SHOP: New Limited Edition Spaceship Earth and Mission: SPACE Attraction Serigraph Posters Now Available on shopDisney

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EPCOT fans now have a chance to own the highly-coveted attraction posters that debuted at last year’s D23 Expo, now available online via shopDisney The two Limited Edition posters honor Mission: SPACE and the classic Spaceship Earth (soon to be known as Spaceship Earth: Our Shared Story) featuring artistic interpretations of each attraction painstakingly screenprinted by artist Eric Tan. If you’re looking to purchase these, don’t delay! Just click on the item links below.

EPCOT: Mission Space Serigraph by Eric Tan – Stardust Collection – Limited Edition ($90.00)

Designed by Disney artist Eric Tan, Mission Space, a limited edition fine art serigraph for Walt Disney Imagineering Collections, has been created using the same process as the original Disney Parks attraction posters. A space shuttle launches into the atmosphere in this abstract composition.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort:

  • Limited Edition of 100
  • Fine art serigraph on archival paper
  • A serigraph is a reproduction of artwork through silk-screening. Considered a ”traditional” printmaking technique, it is an analog process that takes the careful eye of a master printer and color separator.
  • Artist: Eric Tan for Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Part of the Epcot: The Transformation Collection

Item Details:

  • Stardream Silver Metallic Archival Paper, 285gsm
  • 27” H x 18” W (includes a quarter inch border all around)
  • Printed in U.S.A., by Cyclops Print Works

EPCOT: Spaceship Earth Serigraph by Eric Tan – Stardust Collection – Limited Edition ($90.00)

Designed by Disney artist Eric Tan, Spaceship Earth, a limited edition fine art serigraph for Walt Disney Imagineering Collections, has been created using the same process as the original Disney Parks attraction posters. This piece depicts the Earth being circled by seated riders sailing through the stars.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort:

  • Limited Edition of 100
  • Fine art serigraph on archival paper
  • A serigraph is a reproduction of artwork through silk-screening. Considered a ”traditional” printmaking technique, it is an analog process that takes the careful eye of a master printer and color separator.
  • Artist: Eric Tan for Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Part of the Epcot: The Transformation Collection

Item Details:

  • Stardream Silver Metallic Archival Paper, 285gsm
  • 27” H x 18” W (includes a quarter inch border all around)
  • Printed in U.S.A., by Cyclops Print Works

Each poster is numbered as part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection series. Spaceship Earth is Limited Edition Serigraph 02, and Mission: SPACE is Limited Edition Serigraph 03. Each design is a Limited Edition of 100.

Here’s how the posters were displayed at the Expo last year. These two EPCOT Center 1982 and EPCOT 2019 posters were also for sale at one point during the Expo (making them a D23 Exclusive), with the EPCOT Center poster labeled Limited Edition Serigraph 00, and the EPCOT poster labeled Limited Edition Serigraph 01. It seems they are slowly releasing the entire collection of posters, albeit in batches.

Here’s what the posters looked like as they were displayed during the Expo. We can’t wait to purchase the rest! To view the full collection of posters, click here. Do keep in mind that due to the extremely limited edition size, these will sell out quickly. These are also available for sale at the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts.

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I bought the Spaceship Earth on eBay (apparently) foolishly believing they wouldn’t put something they only made 100 of on the online store…but when I try to buy the Mission Space, it says “This item is limited to 0 per Guest. Please change the quantity in your bag.” Go figure.

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I think it’s obnoxious that Disney is releasing these poster with such limited quantities. I would love to get the Horizons poster and I hope they release it while I am there in April.