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Kangaru unveils new partnership with The National Gallery for drawing, painting and activity sets

The National Gallery Company Ltd has announced a new deal with Kangaru Toys.

Kangaru unveils new partnership with The National Gallery for drawing, painting and activity sets Kangaru is one of the fastest growing toy brands in the world, specialising in innovative stationery, colouring, crafts, plush, STEM and novelty toys. Known for innovation, creativity and manufacturing capabilities, the company designs, develops, manufactures and markets creative branded products for children around the globe.

Within the UK, the Kangaru Toys range is being managed by Paul Fogarty at Two In One Direct.New drawing, painting and activity sets will be specially developed for the National Gallery, bringing together Kangaru's expertise in the arts, crafts and activity sector and the world-famous masterpieces in the National Gallery Collection.

The new range will include junior art sets and learn to paint sets, as well as adult art and colouring kits. The range will carry a 'create, paint and draw in the style of the great Masters' theme and will be branded under the National Gallery.

Joe DiPalma, founder and CEO of Kangaru Toys, says, "Kangaru is excited to join the National Gallery to introduce new artists of all ages to the National Gallery Collection."We'll supply children and adults with the right tools, pens, markers and inks, and canvas, while allowing them to be inspired by these great artists. Art kits and related supplied will bring the museum experience into homes and allow folks to explore their creativity while learning the stories behind the paintings and their narrative."

The range will be available in the National Gallery Shops and in art material specialty retailers over 2021. Prices will range from £10 to £29.99.

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