Just hanging out, enjoying the ride.
So Jon Stewart was at our gala. And someone put this together. And we liked it.
Go! Wipe! Flush! Wash your hands! … and EARN A STICKER!
(This is from our new iPhone/iPad app, Potty Time with Elmo. It’s probably not appropriate for you, but we hope you know a child or two who can use it. And EARN A STICKER!)
Many of the walls at Sesame Workshop, the non-profit behind Sesame Street, are big chalk boards. So it only makes sense that artists who work at Sesame Workshop turned them into huge murals of Elmo, Cookie Monster, and more. One of the artists talks about the process — and shows some more of his work — over on our blog.
One… two… three… four… fix… six! Six Sesame Street cupcakes! Ah ha ha ah!
It’s Vincent van Gogh’s birthday! To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Sesamstraat, the Dutch version of Sesame Street, Sesame Workshop partnered with the Amsterdam-based Vincent van Gogh Museum, where Bedroom in Arles hangs, to recreate a version of the famous painting featuring Elmo, Bert, Ernie and the beloved Sesamstraat MuppetsTM Ienie Mienie, Tommie, Purk and Pino. The special painting, which was unveiled by Sesamstraat actor Frank Groothof, was on display at the museum in December 2011.
Read more about it here.