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FIRST LOOK: ‘Aladdin’ and ‘The Jungle Book’ Room Art Revealed for the Disney Treasure

Shannen Ace

A young boy and a large bear are in a lush jungle setting, surrounded by dense foliage and ancient ruins with inscriptions. The scene appears lively and sunlit.

Disney Cruise Line shared a look at some of the artwork that will be displayed on their new ship, Disney Treasure.

Disney Treasure Artwork

A person wearing glasses, seated at a desk, examines large printed sheets. The desk is cluttered with various items, including photographs, papers, and decorations.

Senior concept designer Lina Barr is currently finalizing custom artwork for Disney Treasure venues. Barr’s work has also been displayed on the Disney Wish.

Illustration of a tiger sitting amidst flowers and leaves, framed within an archway. Measurements are indicated for height, width, and tile border thickness.

Barr’s creative process begins with a conversation with the Walt Disney Imagineering team, where she learns about the theming of each venue, from the Agrabah-inspired Grand Hall to the Jungle Cruise-inspired lounge, Skipper Society. The meeting is a “collaborative brainstorm” between artists and interior designers. The conversations “empower Lina to develop dynamic artwork that will complement each space onboard.”

A young boy and a large bear are in a lush jungle setting, surrounded by dense foliage and ancient ruins with inscriptions. The scene appears lively and sunlit.

After talking with Imagineers, Barr creates rough sketches on her computer. She then adds color and details. These details include hidden Mickeys and story-driven Easter eggs. Barr “loves watching guests react to her designs as they encounter secret storytelling that only true Disney fans would notice.”

A tiger character is lounging on a stone structure in a dense jungle with lush vegetation and ruins.

Disney Parks Blog shared Barr’s “The Jungle Book”-inspired pieces as phone and desktop wallpapers.

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