Shop Disney Now Has Four New Limited Edition EPCOT Posters Available

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If you collect the EPCOT limited edition posters, there are four more available today including: The PLAY! Pavilion, Test Track, Wonders of Life and World of Motion. Two of the designs are by Eric Tan and two of the designs are by Stacey Aoyama. Each poster is limited to 300 pieces.

Let’s take a look!

EPCOT PLAY! Pavilion Limited Edition Poster – $90

Here’s the write-up:

The PLAY! Pavilion is an interactive city where guests discover games and experiences that connect them with their favorite Disney characters. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster features the city-like aspects of the new Pavilion.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort

  • Limited Edition of 300
  • Artist – Stacey Aoyama
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic archival paper A serigraph is a reproduction of artwork through silk-screening. Considered a ”traditional” printmaking technique, it is an analog process that takes the careful eye of a master printer and color separator
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Part of the World Discovery Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works”

EPCOT Test Track Limited Edition Poster – $90

Here’s the write-up:

Experience revving through rough terrain and obstacles along the winding circuit on Test Track. Created by artist Eric Tan, this limited edition poster shows the futuristic theming and speed of Test Track, recently updated and lastly redesigned in 2012.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort

  • Limited Edition of 300
  • Artist – Eric Tan
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic archival paper A serigraph is a reproduction of artwork through silk-screening. Considered a ”traditional” printmaking technique, it is an analog process that takes the careful eye of a master printer and color separator
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Part of the World Discovery Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works

EPCOT Wonders of Live Pavilion Limited Edition Poster – $90

Poor Buzzy

Here’s the write-up:

Previously the Wonders of Life Pavilion in EPCOT was where families could learn about the human body, medicine, physical fitness and so much more. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster features aspects of the pavilion, which is now being constructed as the new PLAY! Pavilion.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort

  • Limited Edition of 300
  • Artist – Stacey Aoyama
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic archival paper A serigraph is a reproduction of artwork through silk-screening. Considered a ”traditional” printmaking technique, it is an analog process that takes the careful eye of a master printer and color separator
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Part of the World Discovery Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works

EPCOT World of Motion Limited Edition Poster – $90

Here’s the write-up:

Previously located in the Transportation pavilion, World of Motion focused on history and achievements made in the transportation world. Created by artist Eric Tan, this limited edition poster revisits the beloved slow-motion attraction, which was closed and replaced by Test Track in 1999.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort

  • Limited Edition of 300
  • Artist – Eric Tan
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic archival paper A serigraph is a reproduction of artwork through silk-screening. Considered a ”traditional” printmaking technique, it is an analog process that takes the careful eye of a master printer and color separator
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Part of the World Discovery Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works”

I do find it interesting that these four posters are actually two sets of two when you realize that one is the original version of a pavilion and one is the current version. World of Motion became Test Track and Wonders of Live is becoming the PLAY! Pavilion, if the rumors that they are pausing the area due to finances aren’t true.

If you are interested I would grab them now. They go fast.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Shop Disney


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