Bring a little Na’vi magic to your home or office with this Pandora shadow box and wall art available at Windtraders in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Pandora Shadow Box – $59.99
This light up shadow box features several layers of die cut designs illustrating a tropical scene with Na’vi and banshees on the Pandoran ocean.
From the official shopDisney site: “Like your very own window into another world, this Pandora shadow box features a gorgeous silhouette inspired by ‘Avatar: The Way of Water.’ Peek through the lush flora to see Na’vi riding banshees in the sky and gliding across the water on their trusty ilu. This illuminated battery-operated work of art rotates through several different color schemes, each one evoking a different mood. Mounted on the wall or displayed on a shelf, it will light the way for your imagination to take flight.”
The shadow box cycles through a rainbow of colors when turned on, showcasing two banshees flying over Na’vi paddling on the Pandoran ocean.
When the lights are turned off, the shadow box appears as a black and white silhouette of Pandora.
The back of the shadow box includes two metal hanging teeth and the “Avatar” logo.
The shadow box measures 19″ x 10.1″ x 2″ and is battery powered.
Pandora Wall Art Set of Three – $59.99
This wall art features blue-hued scenery from Pandora, inspired by the recently released film “Avatar: The Way of Water.”
Featuring lush tropical imagery and a vibrant underwater scene, the 3-piece set is intended to be displayed together. Each image could be displayed separately as well.
Pandora – The World of Avatar
The immersive land is themed after the alien world of Pandora and is a collaboration between Walt Disney Imagineering and the creators of the Avatar film franchise, James Cameron and Lightstorm Entertainment. It features themed rockwork, ambient sound, food and beverages, and multiple attractions.
Details on the upcoming Avatar land and experience in Disneyland remain a secret, but executives promise it to be as immersive as what is currently found at Walt Disney World Resort. “If you’ve had a chance to experience Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, you have a pretty good idea of what Imagineers are capable of,” said Disney CEO Bob Iger when announcing the expansion on February 8.
The new land is expected to be a major draw for guests at Disneyland Resort, offering a completely immersive experience that transports visitors to a new world. It promises to be a unique addition to the park, providing an exciting new adventure for Disney fans and “Avatar” enthusiasts.
Will you be picking up either of these art pieces? What other Avatar artwork would you like to see in the future? We’d love to hear about your artistic inspiration in the comments below!