Calling all Disney pin collectors! Our friends over at Disneyana.com are having another big pin event beginning August 1st at 7am PST (10am EST). . . 10 pins a day for 100 days. That’s 1,000 pins!
These cool retro-looking papercrafts were designed by Kwang tatt Yang. After you download them, have a look at some of his other Disney box heads that he has available on his website.
The first package arrived exactly one week after ordering the subscription. The box was small, and everything fit just right.
The magazines are standard sizes as far as magazines go, and are only 13 pages long. Issue 2 arrived damaged, with a bent corner and a small tear, but nothing to really complain about. I foresee these things getting a lot of use over the next two years as I rifle through them for reference.
“Poster Art of the Disney Parks” showcases many attraction posters from Disney theme parks around the globe. Published in 2012, the book does not contain every poster to date, but it is pretty extensive.
It is my unfortunate displeasure to announce the second death of the Doorless Chambers website. Due to the lack of time and money on my part, and the lack of interest of the public, I am forced to close it once again.
Summer is upon us, and beating down without remorse . . . especially here in Southern California. Let’s try to take our minds off of both the heat and drought by working on some Frozen papercrafts brought to us by Orel67.
Can you believe that Disneyland is 60 years old today!? It seems like the park just turned 50 only a couple of years ago. Perhaps that’s a testament to how good the ol’ girl looks.
The DeAgostini Millennium Falcon model is a 1:1 scale replica of the 32-inch studio model from the Empire Strikes Back. The model is 1:43 scale of the full-size ship. The entire kit is subscription-based, and each issue comes with model parts, tools, and a small magazine that doubles as instructions.
In 2012, Marc Hagan-Guirey left his job to explore a personal project that became an art exhibition called Horrorgami. Today, he is working on a new exhibition, Cut Scene, which was fully-funded on Kickstarter within 16 days. Cut Scene represents Marc’s most detailed work to date, learning and improving from his previous work in Horrorgami.