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Tag Archives: retro
The robots are coming! The robots are coming! Today, Disney Store announced the launch of its exclusive Vinylmation Robots series invading Disney Store locations nationwide and DisneyStore.com on Friday July 22nd. Disney Store artists who designed this series found their … Continue reading
The creator of the popular TV Theme Song video FreddeGredde, nee Fredrick Larsson, has come out with another great song. This one is seven minutes of your favorite cartoon theme songs. Of course this includes many Disney Afternoon hits like: … Continue reading
This is the original sign from when the attraction closed 16 years ago When you think of EPCOT you don’t typically think Retro. After all it’s Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. And yet, there is something natural about having science … Continue reading
Check out the Computer Chronicles archive video from 1990 with Sam Palahnuk from Disney Software demoing the “Disney Animation Studio” for the Amiga. How cool was that. I wonder how many of today’s animators got their start with this software.