New, Eye-Catching Disney Character Chalk Art That’ll Wow You

Julia Ohlrich

by , Internal Communications Specialist, Walt Disney Imagineering

Keep an eye out, EPCOT has introduced new characters to the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts you won’t want to miss! “Chalk Full of Characters” has returned once again, this new cast of Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios characters brought to life by our Disney Imagineers are sure to charm.

Curious who you can spot around EPCOT? We have the complete list of characters and their locations found around the World Showcase!

Dante from “Coco” – Mexico

Don’t go un poco loco looking for Dante! As you head into the Mexico Pavilion, be sure to look in both directions where he’s demonstrating both his dog and alebrije forms.

Snowgies from “Frozen Fever” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Snowgies from “Frozen Fever” – Norway

Adjacent to Royal Sommerhus, look up! A group of snowgies can be found playing on the side of the building — there’s no short of mischief and fun when it comes to these miniature snowmen.

Bruni from “Frozen 2” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Bruni from “Frozen 2” – Norway

What better place for a fire spirit to hang out than a fireplace? Bruni can be spotted in the fireplace near Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe.

Little Brother from “Mulan” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Little Brother from “Mulan” – China

Walk just past the House of Good Fortune and look to the left, Little Brother is anxiously awaiting his bone.

Mushu and Cri-Kee from “Mulan” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Mushu and Cri-Kee from “Mulan” – China

Near the Joy of Tea, Mushu and Cri-Kee are looking through a hole in the wall — we see they’re doing a great job staying out of trouble!

Pascal from “Tangled” – Germany

Finding Pascal requires a little game of hide and seek, times three! This well-camouflaged reptile can be seen painting on the outside of the Germany pavilion, blending in near Sommerfest and enjoying a caramel popcorn treat near Karamell-Küche.

Luca & Alberto from “Luca” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Luca, Alberto & Machiavelli from “Luca” – Italy

Find Luca and Alberto making a splash inside the fountain near Gelateria Toscana. Don’t miss Machiavelli keeping a close eye on the friends.

Meeko & Flit from “Pocahontas” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Meeko & Flit from “Pocahontas” – American Adventure **New!**

Just like Meeko, we would climb to any height for a good biscuit! Over at the American Adventure pavilion, Meeko and Flit can be seen playing on a column to the right of Kidcot.

Duffy & Gelatoni art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Duffy & Gelatoni – Japan

Look up and to the left of Mitsukoshi, Duffy & Gelatoni are busy creating an art masterpiece of their own. If there was a festival made for Gelatoni, the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts would be it!

Misukoshi from “Monsters, Inc.” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Sushi Chef from “Monsters, Inc.” – Japan

You think this is about sushi? It’s actually about Mitsukoshi over in Japan! Here you can spot everyone’s favorite Sushi Chef busy preparing food for all to enjoy.

Abu from “Aladdin” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Abu from “Aladdin” – Morrocco

Abu is scheming away over in Morocoo! Head towards the Fez House and turn right, you may spot this loyal monkey above some tables grabbing a pot.

Abigail and Amelia Gabble and Uncle Waldo from “The Aristocats” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Abigail and Amelia Gabble and Uncle Waldo from “The Aristocats” – France **New!**

Waddle on over to the France pavilion where Abigail and Amelia Gabble and Uncle Waldo are on the wall looking across to International Gateway.

Emile & Remy from “Ratatouille” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Remy & Emile from “Ratatouille” – France

As you head towards Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, be sure to look on the left for everyone’s favorite rat brothers, Remy and Emile! Remy is scurrying on the ledge above while Emile enjoys a macaron.

Critters from “The Sword in the Stone” – United Kingdom

One critter, two critter … don’t miss these furry friends from “The Sword in the Stone” near the gazebo in the United Kingdom.

“The Great Mouse Detective” character art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

“The Great Mouse Detective” characters – United Kingdom **New!**

Head to the Lords and Ladies shop in the United Kingdom and look up for a few friends from “The Great Mouse Detective.”

Peter Pan from “Peter Pan” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Peter Pan from “Peter Pan” – United Kingdom

With a little faith, trust and pixie dust, you might spot Peter Pan’s shadow flying near the clock in the UK pavilion.

Koda from “Brother Bear” art during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Koda from “Brother Bear” – Canada

We lost our dear brother bear, Koda! It’s like we can still hear his voice? Oh wait, he’s over there sitting atop a rock by the river in Canada — oops.

Transforming the park into a canvas of creativity, “Chalk Full of Characters” is just one of the many ways our Imagineers infuse art into this spectacular event!

If you’re planning to join us at the festival this year, we have you covered with a complete guide to all the eats, plus a look at the offerings you can’t miss this year! Want to keep that one little spark of inspiration going at home? Check out two Figment Color by Number downloadable sheets to share our excitement for the festival from anywhere in the world!

Comments

  • This is amazing! I don’t think Monsters gets enough credit in Disney World so that was cool that you included one of them. Also love Remy and Emile! Both of those are favorite stories of mine