SHOP: Limited Edition “Harmonious” EPCOT Serigraph Poster Returns to shopDisney for D23 Gold Members Only
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shopDisney released the “Harmonious” EPCOT serigraph poster a month ago but, like many of these EPCOT posters, sold out quickly. It’s now back in stock but is only available to D23 Gold members.
If non-D23 Gold members attempt to purchase the poster, they will receive this message when they go to checkout. D23 Gold members must log in with their D23 Gold account. The poster is $90 and limited to 1 per person.
Harmonious is an all-new, transformative spectacular that celebrates how the music of Disney can inspire people from around the world. Created by artist Stacey Aoyama, this limited edition poster shows the beauty of the new nighttime spectacular that will shortly be replacing IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.
Magic in the details
Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort
Limited Edition of 300
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
Part of the World Celebration Collection
Part of the EPCOT: The Transformation Collection
The bare necessities
27” H x 18” (includes 1/4” border)
Printed in U.S.A. by Cyclops Print Works
Stacey Aoyama is an illustrator and designer working for Disney Consumer Products. She graduated from University of California San Diego with a degree in Visual Arts, and attended Art Center College of Design as an illustration major. Growing up in the Bay Area, her career ambitions included astronaut, ballerina, orthodontist (and more); however, her consistent passion for drawing and being creative prevailed, and she feels very lucky and humbled to be working for Disney. She currently lives in Sierra Madre, California with her husband, Eric, son, Charley, and their daughter (the snowshoe cat Ramona).