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Tag Archives: Art
Artist Mike Boon has created a very fun alphabet based on the Disney Channel’s popular animated series Phineas and Ferb. The full set is over on his blog.
A few years ago Disney remodeled the gallery inside the American Pavilion at EPCOT so they could host some world class attractions. It’s a small space, but I’ve been impressed which what they’ve used it for so far. A new … Continue reading
The Festival of the Masters event at Downtown Disney is often thought of the cream of the crop for artists on the art show circuit. You have to have won a prize at one of the other shows in order … Continue reading
The Festival of the Masters art show is one event I look forward to every year. Downtown Disney takes on a special vibe as the prestigious open-air fine arts festival features nearly 150 award-winning artists, sidewalk chalk art, limited-edition fine … Continue reading
Rhinoceroses have been hunted to the point of extinction for the value of their horn on the black market. One Disney Animal Keeper is turning that perceived value into a plus, and raising money by creating works of art that … Continue reading