This set includes 500 colorful repositionable and interchangeable geometric stick-ons to promote mess-free and screen-free play.
Colorforms first launched in the 1950s by art students Harry and Patricia Kislevitz, after they bought rolls of flexible vinyl to create large works of art. They realized that the vinyl could stick to walls and offer a new medium for children’s play.
The first Colorforms set was hand-cut by Patricia Kislevitz; it currently hangs in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It became one of the first toys to be advertised on television and has sold over one billion sets since 1951.