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The My Little Pony Project @ The Toy Art Gallery 

May 7, 2012
The My Little Pony Project exhibition launched in Los Angeles last Saturday night at the Toy Art Gallery and showcased the My Little Pony Project charity ponies, 18" My Little Pony figures designed by international fine artists, and a My Little Pony pop-up shop by WeLoveFine. Stores along Melrose Avenue from Toy Art Gallery to JapanLA, Joyrich, Munky King, and more hosted secret pony items, turning the famous street into "My Little Pony Avenue". The exhibition runs from May 5 to May 26. All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
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The My Little Pony Project exhibition launched in Los Angeles last Saturday night at the Toy Art Gallery and showcased the My Little Pony Project charity ponies, 18" My Little Pony figures designed by international fine artists, and a My Little Pony pop-up shop by WeLoveFine. Stores along Melrose Avenue from Toy Art Gallery to JapanLA, Joyrich, Munky King, and more hosted secret pony items, turning the famous street into "My Little Pony Avenue". The exhibition runs from May 5 to May 26. All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
Published on May 7, 2012
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