missmaceymouse:

Haunted mansion, 4 years before it opened

missmaceymouse:

Haunted mansion, 4 years before it opened


1 year ago with 289 notes
originally missmaceymouse

So I made this christmas present for my lovely friend Taylor :)
Since Wall-e is one of her favorite movies, I thought I made this little embroidery hoop art thingy for her. It’s based off of this drawing. I’m actually quite proud of this. It might just be the best present I’ve ever made. 
P.S. If you look closely, you’ll notice that the christmas lights are Eve :P 

So I made this christmas present for my lovely friend Taylor :)

Since Wall-e is one of her favorite movies, I thought I made this little embroidery hoop art thingy for her. It’s based off of this drawing. I’m actually quite proud of this. It might just be the best present I’ve ever made. 

P.S. If you look closely, you’ll notice that the christmas lights are Eve :P 


1 year ago with 16 notes

I may regret this but….

go-have-an-adventure:

anyone who reblogs and messages me what their favorite Disney character is, i will paint a picture of them and give to you to use as your icon :)

some examples of my work


This is precious. 

This is precious. 


1 year ago with 3,779 notes
originally dailyclassicdisney

thelittlestmouse:

Today at Disneyland they are filming “Saving Mr. Banks”, a film about Walt Disney persuading P.L. Travers to give him the rights to film Mary Poppins. This required certain areas of Disneyland to get a vintage overhaul! 

I am seriously SOBBING. WHY CAN I NOT BE IN DISNEYLAND TODAY.

GUYS I WITNESSED TOM HANKS AS WALT DISNEY TODAY. No big deal….


1 year ago with 3,392 notes
originally thelittlestmouse


adventureswithwalle:

Misadventures in flour.
223/366

I really want to buy a little toy Wall-e now and take him on trips to disneyland…

adventureswithwalle:

Misadventures in flour.

223/366

I really want to buy a little toy Wall-e now and take him on trips to disneyland…


For all my Disney pins fanatics out there, My friend Taylor (Cars-land) and I completed the Cars mystery box set. All 20, no duplicates, which is AMAZING. We’re dorks, but it was so worth it. They’re perfect. YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW HAPPY WE ARE.
Now you all know I’m a dork who collects Disney pins… No shame.

For all my Disney pins fanatics out there, My friend Taylor (Cars-land) and I completed the Cars mystery box set. All 20, no duplicates, which is AMAZING. We’re dorks, but it was so worth it. They’re perfect. YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW HAPPY WE ARE.

Now you all know I’m a dork who collects Disney pins… No shame.


1 year ago with 7 notes

I brought my polaroid with me today to Disneyland. Luckily, I managed to see Bert and Mary Poppins today—my two favorite face characters. So of course I had to take a picture with them and get the lovely couple to sign my polaroid.
It made my day.

I brought my polaroid with me today to Disneyland. Luckily, I managed to see Bert and Mary Poppins today—my two favorite face characters. So of course I had to take a picture with them and get the lovely couple to sign my polaroid.

It made my day.


1 year ago with 8 notes

Concept art. YAYAYAY.


imagebuffet:

Art Jam - Jessica Rabbit by *MichaelMayne

2 years ago with 183 notes
originally imagebuffet


2 years ago with 11,574 notes
originally petitetiaras

I went to Disneyland yesterday cause I wanted to see Cars Land and Buena Vista Street.

First off, I’m in love with Buena Vista Street. The whole street is so vintage and dapper. When I first walked down it I was literally squealing over how adorable it was. I’m definitely going to go back in my dapper attire and sit and read the newspaper while I drink my coffee by the fountain and feel so dapper :)

However, Cars Land is my new personal favorite part of California Adventure. I’m not a big fan of the Cars movies, but they did an AMAZING job with Cars Land. It looks exactly like the movie, and it’s so cute and quaint and vintage and just too adorable. I was in love with all the different signs cause I LOVE all the vintage typography. It was so inspiring. and the new racers ride was INCREDIBLE. It was a 4 hour wait… but it was well worth it.

Okay, now I’m done fan girling over Disneyland…


2 years ago with 10 notes

danny-brito:


So around this time last year I got an email from someone at Disney asking me if I wanted to take part in a project involving my drawings but didn’t say exactly what it was, I was kept in the dark while the people at Disney thought up of the proposal but they wanted to make sure I was on board with working with them. 
Fast forward a few months and the WonderGround Gallery is born. It’s located in Downtown Disney at Disneyland California. I’ve been keeping this on the down low until now, and if you know me at all you know I LOVE Disney and I’m terrible at keeping secrets, so this one was a doozy. 
The first show at WonderGround is of artwork inspired by Disney-Pixar films, as well as pieces inspired by Mickey Mouse. The opening of the show is June 9th, so if you’re in California, make sure you make it out to this event! I wish I was going but I’m moving soon and can’t afford to fly out at the moment, so let me live vicariously through you. 
Above is my piece “Merida the Brave,” inspired by Disney-Pixar’s Brave. I have another piece in the show but it’s going to be revealed at the opening. It’s originally 16” x 20” done in colored pencils with chalk pastels on paper. I’ll post progress photos later this afternoon. 

danny-brito:

So around this time last year I got an email from someone at Disney asking me if I wanted to take part in a project involving my drawings but didn’t say exactly what it was, I was kept in the dark while the people at Disney thought up of the proposal but they wanted to make sure I was on board with working with them. 

Fast forward a few months and the WonderGround Gallery is born. It’s located in Downtown Disney at Disneyland California. I’ve been keeping this on the down low until now, and if you know me at all you know I LOVE Disney and I’m terrible at keeping secrets, so this one was a doozy. 

The first show at WonderGround is of artwork inspired by Disney-Pixar films, as well as pieces inspired by Mickey Mouse. The opening of the show is June 9th, so if you’re in California, make sure you make it out to this event! I wish I was going but I’m moving soon and can’t afford to fly out at the moment, so let me live vicariously through you. 

Above is my piece “Merida the Brave,” inspired by Disney-Pixar’s Brave. I have another piece in the show but it’s going to be revealed at the opening. It’s originally 16” x 20” done in colored pencils with chalk pastels on paper. I’ll post progress photos later this afternoon. 


2 years ago with 304 notes
originally danny-brito


2 years ago with 216 notes
originally jesusmckinnon

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