The ‘My Little Pony Project 2012' Presents One-of-a-Kind Char

 - May 6, 2012
References: toyartgallery & coolhunting
Everyone has those childhood toys that never left their side, and the 'My Little Pony Project 2012' show dives into these past experiences. These famous and vibrant pony figurines sport multicolored hair, majestic designs on their bodies and even have their own names. Some names include, Cotton Candy, Clue Belle, Minty, Blossom and Butterscotch. After 30 years of business, MLP is as successful as ever, releasing new and intriguing versions of the classic pony.

The My Little Pony Project 2012 exhibit showcases the work of twenty-five noteworthy artists, including Perez Hilton, Ana Bagayan and Martin Hsu, who have each created a one-of-a-kind My Little Pony 18-inch figurine. These petite ponies also will model jewelry, custom-designed specifically for this exhibit by Onch Movement, a company that heads up eccentric jewelry designs for popstar Nicki Minaj. These artistic toys are not just for viewing pleasure but are up for grabs during the exhibit, with 10% of sales going to Give Kids the World Organization.