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Artist Karen Hallion, whose Steampunk Disney Princesses we profiled in 2011, obviously loves Disney. But did you know, she is also a Doctor Who fan. Her illustrations that mashup Disney and Doctor Who are some of my favorites. Today only … Continue reading
I really love today’s TeeFury t-shirt featuring Queen Elsa from Disney’s Frozen and the words “Let it Go.” It reminds me of the “We Can Do It” Rosie the Riveter poster. The Shirt of the Day is just $11, but … Continue reading
Followers of this blog know that I keep an eye out for any new t-shirts Disney sells at the parks. They’ve actually been pretty good about releasing humorous or trendy graphics on a regular basis. Summer has always been a … Continue reading
Of the four major theme parks at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Animal Kingdom usually has the most stable product assortment. The same T-shirts (“Is that you Tigger?” and cuddly stuff animals sell over and over again. That’s not to say … Continue reading