As of March 2015, Magic Pony has moved to 2104 Dundas Street West , Toronto and currently shares its headquarters with our contemporary art gallery, Narwhal.
Nuit Blanche 2015 marks the all-night art festival's 10th year in Toronto. Each year, curators bring together both Canadian and international artists to transform Toronto for one magical night.
"The 13" is Kidrobot's latest Dunny Series created by award winning, contemporary toy artist Brandt Peters. This Dunny series features thirteen evil souls providing a history lesson in the macabre based on classic All Hallows' Eve.
Owlclam is a Japanese-made vinyl figure standing 6.5" tall and featuring five points of articulation. Each figure is signed by the artist. Exclusively available at Magic Pony in very limited quantities.
Magic Pony is pleased to share Flat Sun on a Disc of Water, a new group exhibition opening at our sister gallery, Narwhal. Artists Leon Benn, Michelle Blade , Lisa Diquinzio, Paul Hardy, Hanna Hur and Josh Thorpe, come together together to create a harmony of tropic illusions as they contemplate the dualities of nature and the moods it can provoke.
We’re delighted to reveal the long awaited Violet Soda Lady 8” Dunny designed by Junko Mizuno and produced by Kidrobot. Based […]
Our plushy food pals Lemmy Lemonade, Mindi Mint, Flaco Taco, Bonny Box Melon, and Paulina, Petey, Pauly and Peah Pods recently landed in Toronto and we spent some time showing them around the city, introducing them to a few of our favourite snack shacks, bakeries, and food markets. Here are some highlights from our Toronto Yummy World Tour!
Narwhal Project is happy to share news of gallery artist Kozyndan's exhibition at Paul Smith in Marunouchi, Japan, as part of Art-a-Round, a project featuring exhibitions by international artists in Paul Smith's three locations in Japan.
We had the opportunity to visit visual artist Luke Painter in Toronto and garner some insight on the current exhibition, his artistic process, and inspirations. Roll Up That Tender Air and the Plant Dies, the Colour Fades runs until June 13 at Narwhal.
Toronto based art collective Team Macho and Fake Injury Party have been secretly at work on an animation for the upcoming digital project on CBC launching in Fall 2015.
From Ashley Wood and David Choe, to early Kidrobot classics like Labbits and Dunnys, from rare Medicom Kubrick sets to the mythological AD-AT by Bill McMullen - now is the time to score that coveted toy that you've always dreamed of adding to your collection. Shop now - Extremely limited stock!
Time to add some new art to your walls! We’re offering a special discount off all framed prints in our shop […]
Narwhal Contemporary is pleased to present Ambrosial Affair, an exhibition of new works by internationally celebrated Japanese artist Junko Mizuno. […]
One day while checking our Magic Pony e-mail we came across a note from Justin Wallis who wanted to share […]