2. richters:

    Daily Mail Illustration by David Semple

  3. mrgeef:

    This is the kind of mobile dinosaur I would expect from Disney.

    I mean, Disney has developed haptic feedback for motion sensors (you feel the virtual items). They’ve developed touch screens that can simulate the various 3D textures of the images you are running your finger over (water feels like water, mountains on a map feel like ridges, etc). They’ve developed robots that can play catch with humans.

    When Disney is on the cutting edge of some amazing technology, it’s beyond me why they would go so cheap and low-tech with a cheesy dinosaur costume.

  4. Visual Development from Cinderella by Mary Blair

    (Source: disneyconceptsandstuff, via barkblogs)

  5. caddies:

    Pixar Challenge

    11. Favorite “The Incredibles” Scene

    the beginning

    (via letdownyourlonghair)

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  9. (Source: hansolo, via disneyineveryway)

  10. waltdisneysdaily:

    What would you wish for?
    (…) To be free. To be my own master, such a thing would be greater than all the magic and all the treasures in all the world!

    (via disneyineveryway)

  13. 1950smouseketeers:


    The Mouseketeers’ debut on the opening day of Disneyland.

    In actuality, the rehearsal footage of the Mouseketeers in color, July 16, 1955 (the day before the opening day). Notice some things like ears falling, a boy not included in the final number, a couple of girls with tied hair, amazing color footage and some great close-ups.

    (via threegroovywishes)

  14. thedisneyseries:

    "Okay, I got the blueprints!"

    Wilbur Robinson had a time machine and he put it into good use.

    Dedicated to sccfan4ever :)

    (via disneyprincess10)

  15. death-limes:




    My boyfriend has some free time, so he does animated fanarts…

    Just like that


    Here’s his blog

    no but like

    go to his blog, he’s incredible


    wait this is fanart

    (via disneyprincess10)