According to the Disney Insider Blog, the Noah Fine Art Collective will release a new collection of Muppets-inspired artwork, clothing, skate decks and Disney Vinylmation on November 18, 2011 at D-Street located in the Downtown Disney District of the Disneyland Resort.
ALL DOLLS ARE NOW SOLD OUT.
For the unfortunate many who didn’t have the opportunity to pick up the five remaining Disney Princess Designer Doll collection that were released yesterday, I would like to take a moment to extend this gesture as a thank you for the support over the years and provide you with as much information — as well as direct links — to the dolls prior to their online sale today, especially since these dolls have the smallest edition size to date, with only 4,000 each (6,000 for Rapunzel).
Now in the interest of full disclosure, it should be noted that I do normally receive a very small percentage of DisneyStore.com sales that originate from this site and, because I normally don’t receive proper links until a day after items are put up, I would normally simply provide item numbers. However, in this case, I am making an exception, so I ask that, as soon as possible, you just click through to DisneyStore.com via the link here and that will set it up for me so I can attempt to get credit from any sales that stem from here. It won’t cost you any more than just a few seconds of your time and it helps the site out tremendously.
With that out of the way, here’s how the sale will work. A little after 11 am ET today, DisneyStore.com will close down temporarily. It will return online at (or a little after) 12 pm ET/9 am PT, at which point the online supply of dolls will be available.
Here are direct links for the remaining dolls (please try to click this DisneyStore.com link first though!):
The Disney Animator’s Collection, which we first previewed back in June, is now available for purchase on DisneyStore.com. For more information and to order these holiday must-haves, locate them by typing their respective SKU in the ‘what are you looking for?’ box on DisneyStore.com: Ariel (6070040580053P), Aurora (6070040580052P), Belle (6070040580054P), Cinderella (6070040580051P), Jasmine (6070040580055P), Mulan (6070040580058P), Pocahontas (6070040580056P), Rapunzel (6070040580059P), Snow White (6070040580050P) and Tiana (6070040580057P).
Also now available for purchase is the brand new entry into the Disney Store exclusive line of fragrances, Pixie Dust, which includes an eau de toilette in both spray (6452047841761P) and roll-on (6452047841759P) for the very first time. Also available is a body mist (6452047841764P), body wash (6452047841763P) and a shimmering body lotion (6452047841762P).
Also now available from Disney Theme Parks are several of the new character Mickey Ears including Cheshire Cat (7505002523050P), Cinderella (7505002523053P), Donald Duck (7505002523048P), Dumbo (7505002523049P), Figment (7505002523043P), Minnie Mouse (7505002523047P), Pluto (7505002523052P), Simba (7505002523038P), Tinker Bell (7505002523044P) and Woody (7505002523051P). Additional ears include the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror (7505002523039P) and Pirate Princess (7505002522974P).
Lastly of note, is the online availability of the 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival edition of Duffy the Disney Bear (7512002522330P).
Please note that we are aware that many of these items may be reported as sold out by DisneyStore.com, but rest assured this is normal for items that have not yet gone on sale, but are about to soon, so do keep checking.
While the Magic Kingdom will open at 9 am for most folk on October 1st, 2011, for its 40th Anniversary extravaganza, the fortunate folk who managed to secure a pre-opening breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table and Crystal Palace will be happy to know that the privilege is also being extended to those who secure the right to purchase some of the many limited edition pins as well as the very limited number of Anniversary custom Vinylmation figures by Noah.
In response to backlash stemming from frustrations trying to purchase the limited edition Disney Princess Designer dolls online, Disney Store has announced a new release policy via its Facebook page. The new release policy replaces the one doll per week, online and in-store simultaneous release.
The timeless classic from Walt Disney, Sleeping Beauty, is captured here in the newest entry in the Disney Dreams collection by Thomas Kinkade. As Aurora and Prince Philip frolic in the foreground with Flora, Fauna and Merryweather as danger looms in the background. Clearly any owner of this painting will find themselves in the pink! No, blue! No, pink!
The painting marks the 8th (of potentially 12) entry into Kinkade’s ‘Disney Dreams’ series which includes previous releases Snow White Discovers the Cottage, Pinocchio Wishes Upon A Star, Tinker Bell and Peter Pan Fly to Neverland, Cinderella Wishes Upon A Dream, Bambi’s First Year, Beauty and the Beast Falling in Love and The Lion King.
On September 17, 2011, Disney Store will release three new city-exclusive vinylmation figures, for the New York Times Square, San Francisco Stockton Street and Chicago Michigan Avenue stores. In honor of the releases, the vinylmations’ respective artists, Oskar Mendez (Times Square, Michigan Avenue) and Enrique Pita (Stockton Street) will be making in-store appearances for signings in New York and San Francisco. For the special event, both stores will be opening early, at 8 am local time (the signings will run from 8 am – 11 am). Along with the event, the Disney/Pixar Cars 2 two-figure 3″ Vinylmation set will be available, two days before it becomes available to most Disney Store locations.
The piece features Boo (in Monster form) alongside James P. Sullivan (a.k.a. Sulley, a.k.a. Kitty), Mike Wazowski and a clever appearance by Randall. The bottom is trimmed with the company’s name and tagline along with portraits of George Sanderson, Waternoose, Fungus, Roz and Celia.
The 18″x24″ screened print will retail for $45 and will be limited a print run of just 365 pieces.
Late last week, Acme Archives revealed some of the art being released later this week at the Disney D23 Expo, including naming a few of the Expo exclusives. Among the collection of art, shown below, is a 25th Anniversary tribute to Pixar Animation Studios by artist Dave Perillo. Perillo most recently caused a stir at the San Diego Comic Con with his Muppets piece and SDCC exclusive variant, which had no problem selling out. Like SDCC, there will be a D23 Expo exclusive variant of the Disney/Pixar piece, which prominently features Luxo Jr. in the upper left-hand corner.
It appears that those eager to catch a glimpse of the new ‘Disney Princess Designer Doll Collection’ won’t have to wait until Disney D23 Expo after all. The dolls, which re-imagine all ten Disney princesses as runway fashion models, were scheduled to be unveiled at the Expo next weekend with one princess per week being released at Disney Store locations beginning on Monday, August 22.
The picture quality doesn’t appear to be that great, but considering they probably weren’t taken with consent, one has to forgive that just a little.