Toy Art Gallery, Saban, Bandai and Sweets Streets present "Power Rangers 20 Rangers for 20 Years", a 20th Anniversary art exhibition and pop-up shop opening this weekend 12/7 and 12/8 at Toy Art Gallery in Los Angeles. The event will highlight popular artists and designers from around the world and their one-of-a-kind painted 31” Ranger statues, provided by JAKKS Pacific, Inc. The event will feature music by Iheartcomix DJs Franki Chan and $U$PECT as well as Asian-fusion food by the Jogasaki Sushi Burrito food truck. Each customized Ranger statue will be available for purchase on-site at Toy Art Gallery and online at shop.toyartgallery.com
during the event and throughout the weekend. Bandai America Incorporated, will be providing product for display, including one-of-a-kind toys from their archives and upcoming Super Megaforce toys. The gallery will also be hosting a Power Rangers pop-up shop featuring products for purchase from Mishka, who will be debuting a capsule of three Power Rangers T-shirts, two designed by Daniel Dussualt and one by L'Amour Supreme. The pop-up shop will also include products from a variety of additional Power Rangers partners including Buckle Down, Acme Archives, and more.
20 Rangers for 20 Years will feature hand painted Ranger statues from 64 Colors, Ardabus Rubber, Bei Badgirl, Cope2, CRASH, Frank Kozik, Indie 184, Jim Mahfood, Josh Mayhem, Jryu, Kano, Lamour Supreme, Malcolm Stuart, Martin Hsu, Martin Ontiveros, Mathew Curan, MEGGS, Mikie Graham, Olek, Pretty In Plastic, Scott Tolleson, Shojono Tomo, Superdeux, TADO, Simone Legno of Tokidoki, and more.
The exhibition will take place this weekend, Dec. 7-8, starting off with a launch event at Toy Art Gallery on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 7-10 p.m.