The EPCOT Festival of the Arts is one of those experiences in Disney World you could spend hours at or return to time and time again. And, each time you visit the festival, you’ll probably find something new that you haven’t seen previously!
The beauty of the Festival of the Arts is that the performers and artists who come together to create entertainment are constantly transforming EPCOT with new installations and entertainment. Today, though, one piece of artwork has TOTALLY amazed us with the amount of detail!
As you make your way around the park, you’ll notice that artists have hand-drawn chalk art around the park. And, we noticed this incredible Mulan Chalk Art that actually made our jaws DROP.
The artist has meticulously created the scene from the live-action Mulan film where the soldiers in training are carrying heavy water buckets up the side of a mountain. And, we just need to take a moment to appreciate the shading, colors, and attention to tiny details (because we cannot get over how life-like it is).
The stairs genuinely look like they are weathered and cracked as the scenery in the background practically pulls you into the Chinese mountainside. The water even seems like it is sloshing out of the buckets during a hard hike up the mountain (!!!).
We could go on for hours about how gorgeous the Mulan Chalk Art is in general. BUT, the art installation is also interactive since guests are able to stand on the footprints and extend their arms to appear as if they are holding the buckets too!
Love this art! Stand on the footprints and it looks like you’re holding the buckets! pic.twitter.com/W25yfto1Vd
— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) January 17, 2021
If you need us, we’ll just be gawking at how talented all the Disney artists are in EPCOT. As we make our way around the Festival of the Arts during its remaining weeks, we’ll give you a look at the other new things we find in Disney World!
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