New drawing, painting and activity sets will be specially developed for the National Gallery.
The National Gallery company has welcomed Kangaru Toys to its growing licensing programme.
Kangaru – which specialises in stationery, colouring, crafts, plush, STEM and novelty toys – will develop new drawing, painting and activity sets for the National Gallery.
The new range will include junior art sets and learn to paint sets, plus adult art and colouring kits. The themed create, paint and draw range will be in the style of the great Masters and will be branded the National Gallery.
Individual supplies will complement the key lines.
“Kangaru is excited to join the National Gallery to introduce new artists of all ages to the National Gallery Collection,” commented Joe DiPalma, founder and ceoof Kangaru Toys. “We’ll supply children and adults with the right tools, pens, markers and inks and canvas, while allowing them to being inspired by these great artists.
“Art kits and related supplies will bring the museum experience into homes and allow folks to explore their creativity, while learning the stories behind the paintings and their narrative.”
Judith Mather, buying and brand licensing director, added: “We look forward to this new partnership with Kangaru Toys and the expertise they bring in developing this new range, introducing the National Gallery paintings to budding artists of all ages.”
The range will be available in the National Gallery Shops and in art material speciality retailers over 2021, with prices will ranging from £10 up to £29.99.