Thanks to an exclusive agreement with De Agostini Editore, Planeta Junior, manages the licensing rights of the Codice Atlantico of Leonardo da Vinci which is currently preserved in the Venerabile Biblioteca Ambrosiana.
The partnership between De Agostini Editore and Planeta Junior has led to an agreement providing for the future other forms of collaboration for the circulation and promotion of cultural heritage of the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, consisting of library collections and paintings are unique in the world, including Codice Atlantico which is a worldwide excellence.
Famous worldwide, the Codice Atlantico is a miscellaneous collection of papers covering a period of over forty years (1478-1519) of intellectual production of Leonardo da Vinci. Collected in the seventeenth century by the architect Pompeo Leoni, and bound in the seventies in twelve volumes, 1119 pages of Leonardo’s Codex have been carefully break up into sections in June 2009 and subsequently placed individually in special mat, so they could protect themselves in the best conditions.
Products manufactured and distributed by the licensees to join in this project will aim to promote and raise awareness of this prestigious work that represents one of the most important masterpieces of Leonardo.
Planeta Junior have already contacted the most important companies in the field of luxury stationery, porcelain, philately and numismatics, collectible posters and puzzles.
Planeta Junior manages the licensing rights in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and France.