Posted September 16, 2019 07:53:18The Frozen franchise has been so successful that Disney has even gone to great lengths to create a brand for it, including a Frozen themed logo.

In the new book Frozen, the brand has been designed by artist Chris Mottram, who is a well-known Disney fanboy.

Mottam also drew a brand new image for the Frozen film, which you can see below.

The Frozen brand was inspired by the famous Frozen movie, but the animation company is not the only one to have made a Frozen-themed logo. 

The logo, a nod to the film, was created by the Danish design company Avanti.

The Frozen brand also has a similar theme, with a Frozen logo, but it’s different.

Avantis logo is a cross between the word frozen and hug and is designed to evoke emotions of joy and warmth.

Motto of the company is “Aesthetic and fun, in a creative and simple way,” which reflected the Disney brand.

The Frozen logo has become a big hit in China, where it has sold out of its limited edition edition of 10,000,000.

The official Frozen merchandise website also sells the Frozen-inspired product in more than 40 languages. 

In a video from the Disney Channel, the Disney brand designer said that Frozen was created “by a single person, a very good friend” and that “we had to think big”. 

“We thought, if we wanted to make a Frozen film that’s a really great story and is also really fun, we’d have to do a Frozen version of Frozen, which we’ve done,” Mottrams told the channel. 

Disney has also released an interactive festival of music that is part of the Frozen brand, and this year, a Frozen inspired video is shown. 

Frozen has also become a hit in the US, where the Frozen logo is being worn in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

There have been also further unfortunate reports about Frozen’s popularity in the UK, where its official UK website recently failed to take down an article about the film. 

There have also been reports of Frozen’s success in China.

The China Free Press newspaper wrote about a new Frozen logo that was also used by China’s largest internet portal, Tencent.

In an article entitled “The Frozen Frozen” Chinese internet portal Tencent published on November 7, 2018, the logo was said to have “the perfect blend of old-fashioned and modern”, and was created with a “very old-school look”.