Monday, December 31, 2012

Happy New Year To All Disney and more Readers !

That's it, 2012 will end tonight and 2013 will enter on stage tomorrow! I send my best wishes of happiness to all of you and wish to you and your family my very best for this new year! And, as there can't be a New Year's Eve without fireworks i thought that this great artwork of DLP Sleeping Beauty castle at night with fireworks over the castle from WDI artist Nina Rae Vaughn was a perfect choice. This artwork, by the way, is part of the great Disneyland Paris, From Sketch to Reality book on which today and tomorrow there is an amazing "New Year special price" - see the post below.

As for Disney Parks, it will be hard to have a year as great as 2012 was. With the new Disney California Adventure Buena Vista Street and Cars Land, WDW New Fantasyland and Little Mermaid, Story Book Circus and Be My Guest restaurant, Epcot new Test Track version, Disney Hollywood Studios Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow, Disney Animal Kingdom Wild Africa Trek, DLP Disney Dreams show, HKDL Grizzly Gulch, TDS Fantasmic and Toy Story Mania, Disney's Aulani in Hawai, WDW Disney's Art of Animation Resort, and the new Disney Dreams ship, 2012 has been phenomenal and probably the biggest year ever in terms of new and impressive additions in Disney theme parks. Believe me, 2012 will be hard to beat and we won't see the same each year.

Never mind, i'm sure that 2013 will be a great year and again, i wish to all of you the very best and a magical evening!

Artwork: copyright Disney

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Disneyland Paris Book New Year's Special Offer - Two Days Only - Ends January 1st !

To celebrate the new year beginning tomorrow evening Neverland Editions and Disney and more are doing a "New Year special offer" on the Disneyland Paris, from Sketch to Reality book! Order your collector copy on December 31st or January 1st and get the DLP book at the special New year price of 75€ ( $99 )+ 15€ shipping worldwide - instead of 135€ ( $180 )! This offer is valid for both english or french editions - just let us know which one you want.

As usual Payment can be done with Paypal - Paypal payment must be send to: or Bank Transfer. For any order, please send us your shipping address by email at: and also tell us which edition you want ( english or french )

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Still don't know how the book look like? Please go on the book page HERE to learn more about this fantastic book and read the comments of those who already own the book OR have a look at the video below showing you the whole book!

This New Year special offer is only valid two days, Dec 31, 2012 and Jan 1, 2013, so don't miss it!

DLP Book New Year Special Offer

Artwork: copyright Disney

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Disney's 124th Rose Parade Cars Land Float Will Be The Longest Ever !

The 124th Rose Parade will happen next tuesday January 1st, and Disney designed a gigantic Cars Land float which looks pretty cool indeed. The float will include many elements of Cars Land and of course the favorite “Cars” characters will be there whether it's Mater, Lightning McQueen, Sally, Luigi or Guido. 

This Cars Land float will be the longest ever done by Disney for the Rose Parade and promise to be spectacular. If you can attend the parade on tuesday along its road in Pasadena it should be a big "wow!" and if you can't you'll be able to see it on ABC TV.

In the meantime have a look at this new video showing the making of the huge Cars Land float!

Pictures and video: copyright Disney

Disneyland Paris Best Wishes - Extended 20th Anniversary E-Card

Disneyland Paris is sending you its best wishes for the new year and just like last year they are doing it electronically with the video below. Wait... you think you saw this one before? Yep, you did, and it's the same one they used early this year for DLP 20th. And by the way, may be someone should tell them that the Lion King sequence is include in DCA World of color and not DLP Disney Dreams show (!) That said we're very happy to hear that the 20th Anniversary will be extended next year - and so will be the Disney Dreams show. Not a major surprise as they do an "extension" at each big anniversary, but in this case it's very welcome.

Will there be any new attraction this year, prior to the 2014 Ratatouille opening? Not really... They're talking about doing - at last - the POTC update with the Jack Sparrow Audio-Animatronics and other effects, but to tell the truth i will believe it when i will see it...  they've been they talking about doing it since too long. But who knows, may be this year will be the one!

Video: copyright Disney

Friday, December 28, 2012

Wall-E , The Extraordinar-e Adventure Ride Concept

No, "Imagineer John" is not a WDI Imagineer ( as far as i know ) but there is no doubt that he would love to be one. Most of all, Imagineer John is a talented ride designer creating ride concepts in RCT3. This "Wall-e The Extraordinar-e Adventure" ride concept is the latest installment from Imagineer John, Wall-e being one of his favorite characters. This attraction concept pays tribute to the Pixar movie and riders "would be immersed into an all new epic experience". 

Something important to know to understand the "camera" moves in the video below: the attraction, as Imagineer John envisioned it will use a robotic controlled arm vehicle called "Carr-e", probably more or less similar to the Kuka robot arm used in the Harry Potter ride at Universal Orlando. Imagineer John would like the ride to be located at WDW Epcot center, which indeed might fit well for a Wall-E ride.

That said, this is just a brilliant ride concept done by a talented fan and not a WDI concept. But who knows, if WDI Imagineers don't have their own Wall-E ride concept - which remains to be prove - they might like the one of Imagineer John! Have a look at this "extraodinar-e adventure" and watch it full screen! By the way, open also your ears as he did also a very nice job on the sound!

Picture: copyright Disney - Pixar

Video: copyright Imagineer John

Thursday, December 27, 2012

WDS Ratatouille Ride Facade Blueprint

The Disney Central Plaza forum has posted the official blueprint of the upcoming WDS Ratatouille attraction facade. It's not a top secret document as everyone going to the city Hall of Chessy can see it. As we knew already the facades of this little land will be a mix of different architectures of Paris buildings. Above, the facade that will hide the show building. On the full blueprint below, if you enlarge the picture, you can see on the right part of the blueprint that the previous DLP costuming building will be hidden by others "Parisian" facades which is a real good news.

Obviously when WDS guests will come in this corner of the park they will have the feeling to arrive in a typical Parisian area/plaza - may be not too exotic for people living in Paris but surely it will be for the others millions of DLP non-parisians guests who are coming at DLP every year. The opening of the Ratatouille ride is expected in 2014, one more year to wait!

Picture: copyright Disney Many thanks to Mouetto of the DCP forum.

2012 Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade - Full Show

ABC aired on Christmas day the 2012 Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade filmed both at Disneyland and WDW Magic Kingdom and if you don't live in the U.S.A you might haven't seen it so here it is below. As the anchor men are saying it's full of "Disney Magic" - well here it's a kind of magic pretty hysterical, but, hey, it's Christmas day so everyone must look happy, right?

Picture and video: copyright Disney

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

WDW - The New Fantasyland That Never Was, and more

A new exhibit called the "Realms of Fantasy" opened recently at Disneyland Disney Gallery display interesting artwork of some WDW New Fantasyland "that never was" ideas and among them - above and below - the concept of a nice Alice in Wonderland area, both by artist Greg Pro.

Another one from artist Chris Smith is showing a Winnie the Pooh area - at least on the right of the artwork - click to enlarge the picture.

Another artwork also from Chris Smith is showing this time a ride that will exist, the future Seven Dwarfs Mine Train attraction.

Talking about Sven Dwarfs Mine Train WDI also released recently these two new artworks from artist Chris Turner showing interactive scenes that will be part of the queue decor.

It seems that the queue decor will be a pre-show in itself and it looks very promising!

Artworks: copyright Disney - Thanks a lot to Andy Castro from Mice Chat for the pictures!

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Editor's Note: Just to remind those of you who wish to order a collector copy of the Disneyland Paris, From Sketch to Reality book that the $45 discount of the Christmas special offer is ending tonight. Don't miss this great special offer, all you have to do to place your order is to go on the book website HERE or you can use the Paypal button close to the top of the right bar. The book is still available in both its english or french edition.

Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas to all my Disney and more Readers !

That's it, it's Christmas tonight and i send to all of you, dear Disney and more readers, my best Christmas wishes! I thought that this WDI concept-art showing Disneyland Paris in winter - a preliminary study showing Fantasia Gardens with frozen lakes and ice skaters with Disneyland Paris hotel and DLP Magic Kingdom in the background - would be perfect for these Christmas Wishes.

Have all a Merry Christmas tonight, wherever you live on the planet i wish to all of you and the ones you love a magical evening!

Artwork : copyright Disney

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Disneyland Paris : Automata-mericana , The Main Street U.S.A Attraction That Never Was

Among all the attractions that never were for Disneyland Paris, one that i miss the most is the "Automata-mericana" concept that Imagineer Eddie Sotto envisioned for Main Street U.S.A.

The idea for this one goes way back to discussions with Herb Ryman in 1988. Imagineers wanted to call it Automata-mericana. As you know Walt Disney had loved miniatures, and Animatronics began with his fascination for French Automata. As you may recall too, he had an antique mechanical bird (which Eddie Sotto paid homage in Walt's Restaurant). There was a space available on Town Square East - under the Dentist where (Franklin Electric was originally) - and that space was considered for the added capacity program the year after DLP opening ( Les Mystères du Nautilus, Indiana Jones and more were part of that ). 

On an Imagineering research trip in 1988 Imagineers had visited a funny Automata museum in Covent Garden, London, ( called Mechanical Cabaret Theater, since gone ) and they were inspired by the displays and how much people enjoyed them. The exhibit displays were not antiques, but rather new designs and it gave to Eddie Sotto the idea that Imagineers could make their own and customize them. The prescription vending beheaded doctor, "Shrunken Ned" at Disneyland Adventureland was inspired by one of the automata display there. Imagineer Eddie Johnson worked with Eddie and he came up with a series of sketches for the animated displays, each portraying life on Main Street in a funny way. Eddie Sotto recall his drawing of the Main Street cinema for one. Among these was a Barber Shop, Fire Station and Market House too, each with the Main Street "citizens" doing funny things. 

For Eddie and the Imagineers the idea was to bridge the language barrier and show rather than explain the story of American life in that time period by using intricate display animation. Budget for the "added capacity program" unfortunately ate up all of the Main Street enhancements, except for an additional Steam Train - the Eureka. Eddie would still love to build this and think it would be a crowd pleaser in a quaint way. The sepia tone artwork was a sketch above is from Eddie Sotto.

The video below show some of the actual exhibits Imagineers saw back then, in London. Done in a Disney style with a Main Street Story, they would have been a great addition, with lots of humor.

This next video shows Disneyland Adventureland "Shrunken Ned" - Eddie Sotto play his voice.

 If DLP had the budget to do it it still will be possible to add this Automata-mericana attraction where Eddie Sotto wanted to build it, so let's hope that someone at DLP will remember this great concept and will decide to add it at DLP Main Street U.S.A!

The artwork on the top is among the 250 WDI renderings that you can find in the great Disneyland Paris, From Sketch to Reality book. Until tomorrow evening you still can enjoy the $45 discount thanks to the Christmas special offer with a special price of 85 euros ( $108 )  - instead of 120€ ( $155 ) and 15€ only for shipping wherever you live on the planet! As usual you can send your payment with Paypal at:  and send your order at the same email address. Bank transfers are also possible.
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Artwork: copyright Disney

It's Walt Disney Imagineering 60th Anniversary!

Walt Disney Imagineering turned 60 this week and it was for the most sixty fantastic years, wasn't it? I will pay tribute in the days to come to this WDI 60th anniversary with great "Imagineering" posts and in the meantime have a look at this short video that Disney released a few days ago to celebrate the event!

Picture and video: copyright Disney

So, did the end of the world happened for real at Disneyland Paris last friday?

So, did the end of the world happened for real at Disneyland Paris last friday? Of course not, you would have heard about it on CNN, right? In fact i did these images early this year having fun with an iPad app. Then, as the result was not that bad i thought i'll keep them for an April Fool three months later. But last April, the 1st of April was also the day Disneyland Paris celebrated its 20th anniversary and i thought that posting an article showing the end of the world at DLP on that day wouldn't have been cool, even if it was an April Fool.

So, i forgot the pictures and remember them during last week end of the world frenzy. So, yes, it was a kind of April Fool four months in advance and for those of you who are still doubting it happened for real or not - if there is any - have a look at the picture below showing a fall of meteorites on Main Street. Even if all the meteorites of the universe were falling on Main Street there is one thing that i can guarantee you: you will never - never - have a T-Rex standing on Town Square!

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Editor's Note: Mission : Space at Epcot is one of Walt Disney World favorite attraction, but how is a real space mission? This fantastic video from Commander Sunita Williams filmed inside the Space Station is really fascinating! All aboard on my Innoventions Blog for a private tour of the Space Station as you will discover every inch of it - and of course watch the video full screen! It's right HERE.

Just Three More Days...

Howdy, Folks! Just to let you know that there is only four more days before the end of the Christmas special offer on the Disneyland Paris, From Sketch to Reality book with a special price of 85 euros ( $108 )  - instead of 120€ ( $155 ) and 15€ only for shipping wherever you live on the planet!

This Christmas special offer is a great one thanks to it you can save $45 on the normal price of this great book that everyone who owns it love! ( no kidding, everyone love it! )

As usual you can send your payment with Paypal at:  and send your order at the same email address. Bank transfers are also possible.

More infos about the book, including videos showing you the whole book on the book web site HERE.

Also, for those of you who like to buy on eBay the book is available on eBay in its English edition HERE  And also on eBay in its French edition HERE. The book is sold on eBay at the same price and you can also pay with Paypal but of course if you can it's better if you order it directly to me which will avoid me to pay the eBay fees.

Finally, you can also order the English edition through HERE. We are doing the shipping, not Amazon so it will be done with the same quality than we do with our direct orders.

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Friday, December 21, 2012

LIVE From Disneyland Paris : The End of the World Has Began - and it's REAL!!!

Finally, these bloody Mayas were right, folks!!! I'm right now at Disneyland Paris and the end of the world supposedly happening today according to an old Mayan calendar is happening FOR REAL!!! This may be my last post ever and it will be too the last Disney and more scoop with "exclusive" pictures of what's happening here at DLP since two hours, and let me tell you that it's hell on Earth!

It all began at 6pm tonight when the most powerful thunder storm i've ever seen hit the well named Big Thunder Mountain and the whole land. Heavy rains came with it during a few minutes and then stopped. So far it only looked like a thunder storm and DLP guests were not yet in panic mode, just trying to find a shelter until the storm ended. Some were laughing, they shouldn't have if they had knew what was going to happen next...

Thirty minutes later - i.e one hour ago - after the rain stopped on Frontierland the real thing began. I had moved to Discoveryland, and we all understood that this time the Gods were not joking! Jesus, the park is now facing the biggest magnetic storm ever and Space Mountain is hit each ten seconds by monstruous lightnings!!

Twenty minutes later began a fall of meteorites, hitting the whole structure...Space Mountain cannon is now on fire, as well as the boarding room structure which exploded five minutes ago when it was hit by a huge meteorite... Space Mountain dome has partly collapsed and what remains is covered by a sea of lava falling inside the Nautilus lagoon where the Nautilus and even the water is now on fire!! Guests are runing for their life all over the park and no one can tell what happened to those who thought that Space Mountain was a safe shelter...

I'm running now to Main Street which is also hit by meteorites... If i survive and have the last shots i'll try to post them, they may be the last one ever shot by a human being ... Goodbye my friends, if i don't survive i hope we'll meet in another life... And now, run!, run for your life! May God help us all!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

HKDL Mystic Manor Part Two : The Victorian Mansion That Inspired WDI Imagineers

You've seen yesterday new pictures of HKDL Mystic Manor and its amazing architecture. But where WDI Imagineers found the inspiration for it? Well, as you know Walt Disney Imagineering offices are in Glendale and believe it or not but the building which inspired for a big part Mystic Manor design was a "Sanitarium" of early last century located... in Glendale!

I'll tell you more in a second about the Glendale Sanitarium but if you look at the Mystic Manor pictures below you'll see clearly the architectural elements that WDI Imagineers kept from the 19th century Victorian mansion. Then they added the exterior staircase, did turrets with a different style so the final building could show the personality of world adventurer and art collector Lord Mystic, the owner of the manor.

As you might be interested to know more about this "Sanitarium", here is its story. Called the Glendale Sanitarium the building was in fact originally built to be a hotel, the "Glendale Hotel", a 75-room Victorian structure on what is now Broadway Avenue.... a hotel which finally never opened! But you can see the hotel on this rare picture below before the building was bought and transformed in a sanitarium. Have a look at the entrance located on the ground floor, in the center. As you can see it had two staircases, this will be transformed later when the hotel became the sanitarium with only one staircase and entrance.

More details now about its history with excerpts of a Los Angeles Times article by Sam Watters: "In 1886, early developers hired boomtown architects Samuel and Joseph C. Newsom to build the Glendale Hotel along what is now Broadway. It was in a field acquired after the California courts settled ownership of the vast San Rafael and La Cañada ranchos in favor of land-maneuvering gringos.As it turned out, the hotel never opened, a casualty of another recession. First it was a school and then an investment for Glendale city father Leslie Brand, who had bought the building by late 1904. A good Angeleno, he flipped the property a year later. The buyer was a health pioneer, the Battle Creek Sanitarium.Before our present-day insurance plans and government-backed medical programs, working-class Americans lived Catch-22 lives. When they got sick, they couldn't earn money to pay for care. Without care, they couldn't get better to return to their jobs. Workers depended on relatives, churches, charities and no-charge hospitals, which stumbled when tuberculosis, asthma and cholera afflicted industrial cities.... Into this impoverished world came the church of Seventh-day Adventists. Formally founded in 1863, the organization linked spiritual health to physical well-being. It advocated a holistic life available to people who couldn't afford to be sick..."

"In 1866, it opened the Battle Creek Sanitarium in Battle Creek, Mich. A decade later, John Harvey Kellogg, a doctor, became its superintendent. For paying customers, he instituted a program that included rigorous exercise and mealtime walks to improve digestion, classes on food preparation and sessions with a diabolic enema machine that pumped gallons of water in minutes. Among his curious obsessions was cereal. At a time when the rich dined on eggs and meat at breakfast as their servants chowed down on gruel, Kellogg promoted cornflakes that he and his brother Will manufactured. Their Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co. launched Kellogg's, which is still based in Battle Creek.SoCal was to healthcare what NorCal is to technology. Single-owner guest houses, tent cities and full-service hotel-sanitariums offered services at varying prices in a "sanatorium belt" that stretched from Los Angeles to San Diego. Through railroad publicity and business opportunities developed by chambers of commerce, the Southland encouraged cashing in on health. That is what Battle Creek did when it picked up the Glendale Hotel in 1905.It was no accident that the Newsom brothers' Queen Anne-style extravaganza suited Battle Creek's health-through-good living program. Hotel architecture offers a welcoming home away from home, and the Glendale Hotel was a model American mansion. It had three stories with 75 spacious rooms and a broad, shaded veranda overlooking the Verdugo Mountains.The Glendale Sanitarium prospered with California's growth after World War I. To meet demand, management added rooms and services. It offered health regimens to the sick and hotel amenities to tourists and community groups. "

A century ago, as L.A. columnist Sam Watters reminded us that Southern California was to health what Silicon Valley is to high tech today. And although the Glendale Sanitarium was not an asylum, it was both for mental and depressed patients. Some war victims went there too as well as people getting over long illness's of depression.

Below, a rare picture showing the Sanitarium nurses in the mansion garden.

So now you know, Mystic Manor building was for a big part inspired by a victorian hotel who became a hospital for depressed patients, hospital which was founded by the same man who created the Kellog's cornflakes you eat at breakfast each morning! Isn't it an amazing story? 

Pictures: copyright Disney and more, DR

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

HKDL Mystic Manor Update !

I've got a great Mystic Manor pictorial update for you today with these brand new pictures showing the exterior of the Manor, now totally finished as well as the buildings nearby. HKDL Imagineers are now working on the inside decors and the ride system and Mystic Manor is scheduled to open next summer 2013.

The building you'll see on the next pictures will be the one for a merchandise shop and the ride exit.

Some closer shots of architectural elements of this building.

The least we can say is that Mystic Manor - especially the main building - has a quite unique architecture. But where WDI Imagineers did take their inspiration for it, that's what i will tell you in the part two of this Mystic Manor update, tomorrow! Don't miss it!

Pictures: copyright Disney and more

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Disneyland Big Thunder Mountain Rainbow Ridge Mining Town is Here to Stay

In his Mice Age update yesterday Andy Castro posted pictures of Disneyland Big Thunder Mountain which is now in a long refurbishment. And Andy added about Rainbow Ridge -  the little mining town that guests can see in the ride and which was part before of the now extinct Mine Train Thru nature's Wonderland: "What Disney didn’t confirm, however, are rumors that the mining town that riders pass at the end of the attraction will be mostly removed during the refurbishment... I hope the old Rainbow Ridge can be saved, but rumors continue to suggest it will become a permanent part of Yesterland when the attraction closes for refurbishment in January." 

Well, Andy, i have a news that should make you happy as well as all Disneyland fans as, yes, the Rainbow Ridge buildings will be removed...but it's to rebuild them and then DL Imagineers will put them back in place, and it seems they will rebuild them fully new. Back in 1978 when WDI Imagineers moved them from their old location in Nature's Wonderland they had to partially rebuild the ones they wanted to save and the ones in worst condition went away. Sitting in the dirt since then they probably got some wood rot by now. Maybe now they will put Concrete foundations down for them, or we can only hope. 

Back in 1978 the Rainbow Ridge buildings never had props or interiors as guests did not get that close to them in Nature's Wonderland. So for DL BTM Imagineers installed props, curtains, wallpaper and lighting inside and outside of them, as well as some audio effects from "X" Atencio and the WED Gang.  For instance, in the Saloon you can hear Imagineers "X" Atencio and Scott Hennesy and other WED Imagineers singing along in Rainbow Ridge. By the way, talking about Big Thunder did you knew that the BTM Trains were first designed in 1969 by Imagineer George McGinnis for Marc Davis for his planned train ride and were later adapted to Big Thunder for Tony Baxter BTM concept. 

You can see more pictures of DL BTM Rainbow Ridge in Andy's article on Mice Chat HERE.

Pictures: copyright Andy Castro - Mice Chat

A Great Idea for a Christmas Gift !

These limited edition prints from the great Tom Scherman paintings area great idea for a Christmas gift! Tom Scherman as you probably know was the world wide specialist of the Nautilus, and it's thanks to him that we have at DLP the great Nautilus walk-through attraction. But Tom was also a fantastic painter and illustrator and did beautiful paintings. Rowland Scherman, brother of Tom, and director of the Tom Scherman estate is selling beautiful limited editions prints and they would make gorgeous Christmas gifts! Each of them is a limited edition of 150 with a paper size approximately of 13"x19" and an image size of approximately 14" length.
As i've said all the artworks below are limited editions, printed on heavy, high quality "art paper". Each of them has a reference number and title.

If you wish to place an order, please send a email to: and tell us precisely which artwork, which quantity and the country where the artwork will be sent. We will send you a Paypal invoice, including shipping price, so you will be able to proceed to the Paypal payment. If you don't have a Paypal account, let us know in your email.

: Color prints on Art Paper

Reference NO 1: Nautilus 1: Limited edition of 150. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 14" length. Price: $100 + shipping

Reference NO 2: Nautilus Underwater: Limited edition of 150. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 14" length. Price: $100 + shipping

Reference NO 3: Nautilus on Vulcania Island: Limited edition of 150. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 14" length. Price: $100 + shipping

Reference NO 4: Nautilus on the rocks: Limited edition of 150. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 14" length. Price: $100 + shipping

Reference NO 5: Nautilus TWO: Limited edition of 150. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 14" length. Price: $100 + shipping


Reference NO 6: Vulcania overview. Limited edition of 150. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 16" length. Price: $75 + shipping

Reference NO 7: Nautilus in Lagoon. Limited edition of 150. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 16" length. Price: $75 + shipping

Reference NO 8: Captain Nemo's Machines. Limited edition of 100. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 16" length. Price: $75 + shipping

Reference NO 9: Journey to the Center of the Earth. Limited edition of 100. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 16" length. Price: $75 + shipping

Reference NO 10: Journey to the Center of the Earth TWO. Limited edition of 100. Paper size: 13"x19" Image size: Approximately 16" length. Price: $75 + shipping

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