Just because it's Saturday, and also because this one is a bit rarer than the other attraction posters:
animated cartoons are made by artists. whatever the method the goal is the same: the illusion of life
If anything from my experience of the last 15 years or so has made itself clear to me as a story truism, it's that the importance of the...
Sweet! What a great poster...makes me want a flying saucer of my very own. :)
My favorite poster!
Hi tygriffin, Bob--yep, isn't it cool? I love the girl with her 50s ponytail and skirt piloting her saucer back there. The design, font, everything--just terrific. Too bad about the ride--apparently it didn't function enough of the time to keep it open for very long--actually floating around on compressed air?! Wow. I don't think there's anyone being terribly clever with new rides any more--maybe Imagineering will rise again, though--soon. : )
With Lassetar in the house, I'm hoping for actual flying cars.
And homes that fold up into your briefcase.
Wow... That's really cool and inspiring.
I took lame photos of old posters and my family rolled their eyes. there exists a green and blue hued version also. inspired by sci fi and pulp it seems!
Incidentally, this is the only Disneyland attraction poster to be designed and drawn by Rolly Crump. I wish he had done more of them!
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