Many announcements on upcoming Vinylmation releases came via the official blog today with the first being what was promised yesterday: a look at the last of the four initial Vinylmation figures to be exclusive to the Disney Store Times Square in New York City when it opens on November 9.
The 9″ ‘Graffiti’ by artist Gerald Mendez will be a limited edition of 1540 pieces (1540 because that’s the street number of the store on Broadway) and will even be individually numbered. It will retail for $49.95 and have a purchase limit of two per guest per day (assuming it even makes it to day two).
That figure will join the already announced 3″ Minnie Mouse as the Statue of Liberty and the 9″ ‘Hey, Taxi!‘ as well as another 9″ figure, ‘New York, New York’ by Jim Valeri which pays homage to the boros, neighborhoods and landmarks of the greatest city in the world. It will retail for $44.95 and will also have a purchase limit of two per guest per day.
Next up is a sneak peek at the Vinylmation figures to commemorate the release of TRON: Legacy. Remember that in addition to these figures, Disney Fine Artist Noah will be releasing just a handful of custom hand-painted figures also inspired by the film at both the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts (at the latter of which he’ll be making an personal appearance) on November 21.
Lastly, the blog announced release information for the 3″ Walt Disney World Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Osbourne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights figures (photos can be seen on the official blog). Both will retail for $16.95 each. The MVMCP one will be released November 8 in the Magic Kingdom at the Emporium, Mickey’s Star Traders, Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe and the Frontierland Trading Post. The Osbourne Family Lights figure will also be released on November 8 but at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Mickey’s Of Hollywood, Youse Guys Moichendise, Beverly Sunset, Sorcerer’s Hat Shop, Art of Disney Gallery, Tower of Terror Shop and the Stage One Company Store.
Both figures will also be released at the Disneyland Resort on November 12 at D-Street in the Downtown Disney District.