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One-Stop Searching: Vinylmation

posted on October 9th, 2010 by Thomas Smith, Social Media Director, Disney Parks


Vinylmation Visuals
Vinylmation is the latest collecting craze to take Disney Parks by storm. With the help of Disney Parks Blog author Steven Miller, we’ve taken you behind the scenes of Vinylmation and even given you some sneak peeks at new figures. Here’s a look at some of our favorite Vinylmation posts.

Vinylmation artists have found many creative ways to represent Disney characters and stories.

Vinylmation – Toy Story – Now in 9-Inch – The Toy Story characters have made their extra-large Vinylmation debut.

Vinylmation – The Animal Kingdom – What’s your favorite animal? You might be able to find it in this collection.

Disney Trading: Time For Steampunk – Check out these Steampunk-inspired pieces.

Having A Laugh – This series was inspired by classic Mickey Mouse cartoons.

A Vinylmation Toy Story – Go behind the scenes of the Toy Story Vinylmation series.

This is Vinylmation, Jr. – These tiny collectibles are half the size of the original 3-inch figures.

Vinylmation ’55 – The Mickey Mouse Club – This series was inspired by the 55th Anniversary of Disneyland Resort.

The Colorful World of Oh Mickey! – Featuring several colorful designs, this series was first to incorporate choice and mystery – you can choose your favorite 3-inch figure and then be surprised by the hidden 1.5-inch figure packaged with it.

A Celebration for Any Season, Day or Time… – Vinylmation Holiday Series #1 celebrated occasions throughout the year.

It’s the Muppet … Vinylmation! – Do you love the Muppets? Check out Vinylmation Muppets Series #1!

Too Cute-sters! – The Cutesters series is a departure from the previous Park, Urban and Holiday Vinylmation series.

Designing Vinylmation – To celebrate the first year of Vinylmation, we launched the Park 3 series.

Holiday Inspired Vinylmation Series in Disney Parks – Last year, we celebrated the holidays with Vinylmation Holiday Series #1.

Vinylmation isn’t just for collecting. You can also trade figures and create your own!

How to Trade Vinylmation – This video is your step-by-step guide to trading Vinylmation.

Video Shows How To Create ‘World of Color’ Vinylmation – Southern California artist Noah shows how to create your own Vinylmation.

Would You Like to Trade? – Vinylmation trading is available at select merchandise locations at Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort and Disney Cruise Line.

Creating Your Own Vinylmation – Vinlymation artists share ideas for creating your own Vinylmation.

D Street stores at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts are your go-to resource for all things Vinylmation.

Vinylmation Creation Station Coming to D-Street in Florida – Vinylmation Creation Station is a destination for Vinylmation creativity in D-Street at the Downtown Disney WestSide in Florida.

Doors to D-Street to Officially Open – We celebrated the official Grand Opening of D-Street at the Downtown Disney WestSide in Florida on Friday, April 16.

Vinylmation Visuals – Take a behind-the-scenes look as D-Street at the Downtown Disney WestSide in Florida prepared to open this Spring.

D Street Opens its Doors – We celebrated the December 19 opening of D Street at Disneyland Resort with a special release from the Motor Mouse series.

Meet the Artist: Behind-the-Scenes of D Street – Learn all about D Street in this interview with the artist Noah.

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4 Comments

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Anonymous on October 10th, 2010 at 4:51 pm

Hmmmm

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Anonymous on October 10th, 2010 at 5:34 pm

I’ve always wanted to be a Mary. Oh joyous day!

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Angel from FL on October 10th, 2010 at 6:33 pm

Just a quick correction…

I work at the new Imagination Park Disney Store in Tampa and we sell Vinylmation too. It’s the “Have a Laugh” collection :)

Thanks!

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Joseph from VA on October 14th, 2010 at 11:30 pm

With so many different lines – I’m afraid it’s had the opposite affect on me, I’ve stopped buying.

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