Saban to Hold Power Rangers Exhibition

A sneak peak at artist Jim Mafood’s Ranger.

Saban is holding an art exhibition and accompanying pop-up shop this weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Power Rangers brand.

The 20 Rangers for 20 Years exhibition, which will be held at Toy Art Gallery in Los Angeles, Calif., will feature 20 31-inch Ranger statues provided by Jakks Pacific and painted by popular artists and designers from around the world.

Each customized Ranger statue will be available for purchase on-site and on the Toy Art Gallery website with a percentage of the proceeds donated to the Challengers Boys & Girls Club. Jakks Pacific will also donate toys to the Challengers Boys & Girls Club as part of their contribution to the exhibition.

The free event will take place Saturday and Sunday and is open to the public. In addition to the painted rangers, special pieces from Saban Brands’ artists will also be on display as well as the upcoming Super Megaforce toys and one-of-a-kind vintage Power Rangers toys from the brand’s master toy partner, Bandai America.

The gallery will also host a Power Rangers pop-up shop featuring products from Mishka, who will debut a capsule of three Power Rangers t-shirts, two designed by Daniel Dussault and one by L’Amour Supreme. Following the exhibition the shirts will also be available at Mishka stores in Brooklyn, Los Angeles and San Francisco as well as online.

The pop-up shop will also include products from a variety of additional Power Rangers partners including Buckle Down, Acme Archives and Loyal Subjects.

Finally, a Power Rangers 20th anniversary-inspired mural was painted in celebration of the exhibition that features a larger-than-life Red Ranger.