Magical Unicorns

Following up on discussions from our mailing list about the need for a Magical Soldering Unicorn I’ve gone ahead and drafted a first version prototype of what this might look like. I took the liberty of selecting purple sparkles as the colorway, though the final decision on that could certainly be changed before production. The value of something like this is pretty obvious and I expect this to be just the first in an ongoing series of Crash Space sponsored Magical Unicorns.

This entry was posted by Sean Bonner on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 at 6:24 pm and is filed under News & Updates. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response below, or trackback from your own site.

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  1. April 1st, 2010

    @ 6:43 pm

    JM posted:

    I would have expected something more like… http://jessicastover.com/gm_0706/images/2821283263_249f16e302.jpg

  2. April 1st, 2010

    @ 7:17 pm

    Thomas posted:

    I should expect that you won’t have any trouble getting girl crashers now.

  3. April 2nd, 2010

    @ 3:29 am

    finally a worth mascot!

  4. November 10th, 2010

    @ 3:03 pm

    […] More pics in the Crash Hour Flickr pool. “The value of something like this,” Sean observes, “is attractive […]

  5. November 10th, 2010

    @ 4:32 pm

    […] Little Maker of the Day: Crash Space’s Matt “Spacehippy” Pinner brings Sean Bonner’s dream of a soldering My Little Pony to life in the form of “Sparkles” — the only unicorn doll to […]

  6. November 11th, 2010

    @ 9:32 am

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  7. November 11th, 2010

    @ 2:28 pm

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  8. November 11th, 2010

    @ 2:30 pm

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  9. November 17th, 2010

    @ 9:24 am

    Margaret posted:

    I want this soddering pony and I want it now!!! Please someone, make this so I can own it! And keep it on my desk. :)

  10. July 31st, 2012

    @ 2:56 pm

    […] Matt Pinner made this pony called Sparkles with a soldering iron for a horn. It was inspired by an idea from Sean […]

  11. July 31st, 2012

    @ 3:31 pm

    […] Matt Pinner made this pony called Sparkles with a soldering iron for a horn. It was inspired by an idea from Sean […]

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