One-chick ponies

Mortimer, Ruth
September 2005
Brand Strategy;Sep2005, Issue 195, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that toy company Hasbro commissioned female artists to create custom My Little Pony models for a special exhibition in New York City. Objective of the Pony Project; Artists who participated in the project; Efforts of Hasbro to update My Little Pony brand.


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