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My Little Pony Project 2012

By Kate, Editor in Chief

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The My Little Pony Project is coming to Los Angeles, May 5 - May 26, 2012.
"Hasbro's MY LITTLE PONY Project returns in 2012 with a year-long global celebration of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, an art exhibition dedicated to My Little Pony's favorite charities around the world. 2012 marks the first world tour of the MY LITTLE PONY Project, engaging talents in Los Angeles, New York, and Tokyo, Japan. 
This special exhibition launches in Los Angeles on May 5, 2012 at Toy Art Gallery and will showcase the MY LITTLE PONY Project charity ponies,18" My Little Pony figures designed by international fine artists, and My Little Pony pop-up shop by WeLoveFine. Select shops from Toy Art Gallery to JapanLA, Joyrich, Munky King, and more will host secret pony items, turning Melrose Avenue into "My Little Pony Avenue". Please join us in celebrating the world of My Little Pony. 
Featuring ponies by:
64 Colors
Ana Bagayan
Angry Woebots
Blamo (Mikie Graham)
Blythe (Junie Moon)
Jillian Kate
Julie West
Lisa Alisa
Luke Chueh
Madoka Kinoshita
Martin Hsu
Mark Mothersbaugh
Miss Kika
Onch Movement
Pee-wee Herman
Perez Hilton
Shojono Tomo
Sket One
and more"
The My Little Pony Project originated in 2008, part of the 25th Anniversary Celebration of My Little Pony.
"For 25 years, Hasbro’s beloved MY LITTLE PONY® brand has brought fun, friendship, and joy of play to millions of little girls around the world. In honor of this remarkable milestone, Hasbro is sponsoring the “MY LITTLE PONY PROJECT: 25 Ponies for 25 Years” program. The “MY LITTLE PONY PROJECT: 25 Ponies for 25 Years” program is an international collection of 18” MY LITTLE PONY figures designed by popular culture’s influential people and organizations. The program was created not only to be a celebration of the whimsical nature of the brand, but also as a way to support Give Kids The World Village, a non-profit that strives to provide magical memories for children with life-threatening illnesses. We’re inviting a host of international celebrities, fashion designers, and artists to design a one-of-a-kind MY LITTLE PONY figure. The entire “MY LITTLE PONY PROJECT: 25 Ponies for 25 Years” collection will be unveiled at a New York City event in fall of this year. Ponies from the “MY LITTLE PONY Project: 25 Ponies for 25 Years” collection will also be available for auction, with a portion of the proceeds going to Give Kids The World Village. We invite you to learn more about Give Kids The World Village by visiting their web site at Whether you played with MY LITTLE PONY yourself or know a special little girl who still does, tap into your magical MY LITTLE PONY memories and keep checking the site for updates about the most whimsical, wonderful event of the year!"
The Junko Mizuno Collector Pony was based on a design for the 2008 My Little Pony Project.

Junko Mizuno Collector Pony


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