Puzzle will feature the work of celebrated artist Harry Wysocki, while home decor will feature brands including Hot Wheels.
TCG (formerly The Canadian Group) is growing its product offerings to include puzzles, games and play accessories.
The company has acquired the Hometown trademark a leading art brand featuring the work of celebrated folk artist Harry Wysocki (also known as Heronim).
In addition, TCG is expanding into home décor for the first time with its innovative new Tidy Town line of storage and play units inspired by some of the best-loved kid's properties including Hot Wheels (pictured), Paw Patrol, Peppa Pig, PJ Masks and Thomas & Friends. TCG’s 2017 product line-up will launch at mass-market retailers in the US and Canada this Autumn.
Other new licenses featured in TCG’s 2017 product line-up include Animal Jam for a variety of games and puzzles as well as Blaze and the Monster Machines and Super Wings for the company’s Mega Mats collection of playmats. In addition, the company is readying a host of Super Wings games and puzzles.
“We are thrilled to showcase the beautiful artwork of Heronim in our puzzle collection, so that consumers can embrace the simplicity and beauty of his signature style with this range of new products that helps bring families together,” said Jessica Gavin, VP marketing & licensing, TCG.
“We’re also very excited to enter the home décor category with our introductory Tidy Town line of creative storage units that double as play zones. These new items are designed to bring kids’ favourite characters into their everyday lives in a fun new way, while providing parents with welcome solutions for keeping their children’s rooms neat and tidy.”