hallmark Cards, based on a Bear design.

Todd Webb

Todd Webb

American photographer notable for documenting everyday life and architecture in cities such as New York City, Paris as well as from the American west.

American photographer notable for documenting everyday life and architecture in cities such as New York City, Paris as well as from the American west.

Todd Webb

In 2006, the Hallmark Greeting Cards Corporation acquired at least 161 of Webb's photographs, and in 2006 decided to give them away in a generous donation to the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City.

Armstrong in 1969

Neil Armstrong

American astronaut and aeronautical engineer, and the first person to walk on the Moon.

American astronaut and aeronautical engineer, and the first person to walk on the Moon.

Armstrong in 1969
Ensign Neil Armstrong on May 23, 1952
F9F-2 Panthers over Korea, with Armstrong piloting S-116 (left)
Armstrong, 26, as a test pilot at the NACA High-Speed Flight Station at Edwards AFB, California
Armstrong and X-15-1 after a research flight in 1960
Armstrong in an early Gemini space suit
Armstrong, 35, suiting up for Gemini 8 in March 1966
Recovery of Gemini 8 from the western Pacific Ocean; Armstrong sitting to the right
Armstrong descends to the ground on a parachute after ejecting from Lunar Landing Research Vehicle 1.
The Apollo 11 crew: Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin.
Armstrong in the lunar module after the completion of the EVA
Armstrong on the Moon
The Apollo 11 crew and President Nixon during the post-mission quarantine period
New York City ticker tape parade, August 13, 1969
Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman in space, presenting a badge to Neil Armstrong, Star City, USSR, June 1970
Michael Collins, President George W. Bush, Neil Armstrong, and Buzz Aldrin during celebrations of the 35th anniversary of the Apollo 11 flight, July 21, 2004
Armstrong in 1999
Armstrong speaking in February 2012, six months before his death, on the 50th anniversary of John Glenn's first spaceflight
Photograph of Armstrong as a boy at his family memorial service in Indian Hill, Ohio, near Cincinnati, on August 31, 2012
Armstrong's burial at sea on September 14, 2012
Armstrong gives an acceptance speech after being inducted into the Naval Aviation Hall of Honor at the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida
President Barack Obama poses with the Apollo 11 crew on the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, July 20, 2009: Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, and Neil Armstrong
Ohio's 50 State quarter depicts Armstrong and the Wright brothers' Wright Flyer III

He sued Hallmark Cards in 1994, when they used his name, and a recording of the "one small step" quote, in a Christmas ornament without his permission.

Crayola

American manufacturing company, specializing in art supplies.

American manufacturing company, specializing in art supplies.

Thirteen of 50 officially retired Crayola crayon colors
1998 USPS stamp commemorating Crayola crayons
A selection of Crayola products for sale at a New York City art supply store, July 2009

Since 1984, Crayola has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Hallmark Cards.

Greeting cards on display at retail.

Greeting card

Piece of card stock, usually with an illustration or photo, made of high quality paper featuring an expression of friendship or other sentiment.

Piece of card stock, usually with an illustration or photo, made of high quality paper featuring an expression of friendship or other sentiment.

Greeting cards on display at retail.
Birthday cards up close.
Greeting card (example)
A get well card from 1949

Hallmark Cards and American Greetings, both U.S.-based companies, are the two largest producers of greeting cards in the world today.

Glass ornaments

Christmas ornament

Christmas ornaments, baubles, "Christmas bulbs" or "Christmas bubbles" are decoration items, usually to decorate Christmas trees.

Christmas ornaments, baubles, "Christmas bulbs" or "Christmas bubbles" are decoration items, usually to decorate Christmas trees.

Glass ornaments
Christmas tree lights and Christmas bulb.
Lebkuchen ornaments in Poland
Blown glass baubles for sale in Tlalpujahua, Michoacán, Mexico. The town is known for its production of Christmas ornaments.
A fully decorated Christmas tree
A teddy bear bauble purchased in England in 1959
Design of a glass Christmas ornament
Sculpturing to produce a mould for a Christmas glass ornament
Blowing glass ornament fabrication
Silvering of glass ornaments
thumb|Painting of a glass Christmas ornament
Bauble, or ball ornament
Blue glass ornament
Imitation tree snow
Glass snowman ornament
Red and gold ornamented bauble
Angel decoration
Glass Fabergé egg as a decoration.
Bear ornament
Straw ornaments
Crochet ornaments
Cloth ornament
Angel as tree top decoration
Pre-1939 Polish snowman ornament
Glass owl ornament
Hand-painted glass bauble
Tinsel and glass bauble
Polish bombki baubles made with the kanzashi method

In 1973, Hallmark Cards started manufacturing Christmas ornaments.

Hilton in October 2021

Paris Hilton

American media personality, socialite, businesswoman, model, singer, DJ, and actress.

American media personality, socialite, businesswoman, model, singer, DJ, and actress.

Hilton in October 2021
NYC's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Hilton lived her teenage years and started as a socialite
Hilton at a 2005 conference in Munich
Hilton in 2009
Hilton at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival
Hilton at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival
A Minnesota billboard informing about Hilton's prison time in June 2007
Mark D's painting Paris Hilton: Panties Please Paris
Hilton at an event for Harper's Bazaar in 2019
Hilton with her mother Kathy Hilton and aunt Kyle Richards at a NBC event in February 2011
Hilton in her 2007 mug shot
Hilton during a press conference outside the United States Capitol in October 2021

On September 6, 2007, Hilton filed an injunction lawsuit against Hallmark Cards Inc., titled Hilton v. Hallmark Cards, in U.S. District Court over the unlawful use of her picture and catchphrase "That's hot" on a greeting card.

A broadcasting antenna in Stuttgart

Studio Retail Group

British home shopping company, based in Accrington, Lancashire.

British home shopping company, based in Accrington, Lancashire.

A broadcasting antenna in Stuttgart

It spun off its greeting card business in 1997 as a separate company called "Creative Publishing", which was subsequently acquired by Hallmark Cards in 1998.

The first studio cards were created in 1946 by Fred Slavic and Rosalind Welcher, seen here in 2002 at their Mount Monadnock home in New Hampshire.

Studio cards

Studio cards were tall, narrow humorous greeting cards which became popular during the 1950s.

Studio cards were tall, narrow humorous greeting cards which became popular during the 1950s.

The first studio cards were created in 1946 by Fred Slavic and Rosalind Welcher, seen here in 2002 at their Mount Monadnock home in New Hampshire.
Bill Kennedy (l.) and Bill Box in 1960.
A 1950s Box Card by Bill Box

These independent card creators eventually found it difficult to compete after Hallmark Cards bought up shopping mall franchises so only Hallmark Cards would be displayed.