Pam Sweet

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Pam Sweet
My Little Pony staff
Pictured: Your childhood
Active1983-1992, 2005?
Job(s)Character designer

"Note Pam’s masterful horses. No one drew horses, or ponies better!"
— Stefanie Clark Eskander

Pamela "Pam" Sweet (October 18, 1949) is an illustrator who worked as a character designer at Hasbro from the 1983 to 1992 and possibly in the mid 2000s and has designed at least a few My Little Pony characters. According to prolific toy designer Stefanie Clark Eskander, she also worked on Potato Head Kids.


Sweet was educated in Art and Education the Garland Junior College for Women and Fine Art at Art Institute of Boston. According to her Facebook page, Sweet worked under the Playskool division of Hasbro until 1988. In 1990, she founded her own company SweetART Studio, a freelance design firm.[1]

Her only confirmed character designs were Fizzy Pop and Angel Hearts -- the latter appearing to be an unused character.[2] She has worked at other prolific toy companies such as Tiger, Jakks Pacific and possibly Mattel.

As of March 2023, Sweet has been facing financial problems and started a GoFundMe.

External links



  1. Sweetdzine Facebook (Unknown). Retrieved on June 30, 2023.
  2. Eskander, Stefanie (October 18, 2022). This is my dear friend and fellow toy designer Pam Sweet. Retrieved on June 29, 2023.
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