It does feel pretty low-rent.
The poster isn’t terrible but I’m not a fan. I wasn’t a fan of the previous one either.
I really don’t think it’s terrible. I still don’t like it though. They absolutely could have and should have done better.No cmon it’s pretty terrible. They have so many good artists that could have done something better in their sleep between Disney animation all the free lance artists they hire for Wonderground.
The funky gradient colors they’ve added to the character’s skin looks really tacky honestly. It looks like 2000’s Disney fan-art IMHO.View attachment 548817
We’re excited to reveal a first look at the newest Disneyland Resort attraction poster: Snow White’s Enchanted Wish! Attraction posters have been a long-standing tradition at Disney Parks. Imagineers created posters to entice guests with adisneyparks.disney.go.com
In the words of Flik, this, my friends, is false advertising.Here's the Florida version:
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On one hand, I like how the title looks without the word "scary" and the font rearranged and made larger.
But in the context of 1980s WDW it makes no sense. Almost none of the imagery shown on the poster is relevant to that version. Even the Witch with the boulder is wrong because she used a giant jewel instead, and you certainly didn't "meet" Snow White.
That's true to a point, but it also presupposes that the history is the only thing that really matters about Disneyland.Tokyo Disneyland, and all the other Disney parks for that matter, are missing Disneyland’s history and will never have it. I personally am not too intrigued.
Oh, absolutely! Each park has its own history. I just don’t care about those histories, to be honest. I’m a Walt Disney fan before a Disney theme park fan, so my main attraction to Disneyland stems from its deep connection to Walt Disney. Of course that’s not the only great thing about the park, but that’s number one for me personally.That's true to a point, but it also presupposes that the history is the only thing that really matters about Disneyland.
The other parks have history too, it is just dramatically under-publicized compared to that of Disneyland, and really, even coverage of Disneyland's history drops off dramatically after Walt's passing. I think it's fascinating to see how the parks evolved over time, and what improvements were made, as well as the things they tried that didn't quite work. It's also frustrating that because Disney isn't at all interested in the history of the other parks that their stories will never properly be told, and as a result many people assume that Disneyland is the only park that matters, because that's the only park Disney bothers talking about much of the time.
I know that interest, time, and financials are limited and finite for everyone, but I really do think that there's more value in the other parks than many people recognize, and that more people here would enjoy them than they might imagine. Disneyland has a lot of interesting history and fantastic things going for it, but it's far from the only park where that's the case.
I thought that poster had been around much longer (or at least a version almost the same). I can't remember where I found this image (it might have been off the Vintage WDW Facebook group), but apparently WDW had one for Mr. Toad that was almost exact (unless this was a fan made poster someone made in the recent past).Honestly fooled me with the Mr Toad poster. Did it have one before?
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