Annoying Orange will be making an appearance at the American International Toy Fair in New York this February. Created by Dane Boedigheimer, Annoying Orange took the Internet by storm when it debuted on YouTube in October 2009, and since then it has racked up more than one billion total views with more than 2.4 million YouTube channel subscribers.
The Collective will be showcasing several product lines inspired by Annoying Orange. The Bridge, which debuted the Annoying Orange toy line at last year’s Toy Fair, will showcase the Annoying Orange Fresh Talking Target Game, which allows kids to take aim at an annoying target and easily hang the board in their desired location to let the playing begin. Annoying Orange and the Kitchen Crew challenge players with funny jokes and heckles like, “Hey! Hey Player! What kind of throw was that?!” This set includes six balls for endless play and is great for kids 4 and up.
Additionally, Sakar will be showing a few new Annoying Orange SKUs including USBs, laptop slipcovers, and cases for iPhone and iPad. Meanwhile, Classic Imports will be featuring glassware, gift, and novelty items.
Play Visions introduces Annoying Orange sound pens featuring a variety of phrases from the characters. Users depress the characters and listen for the famous puns from Orange and the rest of the kitchen crew. Also introduced for the first time are the Annoying Orange Temporary Tattoos; each package contains multiple fan favorite character images. Newly released, 3D Lenticular stickers come in packs of four, and the image viewed changes every time it is viewed from a different angle.