If you will be in Los Angeles this weekend, be sure to visit the Toy Art Gallery, which is hosting a Power Rangers 20th anniversary art and exhibition pop-up shop.
Curated by Sweet Streets, the Power Rangers exhibition, 20 Rangers for 20 Years, will highlight popular artists and designers from around the world and their one-of-a-kind painted 31-inch Ranger statues. Jakks Pacific provided the statues.
The exhibition will take place December 7–8, starting off with a launch event at Toy Art Gallery on Saturday, December 7 from 7–10 pm. 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.
20 Rangers for 20 Years will feature hand-painted Ranger statues from artists such as 64 Colors, Bei Badgirl, Cope2, CRASH, Frank Kozik, Indie 184, Jim Mafood, Jryu, Kano, Lamour Supreme, Malcolm Stuart, Mathew Curan, MEGGS, Mikie Graham, Olek, Pretty In Plastic, Shojono Tomo, Superdeux, TADO, Simone Legno of Tokidoki and more. In addition, special pieces from Saban Brands artists will also be on display throughout the weekend.
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.
The 20 Rangers for 20 Years exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information visit www.sweetstreetsla.comand follow the exhibition on Sweet Streets’ Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #20Rangersfor20Years.