Spaceship Earth and Imagination Limited Release Posters Now Available

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Disney had two new limited edition posters at Shop Disney. This time they feature two beloved attractions: Spaceship Earth and Journey Into Imagination. They are designed by Eric Tan and are 36″ X 24″ on archival quality paper. (Note shipping is high on these.)

They are available through 12/31/2021.

Let’s take a look!

Imagination Poster – $99

  • Limited Release: Available only through 12/31/21
  • Artist: Eric Tan
  • Fine art serigraph printed on black archival paper made in Italy
  • EPCOT logo and attraction title printed with metallic inks
  • Metallic accent inks sparkle subtly as light catches them
  • Enhanced with a spot varnish
  • 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

Spaceship Earth Poster – $99

  • Limited Release: Available only through 12/31/21
  • Artist: Eric Tan
  • Fine art serigraph printed on black archival paper made in Italy
  • EPCOT logo and attraction title printed with metallic inks
  • Metallic accent inks sparkle subtly as light catches them
  • Enhanced with a spot varnish
  • 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

You can buy them now on ShopDisney!

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