New Harmonious, Illuminations, and Millennium Celebration are Now Available on Shop Disney

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Shop Disney has three new limited edition posters available today including: Harmonious, Illuminations and EPCOT’s 2000 Millennium Celebration. Each one is $90.

Let’s take a look:

Harmonious

Here’s the write-up:

“Harmonious is an all-new, transformative spectacular that celebrates how the music of Disney can inspire people from around the world. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster shows the beauty of the new nighttime spectacular that will shortly be replacing IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.

The poster is created by artist Stacey Aoyama and is limited to 300 pieces.

Illuminations

Here is the write-up:

“llumiNations: Reflections of Earth had its last performance September 30, 2019. The show represented the idea of humanity as a single unified tribe on this planet. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster represents the inspiration that was held for the 20 years of IllumiNations. Recently re-imagined to a new show, Harmonious, coming soon.

This poster is also designed by Stacey Aoyama and has a run of 300 pieces.

EPCOT’s Millennium Celebration 

Here’s the write-up:

Running from October 1999 to January 2001, the Millennium Celebration commemorated human potential and possibilities for the future. Created by artist Eric Tan, this limited edition poster represents the changes within Epcot during this time, such as a new firework show, IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth, and the wand connected to Spaceship Earth.

This poster is was designed by artist Eric Tan and is limited to 300 pieces.

I would grab them quickly if you are interested. They sell out fast!

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Source: Shop Disney



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