'Mr Blobby Collection' is home to the world's largest collection of Mr Blobby memorabilia.
We're dedicated to celebrating the weird and wonderful legacy of Mr Blobby and all the merchandise that arrived with him, creating nostalgia for the Blobby generation!
You can view over 300 products in our online archive, from tomato ketchup to teapots!
In 1992, ahead of the second series of "Noel's House Party", the BBC came up with a new way to prank unsuspecting celebrities.
Producer Michael Leggo drew a rough sketch of a large pink-being with yellow spots...and Mr Blobby was born!
Mr Blobby first appeared on 24th October 1992, pranking dancer Wayne Sleep, awarding him his Gotcha Oscar. But before long, Mr Blobby became a celebrity in his own right. He took the UK by storm, receiving more fan mail than Noel Edmonds, before beating Take That to the Christmas No. 1 spot with his own song in 1993.
During the 90s, "Blobbymania" hit the nation. Woolworths was filled with pink lemonade cans, Marks & Spencer boasted selling 16,000 Blobby Birthday Cakes every week!
It wasn't just the shop shelves Mr Blobby raided, he even had his own theme-parks, home-videos and live shows where thousands of children would flock to catch a glimpse of their favourite pink and yellow hero.
During 1996, Mr Blobby became a regular on the BBC's "Live & Kicking", causing even more mayhem!
Eventually, in March 1999, "Noel's House Party" came to an end after low ratings and disputes between Noel Edmonds and the BBC. Mr Blobby continued to entertain, appearing frequently in pantomimes and children's television in the early 2000s, including as a series regular on "Jim Davidson's Generation Game" between 2001 and 2002.
More recently, Mr Blobby's been making regular appearances for ITV and Channel 4 including "Loose Women" and "The Last Leg". In 2019, he appeared in an advert campaign celebrating 100 Years of Tesco, visiting several stores across the UK.
You can view his latest antics on his YouTube Channel here.