Today is Stranger Things Day! First celebrated on 6th November 2018, the 35th anniversary of Will Byers disappearance in Season 1, the day was originally created by fans to commemorate this incredible series and it has continued to be celebrated globally on the same date every year since.
As one of the most popular and multi-award-winning shows in Netflix history, we are all extremely excited about Season 4 coming to our screens in 2022.
To salute this day and this amazing series, we thought we would show you some of our favourite official Stranger Things products, which make ideal gift choices for the fan in your life.
This impressive calendar is full of stunning retro themed prints with perforated edges so that you can once you are finished with the calendar, you can easily remove the prints and frame them. Presented in a beautiful A3 envelope with foil finishing, this would make a lovely gift for any Stranger Things fan
Ideal for any Stranger Things collector’s, this vibrant box set includes an official 2022 square calendar, hardback A5 diary and branded pen, all beautifully presented in an iconic themed box. This remarkable gift set will help any fan stay organised in style in 2022.
These fantastic, personalised cards can be customised inside and out, making them ideal for all fans. Ranging from Birthday to Christmas cards, the choice of personalisation enables these cards to be just that little bit more unique and special for the recipient.
Check out the rest of our official Stranger Things collection, where you can buy the personalised cards, and of course the new 2022 calendar and diary range, at https://danilo.com/collections/stranger-things
Plus check out these fun facts about Stranger Things that you may not already know:
Stranger Things season 1 was filmed in Atlanta, Georgia and won 5 Emmy Awards.
In Season 1, Millie Bobby Brown loved the record player so much that she asked her Dad to buy it for her for Christmas.
Director Shawn Levy gave Winona Rider and David’s Harbour’s characters the on-set nickname of Jopper (Joyce and Hopper).
The Duffer brothers were heavily influenced by Stephen King and Steven Spielberg.