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Art Show at D Street in Anaheim

posted on June 15th, 2010 by Michelle Harker, Manager, Merchandise Marketing & Communications, Disneyland Resort

Hot off the Press! I love being the first to know when exciting events are in the works at Disneyland park! A little birdie (thanks, Merchandise Special Events Team!) just stopped by my desk to fill me in on an awesome new art show that D Street is hosting on Saturday, June 26! The best part about the art show is that it will have something for everyone – and I do mean EVERYONE – you’re sure to find something that’s right up your alley.

Love Princesses? Then the new Sleeping Beauty and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs inspired art is sure to find a happy home hanging from your living room wall.

D Street: Sleeping Beauty

D Street: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

If you’re looking for something edgier, then our Disney Underground art featuring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and other characters might be more your speed.

But if you’re in touch with the dark side, then our Star Wars inspired art is sure to use the power of the force to win you over.

D Street: Star Wars

Since most of the images of making their public debut at D Street on June 26, I wanted to give avid fans like you a sneak peek of what’s in store.

As if seeing some of this great art wasn’t enough… Disney Underground artist Steven Daily has just signed on to do a special art demonstration starting at 5 pm. Believe me, it’s a show you won’t want to miss!

This “don’t miss” art show will be on display from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on June 26 at D Street in Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort. Mark your calendars and make sure to sure to stop by & check it out. For more information visit

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Dancing Mickey Mouse at D-Street in Downtown Disney

posted on April 16th, 2010 by Thomas Smith, Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Here’s how you start a weekend – it’s dancing Mickey Mouse and friends at the opening of D-Street in Downtown Disney West Side in Florida. The doors officially opened today with Mickey jumping out of a giant Vinylmation box and leading the way.

Yesterday, we launched a quick tour of D-Street featuring some of the artwork, clothes, jewelry and Vinylmation figures. Will you be visiting?

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D Street Opens its Doors

posted on December 14th, 2009 by Michelle Harker, Manager, Merchandise Marketing & Communications, Disneyland Resort

Ever wish you could be in two places at once? Well, at D Street you can. I stopped by the new store just the other day, prior to opening, and it’s safe to say this is not your typical Disney location. This new location seems to push the envelope. The walls are tagged in a graffiti-like style with familiar Disney characters, and the artwork, apparel and accessories that line the walls have a much more dark, creative vibe. Even some of the clothing labels featured in the store, such as Bloc 28, The Art of Princess, Anime, Rock n’ Rolla and Harajuku Lovers, as well as jewelry designers Tarina Tarantino and Classic Hardware, take the underground art to a different level.

Tip: D Street, which officially opens Dec. 19, is one of the only locations in Downtown Disney that will actually carry Tron-inspired merchandise. And for those Alice in Wonderland fans, be sure to stop by in the weeks ahead as we release Alice in Wonderland merchandise inspired by the upcoming film.

D Street will also pave the way for everything Vinylmation™. Considered one of the flagship stores for Vinylmation™ figures, D Street will showcase the latest releases from various collections, including the Park Series and Urban Series. To celebrate the opening on December 19, there will be a special Vinylmation™ release from the Motor Mouse™ Series. Only 24 one-of-a-kind, 9-inch Vinylmation™ figures will be released from the artist Noah. Each work is custom pinstriped and is flat black to resemble custom hot rods in true Americana fashion. Each unique work is signed and numbered by the artist and is offered in a custom package of a construction lunchbox.

Tip: These rare collectible figures will probably go fast, since there are so few to be had, even though they will retail for $495, plus tax. For more information on this release visit

We have learned that the new location will celebrate its opening with a week of events and trunk shows, with representatives from labels such as Goorin, Ed Hardy and Junk Food, as well as the artist, Noah.

Calendar of Events

December 16, 2009
Goorin Hats Trunk Show 4PM – 7PM

December 17, 2009
Junk Food Trunk Show 4PM – 7PM

December 18, 2009
Ed Hardy 4PM – 7PM

December 19, 2009
Create Your Own Vinyl Experience with Noah 10AM – 12Noon
Art Demonstration & Signing with Noah 2PM – 5PM

So, be sure to hit the “street” and see what’s in store for you!

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