(Venice, CA) March 23, 2012 – Knock Knock, leaders in witty, design-driven gift products and books, are tickled to introduce the Clump-o-Lump family, a line of super-swappable creatures unlike any other plush toys on the market. These collectible creations zip apart into three whimsical pieces—head, torso, and rump—that can be mixed, matched, and multiplied. Hailing from the great Land-o-Lump, Clump-o-Lumps are now available at retailers nationwide and online (www.clumpolump.com).
Clump-o-Lumps offer countless hours of creative play and imagination—with over 2,303 combinations possible, including “Two-Fers” (head + rump) and animal “Totem Poles” (head + many torsos + rump). The inaugural release features six characters: Frog-o the Frog, Bee-o the Bee, Shark-o the Shark, Bird-o the Bird, Tig-o the Tiger, and Squid-o the Squid—each with its own endearing personality. Clump-o-Lumps are perfect for kiddos of all kinds, ages 3–103. Just zip-and-match ’em to make ’em tall, small, or anything at all!
Clump-o-Lumps are already being widely touted on influential blogs, such as Wired.com’s “Geek Dad,” Kid Crave, LMNOP, swissmiss, and more. Cool Hunting declared that Clump-o-Lumps’ modular design allows children to create ”a multitude of combinations, from wildly species-bending critters for cuddling to mega-monsters that snake around the playroom.”
This spring, Knock Knock will hold “Color-a-Clump” parties at some of the nation’s coolest independent toy stores, with free Clump-o-Lump coloring books, fun activities, limited-edition party favors, and a raffle to win an entire set of six Clump-o-Lumps. Participating retailers will be announced in the coming weeks on www.clumpolump.com.
Clump-o-Lump is Knock Knock’s first plush toy. Knock Knock products are sold in over 6,000 stores in the United States, from stylish boutiques to booming chains, as well as distributed around the world. The entire Knock Knock catalog can be found and shopped online at www.knockknockstuff.com.
About Knock Knock
Knock Knock was founded on January 1, 2002, by Jen Bilik, with the mission of creating interesting, smart, well-designed gift and stationery products, along with anything else that might strike the Knock Knock fancy. Though many Knock Knock products aspire to functionality, all contain a healthy dose of humor, editorial content, and personality. In 2007, the company began publishing books, and in 2010, Knock Knock started to grow its line of children’s products. For more information, please visit www.knockknockstuff.com.