SHOP: New Limited Edition Maelstrom, Frozen Ever After, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, and France Pavilion EPCOT Posters Now Available on shopDisney

If you’ve been collecting the series of EPCOT attraction poster serigraphs that launched at last year’s D23 Expo, get ready to journey on over to World Showcase, with stops at the Norway Pavilion and the France Pavilion and plenty of rides in between. First, we have a major throwback taking us back, back over the falls with the Maelstrom poster, then we have its ever-popular successor, Frozen Ever After. Over in the France Pavilion, celebrate the grand opening of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, coming soon to EPCOT. These posters are each a limited edition of 100, so get them fast, because they won’t last long! Click the item links below to shop.

EPCOT Maelstrom Poster – Limited Edition ($90)

The spirit of Norway’s past, present, and mythological world is alive with this limited edition poster depicting the Maelstrom attraction. Artist Eric Tan brings to life some of the most memorable moments of this classic EPCOT attraction.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort 

  • Limited Edition of 100
  • Artist: Eric Tan
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic 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
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Maelstrom opened with the Norway Pavilion at EPCOT in 1988
  • Part of the Fantastic Adventures I Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works

EPCOT Frozen Ever After Poster – Limited Edition ($90)

Voyage through the frozen willow forest to the kingdom of Arendelle with this limited edition poster celebrating the Frozen Ever After attraction at EPCOT. Designed by Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition print features Anna, Elsa, and the iconic ice castle featured in the attraction.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort 

  • Limited Edition of 100
  • Artist: Stacey Aoyama
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic 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
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Frozen Ever After opened at the Norway Pavilion at EPCOT in 2016
  • Part of the Fantastic Adventures I Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works

EPCOT Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Poster – Limited Edition ($90)

Shrink down to the size of a rat for a culinary adventure with Chef Remy in this limited edition poster designed by artist Eric Tan. Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is coming soon to the France Pavilion at EPCOT.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort 

  • Limited Edition of 100
  • Artist: Eric Tan
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic 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
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Part of the Fantastic Adventures I Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works

EPCOT France Pavilion Poster – Limited Edition ($90)

One of the 11 countries featured in World Showcase at EPCOT, the France Pavilion celebrates the culture, cuisine, and entertainment of its home country. This limited edition poster, designed by artist Eric Tan, pays homage to some of the pavilion’s most iconic elements.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort 

  • Limited Edition of 100
  • Artist: Eric Tan
  • Fine art serigraph on Stardream silver metallic 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
  • Created using the same printing processes that were utilized for the original Disney Parks attraction posters. Produced on an updated version of the same printing press, originally located at Walt Disney Imagineering
  • The France Pavilion opened with EPCOT in 1982
  • Part of the Fantastic Adventures I Collection
  • Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
  • Paper
  • 27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
  • Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works
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Eduardo Cz
Eduardo Cz
4 months ago

You are not Ze first to fail at buying this, nor shall you be ZE last!!!!

Neal Hunter Hyde
4 months ago

Do you know what time of day Disney releases items? It seems that, at least with these posters, I watch for them everyday, and when they get released and I go to purchase, they are already sold out.

Michael
Michael
4 months ago

I purchased the Maelstrom poster at 0830 EST for my wife, as this is her favorite ride of all time and I thought it would be an amazing gift for Mother’s Day. I could not buy a single thing for her from the Star Wars day merchandise, so I was happy that at least I got her the limited poster. 4:30 PM I get an email from ShopDisney: Sometimes, though, due to unforeseen circumstances, we may not be able to fulfill the high standards that you have come to expect from us. Due to overwhelming demand and limited availability, your… Read more »

Andy
Andy
4 months ago
Reply to  Michael

Cancelled here also. Now, if we still want one, we can always go to eBay and find the already-listed high-priced posters from those people whose orders Disney appears to have honored. :( I agree with you on the trust issue. For general items in which stock will return, cancellations are no issue. This was poor planning. Perhaps they cancelled all orders (for some unforeseen reason). Now for some useful advice. I have been able to get a few of these posters in the past, but probably won’t try again (especially with non-limited prints available on eBay). In my opinion, they… Read more »

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Andy

They didn’t cancel all orders, my order is going through. They oversold again.

Andy
Andy
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Ok. Do you mind helping us all out by sharing how you find out about it so quickly (so as to have the best chance of the order going through)?

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Andy

We post as soon as they’re available.

Andy
Andy
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Forgive my lack of knowledge (and abundance of age) with this additional question, but is there a way to get notified (for example, on our phones) when posts are made? Or even specific posts?

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Andy

There isn’t, we just check a lot.

Tyler
Tyler
4 months ago

I got the exact email. I think something seriously glitched on the shop site today.

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Tyler

It’s not a glitch, their items don’t go offline when they sell out. This happened for the last poster release and all of the limited edition pin releases over the last 2 months.

Joseph Zakrzewski
Joseph Zakrzewski
4 months ago

Did I miss something? Where/when do they announce these go on sale? I’ve searched almost every day first thing in the morning and there is no notifications for these posters!