During the 1960s, Disney had lent over 350 original production art to a museum in Japan. Overtime, the artworks have been forgotten and transferred to several institutions and finally stored at Chiba University. There were sketches, production cel set-ups, concept art, and layouts that haven’t been seen publicly for over 50 years - until the university contacted the Disney Company. In 2006, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo and Disney collaborated on an exhibition tour of these precious pieces.I’m proud to say that I am an owner of the catalog from the exhibition, which was solely released in Japan. I will be scanning these beauties soon and it will be tagged as The Art of Disney.

During the 1960s, Disney had lent over 350 original production art to a museum in Japan. Overtime, the artworks have been forgotten and transferred to several institutions and finally stored at Chiba University. There were sketches, production cel set-ups, concept art, and layouts that haven’t been seen publicly for over 50 years - until the university contacted the Disney Company. In 2006, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo and Disney collaborated on an exhibition tour of these precious pieces.

I’m proud to say that I am an owner of the catalog from the exhibition, which was solely released in Japan. I will be scanning these beauties soon and it will be tagged as The Art of Disney.

Peter Pan (1953)

Peter Pan (1953)

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