In decorating our new studio (did we mention we had a new studio? – oh, we did? Sorry.) we have been desperately trying to source some original Disney film posters. Not poster designed recently to promote a new edition of the original films, but replicas of the posters that were created in the 30s, 40s and 50s.
Turns out they pretty much don’t exist. Which sucks.
This is really just a long winded way of getting to today’s point, which is to show you some awesome artwork that we discovered for some of the Pixar films during our search for these posters, as well as the original ride posters in Disneyland California which were the inspiration for them.
(And also to put it out there on the world wide web that should anyone know where we can get the posters we want, we’ll either:
- Bake you some cookies
- Sing you a song
- Draw you a caricature (that may or may not look anything like you )
They’re by hugely talented Pixar artist Eric Tan, and are inspired by the styles of the 50s, and by these posters for the original rides at Disneyland California.