We’ve been enjoying all kinds of awesome art, delicious food, and unique performances at the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts.
One of the best things to do at this festival is stop by all of the individual booths featuring incredibly talented artists, some of which have awesome Disney-inspired creations. Recently, we spotted a special Disney-inspired creation that’s truly the ultimate seek-and-find adventure.
If you love hunting for hidden Mickeys and other tiny Disney details, then you’re going to LOVE this piece of art. The artwork is titled Magical Reflection and was created by artist Greg McCullough.
For starters, it’s a gorgeous piece of art. The side view of the Castle is stunning, the colors are beautiful, and the reflection of the castle in the water, along with all of the clouds and trees are amazing. It’s the type of art you’d love to buy and hang in your house or office just as it is. But, this art is SO MUCH MORE.
Hidden in this piece are actually 50(!!) hidden Mickeys AND 21 opening day icons! It’s your own unique way to force your friends and family to search for hidden Mickeys even when they’re not in Disney World. And truly, these details are expertly hidden in the painting. We have a feeling it could take you quite a while to find them all!
How many hidden Mickeys and opening day icons can you spot in the photo below? Perhaps the most obvious one is the horse from the Carousel in the center of the photo.
It truly is an amazing piece of artwork and a fantastic gift to give to any Disney fan (or gift to yourself #treatyourself). But, this isn’t McCullough’s first time adding some hidden details in his Disney art. In 2018, McCullough also did a really unique piece for EPCOT which contains 13 country icons from World Showcase AND 35 Hidden Mickeys. Check it out below!
If you want to check out Greg McCullough’s work at the Festival of the Arts, be sure to stop by the booth with his artwork.
The Festival of the Arts will be in EPCOT through February 22nd, 2021.
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