Heads up! An incredible Disney artist will be paying a visit to Disney Springs soon!
The Art of Disney in Disney Springs hosts many Disney artists throughout the year and this weekend someone different is coming!
Is it weird to nerd out over a drink coaster? Not if it’s made by one of our FAV Disney artists!
Jerrod Maruyama is the brains behind incredible art and merch like the newest home collection and the amazing Hipster Mickey Hat, and now he’s at it again with a fresh set of kitchen accessories online!
In case you missed it, there’s a brand new Disney character in town, and her name is Raya!
That’s right — Raya and the Last Dragon premiered TODAY on Disney+ and we can’t wait to watch it! We’ve already seen Raya and her crew making appearances on merch, and there’s also a gorgeous sand sculpture at Disney’s Animal Kingdom dedicated to the movie.
The Grand Floridian Bakery has done it again, y’all!
The Cast Members at the Grand Floridian Bakery are truly artists. We’ve been inspired by some of the work they’ve created, which include chocolate sculptures of Cinderella Castle and the Grand Floridian gingerbread house. They are genuine masters of their craft.
You may have thought to yourself, “boy, I wish I could learn how to do that” or even been inspired to buy your own set of chalk. Well, now you can learn just how to make an amazing piece of chalk art from the very artist that made the two pieces in the photo above!
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.
The Walt Disney Family Museum has been hosting virtual exhibitions featuring pieces from artists all over the world.
With these special events, you can virtually tour the Diane Disney Miller Exhibition Hall and check out some awesome artwork from the comfort of your own couch. Previous virtual exhibits have been inspired by “it’s a small world” and more. Now, a NEW virtual exhibit is coming, centered around nature and conservation. And YOU can enter your artwork to be featured in it!
For those of us who fancy ourselves a Monet-in-the-making, being able to paint at a Disney World art festival sounds super fun!
That’s why we’ve been so excited about the return of the Paint-by-Number murals at EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts this year, which is back with a socially distant twist.