From Funko Pop! to fine art, these “Sesame Street” products offer new ways for fans to engage with the brand.

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March 1, 2024

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Original "Sesame Street" paintings and limited-edition prints by artist, Romero Britto, Sesame Workshop
Original "Sesame Street" paintings and limited-edition prints by artist, Romero Britto, Sesame Workshop

New collaborations have been announced for “Sesame Street.”

“Our latest collaborations are a love letter to our devoted fans, whether you’re on your first season of ‘Sesame Street’ or your 50th,” says Gabriela Arenas, senior vice president, global licensing, Sesame Workshop. “We’re excited to team up with some of the most popular names in fandom to deepen our long-standing connection with our fans through unique, high-quality products designed for multigenerational enjoyment, featuring both familiar friends and special ‘Sesame Street’ characters you may not have seen in a while.”

From Funko comes a new Sesame Street Pop! collectible. Available exclusively at Target, this Pop! Rides product features Elmo enjoying one of his favorite activities – riding his tricycle while wearing his starry yellow safety helmet.

Super7, a pop-culture design house and producer of lifestyle-oriented collectibles, toys and apparel, has launched “Sesame Street” ReAction Figures, including Bert, Ernie, The Count and the Yip Yip Martians, with more to come this year. The figures are available worldwide. A 17-inch poseable “Sesame Street” SuperSize Vinyl Super Grover is also included.

With the new co-branded Oscar the Grouch Chia Pet from NECA – a creator, marketer and global distributor of licensed consumer products – Oscar’s terracotta figure will be covered in green growth, turning him the hue that today’s fans know the Grouch to be. This new addition to the Chia Pet collection is available in the U.S. and Canada.

The ’90s nostalgia continues with new “Sesame Street” Poptaters from Super Impulse. Potato Head combined with pop-culture legends creates a collection of Spud Mashups featuring various characters – now including Bert and Ernie.

From Blank Tag Stickers comes a new “Sesame Street” collection featuring Grover, Zoe, Abby, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Slimey, Cookie Monster, Oscar, Rosita, Elmo, Bert, Ernie, Big Bird, The Count and even Plaza Sésamo’s Abelardo.

Monogram International’s latest line of blind bag key chains, available in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, contains clip-on 3D foam figurines of Oscar, Elmo, Big Bird, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, Abby, Zoe, The Count and two mystery characters. Elmo also comes in 3D foam magnet form.

Original paintings and limited-edition prints by artist, Romero Britto, offer a way to showcase the characters in the home or workplace, inspired by cubism, pop art and graffiti painting.

The world of sports, “Sesame Street” and fine art collide in a new line of limited-edition, jersey-clad character prints. Cookie Monster and Elmo can be seen in NHL or MLB team colors in ink sketch pieces from S Preston Art + Designs, distributed in the U.S. and Canada. Additional fine art collaborations are coming soon.

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