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There is a lot of talk going on about Disney’s queues right now. Kevin Yee writes about the new Winnie The Pooh queue. FoxxFur has her original article “The Third Queue” which she follows up on in her yearly recap … Continue reading
Disney has released a short featurette that goes behind the scenes on TRON: Legacy and looks at how the world of Tron was created for the film: TRON: Legacy opens nationwide December 17, 2010
I’ve remarked a few times before how I think that Disney’s crew of Tee-shirt designers hare doing an excellent job. Here’s another batch of pictures from the last few weeks.
Please welcome guest author Daniel Wanderman and photographer Liz Degen. All photos are from Liz unless otherwise noted. A big thanks to them both. As a Disney aficionado and frequent visitor to the parks, I jumped at the chance to … Continue reading
Designer Thom Shillinger worked at Walt Disney Imagineering during an exciting time. Unfortunately most of the excitement came from layoffs and projects that were blue-sky and never greenlit. One of those projects was known ans Project Meadow and Shillinger has … Continue reading