Last year I was enchanted by this Disneyland Main Street window vignette of Ratatouille, and I just came across some pictures that I wanted to share with you.
I’ve always been a fan of miniatures, and seeing teeny-tiny, intricately detailed replicas of regular kitchen items in this vignette had me staring for at least 30 minutes at the scene trying to take it all in.
A little, bitty Remy is sitting on Linguini’s head in this shot, and (I wish I’d taken video for you!) Linguini is spinning around wildly throughout the scene.
Zooming in on the kitchen island, you can see all of the groceries, pots, pans, and utensils ready for a cooking lesson. There’s even a tiny, little hot plate!
And these groceries look almost as real as the ones I bring home from the store. I really like the detailed floor tiles in the background.
The post-it notes on the fridge list names, numbers, and pizza delivery!
And the storage area toward the back of the scene shows off tiny little cleaning products, a kitchen timer, a house-plant, a melted-down candle, and canned goods.
But my favorite part of the scene is the bottle of Lasseter wine sitting on top of the fridge… . Sadly, I don’t speak French or I’d be able to make out the words on the cereal boxes!
Not a typical post for me here at DFB, but something I found utterly interesting and wanted to share. Looking forward to seeing more vignettes like this in Disneyland in just a few weeks!