For all of our EPCOT fans like myself, I’m excited to share that if you were unable to get your hands on last year’s limited edition EPCOT posters, you’re in luck! A new collection of stunning screen print posters and lithographs featuring favorite attractions and magical park experiences of the past and future are coming to shopDisney.com throughout 2021 beginning today!
“Make way, make way!” The first screen print poster themed to the upcoming Journey of Water, Inspired by “Moana” experience is available now and has kicked off this yearlong series of limited release posters featuring the four EPCOT neighborhoods that are part of the park’s historic transformation currently underway. The initial set of posters – launching over the next few months – highlight experiences from the World Nature neighborhood including Soarin’ Around the World, The Land and The Living Seas.
Each poster in the collection is 24×36 inches in size and differ from previous EPCOT posters as they are screen printed on archival black paper and feature glossy, metallic art finishes! Stay tuned because new posters will be released each month throughout the year and once a new piece launches, the previous design will no longer be available…
Along with the new posters, each quarter, you’ll be able to collect fun 14×18 inch open edition EPCOT lithographs of the posters along with others from the accompanying neighborhood also available now on shopDisney.com.
Keep checking back to shopDisney.com as more designs highlighting experiences from other neighborhoods, including World Discovery, World Showcase and World Celebration will be coming to shopDisney.com later this year! Which design are you looking forward to most?
Will these be available globally? I can’t see them at Shop Disney and would love the opportunity to have some of these!
Will these prints be sold in the parks?
These are beautiful posters. But I wish Disney would be historically correct with them: Kitchen Kabaret was at EPCOT Center, while The Living Seas was at EPCOT Center and Epcot. Both were gone by the time the park became EPCOT in 2019.
Any word whether all of the prints released last year will be available in the new formats, or just a subset?