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D23 Epcot Forever Poster Series

runnsally

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I originally planned on skipping a lot of them in the beginning. Moana, Soarin', Guardians, and Rat were also on the list of skips. Quite obviously said "screw it" pretty quickly. Figured I'm not buying much else of anything so what's another monthly donation of $100 to Mickey?

For Cyclops fans, this has been floating out there (in some online magazine) for a bit but there's an official Jungle Cruise serigraph by Josh Agle (artist name gets censored 🤣 ) coming out at some point this year. I believe it'll be 24x36, there'll be a variant, and be directly through Cyclops but not 100% sure. No word on pricing but I personally expect it to be quite a bit more then the Epcot series and in line with how much Josh Agle charges for his stuff. The Epcot stuff has been a huge bargain for serigraphs with as many colors as they use. And ink types. And overall size.
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$599 and LE 150. I’m tempted…
 

trainplane3

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$599 and LE 150. I’m tempted…
There’s a maximum of 149 left. I just bought one. Thanks for the heads up.
Yep I just shared this over on the FB page a few hours ago. I like it but I can't and don't really want to drop $600 on it. If it were Tomorrowland themed, I would've bought it already. Not a massive enough fan of Jungle Cruise art in general to jump on it.

Forgot to share the pricing a few days ago too. I think the framed version is $1200? **** will have the other version at a convention this weekend.
 

projectgamma

Active Member
$599 and LE 150. I’m tempted…
I agree. I was so tempted, but it was between the xbox halo series x or this as a once in a lifetime preorder score. I went with the halo xbox x. Two big purchases in the same month and my wallet will never talk back to me again.

Yep I just shared this over on the FB page a few hours ago. I like it but I can't and don't really want to drop $600 on it. If it were Tomorrowland themed, I would've bought it already. Not a massive enough fan of Jungle Cruise art in general to jump on it.
This would have made it an impossible decision. EDIT; If cyclops puts up the tomorrowland serigraph again, I will definitely be buying it.
 
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$599/ea x 150 x 2 variants = $179,700. Even after taking out Cyclops production fees and Disney licensing costs not a bad way to make a living doing what you love... plus he's got the constant stream of Tiki mugs, commissions, and other prints keeping the green rolling in.
 

griffin ferrari

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griffin ferrari

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Here are the ones for December
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trainplane3

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It’s up.
Whoopsie.
I knew many would be looking forward to these ones. Where are you finding those pictures anyways? They aren't in the usual spots for me.
Edit: Found them. They really aren't consistent with the placement of these images.
 
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trainplane3

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Thanks for the heads up on those. I'll note that in the usual social spaces.
That tree was a horrible choice for this photo. (Not even talking about the theme of the Imagination poster...just for photographical purposes it was the wrong choice.)
Not sure I agree. It fits the theme of the current Imagination pavilion quite well nowadays.
 

ImperfectPixie

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Not sure I agree. It fits the theme of the current Imagination pavilion quite well nowadays.
Pretend the photos are of different posters altogether. That tree was a horrible choice...it draws attention to the lower left corner, rather than to the actual subject of the photo, it looks like a dead stick, it's badly cropped...bad choice all the way around.
 

trainplane3

Well-Known Member
Pretend the photos are of different posters altogether. That tree was a horrible choice...it draws attention to the lower left corner, rather than to the actual subject of the photo, it looks like a dead stick, it's badly cropped...bad choice all the way around.
Oh no, you're right. I'm just dunking on how bad the pavilion itself is (and has been) for 2 decades now. Dead, withered, but still existing.
 

SorcererDonald16

Active Member
That tree was a horrible choice for this photo. (Not even talking about the theme of the Imagination poster...just for photographical purposes it was the wrong choice.)
The whole thing reads as a dig to me at current Epcot, from the keeled over tree to the “Travel back to good times at Epcot” description. You could take the description two ways. 1. Metaphorically (think back to good memories you’ve made there) or 2. Literally (think about how Epcot used to actually be a good place to visit).

The text combined with the sad sack tree makes me think someone was being snarky. I wouldn’t blame them if they were either.
 

ImperfectPixie

Well-Known Member
The whole thing reads as a dig to me at current Epcot, from the keeled over tree to the “Travel back to good times at Epcot” description. You could take the description two ways. 1. Metaphorically (think back to good memories you’ve made there) or 2. Literally (think about how Epcot used to actually be a good place to visit).

The text combined with the sad sack tree makes me think someone was being snarky. I wouldn’t blame them if they were either.
I get that - and that could very well be the case. However, that it even made it to the point of being published says a lot about the inner workings of the company.
 

CaptainAmerica

Premium Member
Oh no, you're right. I'm just dunking on how bad the pavilion itself is (and has been) for 2 decades now. Dead, withered, but still existing.
It's so shockingly bad. The Imagination pavilion is the place that, when you're bringing a friend to the parks who doesn't get why you love Disney so much, you avoid because you're ashamed of it.
 

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