There are four new, extremely limited, EPCOT posters out today on Shop Disney for the Wondrous World Collection II. Each are limited to only 200 pieces and are $90 each.
These pieces are done by Stacey Ayoma and are 27″ X 18″ including the 1/4″ boarder. They are serigraph pieces printed on Stardream silver metallic archival paper.
Today’s release includes:
Here’s the official write-up:
“As host to the World Showcase, The American Adventure pavilion links all nations, its central position reinforcing America’s status as a country comprised of people from all around the world. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster features the pavilion’s Georgian-style mansion along with several of the Spirits of America statues that line both sides of the theater found inside.”
“From the canals of Venice to the Cathedrals of Florence and the rustic villages in Tuscany to the ancient ruins in Rome, Italy’s natural splendors and man-made masterpieces make it one of the world’s most beloved countries. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster shows off several features of the Piazza San Marco in Venice that have been replicated in the EPCOT pavilion, including the two columns that pay tribute to the city’s current patron saint, St. Mark, and the city’s original patron saint, St. Theodore.”
Here is the write-up for this one:
“The Norway pavilion in EPCOT takes guests on a journey through the gateway to Scandinavia, where rune stones, fjords and some of the oldest rock formations in the world can be found in this Land of the Midnight Sun. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster showcases the pavilion’s replica stave church and the Viking statue that stands guard over its entrance.”
“Although all of the designs and concepts for the Morocco pavilion were done by Walt Disney Imagineering, the actual artwork and decorations were produced by Moroccan artisans who worked onsite for over six months, making the Morocco Showcase the most authentic pavilion in World Showcase. Created by artist Eric Tan, this limited edition poster features the pavilion’s replica of the Bab Bou Jeloud gate in the city of Fez and the bustling marketplace to which it leads.”
Grab these quick if you are interested.
Source: Shop Disney
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