BREAKING: New Art Revealed for Play Pavilion, Space Restaurant, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and More in Epcot Poster Series from D23 Expo 2019

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information.

Okay, now that we’ve gotten through some of the more intense announcements of the night, which include a Journey of Water Moana-inspired attraction, an Epcot Experience Pavilion presented by Walt Disney Imagineering, and more, it’s time for some poster art fun.

Revealed at tonight’s D23 Expo were these amazing Epcot posters, highlighting a number of attractions, restaurants, and pavilions across the park. Half the fun is the artwork itself, but if you look closely, you can catch some pretty neat details.

An IllumiNations poster sits right next to a “Fireworks Spectacular” poster, a placeholder for both Epcot Forever and the future A Celebration of Disney Music.

Check out the artwork for the still-unnamed Space Restaurant, plus Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure. Even Buzzy gets in on the poster action. (RIP Buzzy.)

The Play Pavilion poster features the pavilion’s interior city-like structure with an a familiar bunny gracing a billboard. If you look closely, you can even see the pavilion’s new logo.

You also have the old Epcot Center poster juxtaposed next to the new Epcot poster, which reads: “On the Brink of a New Age October 1, 2019.”

Of course, we can’t help but wonder what the new country that’ll be revealed on Sunday might be…

About the author

Jessica Figueroa

Jessica lives in South Florida with her 15-pound cat Gordo and a small army of Tsum Tsums. You can contact her, ideally with photos of your cats, at [email protected]

newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Greg
Guest
Greg

Any information on who created the posters? The style looks a lot like Tom Whalen

Kat
Guest
Kat

Well, goodness. I’m going to have to buy and frame all of these. Especially Communicore!

Chris Stewart
Guest
Chris Stewart

Is it just me or should France and the UK be on the opposite side of the model set-up? Assuming that you’re looking at the model in the photo of EPCOT as it will be viewed on the show floor (since there is a wall behind it and the signage is in the front), I’m assuming the plan isn’t to move France and the UK to the other side by Mexico and Norway, with Japan moving in to the space formally occupied by the UK and Canada. Chapek et. al. must have been hard at work creating the black box… Read more »

Johnny C.
Guest
Johnny C.

I see TWO covered posters. So…if Brazil Pavillion is one of them, I’m wondering what the second is. Am I forgetting something? The Mary Poppins ride? A second country??

M Cooper
Guest
M Cooper

These posters are gorgeous!!

Cam
Guest
Cam

Hi, is the Maelstrom coming back or is it a taunt with the poster shown in the display?

Anon
Guest
Anon

If it were a taunt, it wouldn’t be displayed as a new pavilion like the other posters. If I remember correctly, They said All the posters represent what is coming in the re-imagined Epcot.

Andrew
Guest
Andrew

Maelstrom poster needs more oil rigs

BigBlueLeaf
Guest
BigBlueLeaf

Do we know if these posters will be for sale at some point? I would love a Horizons poster as that was one of my favorite attractions growing up.

Christian
Guest
Christian

Are these posters gonna be for sale?! I want Maelstrom and Test Track