New ‘Fab Five’ Ink & Paint Cels Coming to Disneyland

Today it was announced that a new series of ink & paint cels are coming to Disneyland. These will begin to be sold in Disneyana on Main Street, USA at Disneyland on December 5, 2013. The pieces are being painted by Disneyland Artists Charles Landholm, June Valentine Ruppe, Eric Scales, Dave Smith and Todd Wiesenhutter.

Here are the pricing options for these pieces if you’d like to purchase them: 

Unframed Cel
(Includes Signed Postcard)
Retail: $125, plus tax
Dimensions: 10.5” x 13”

Framed Cel
(Available in a Black or Gold Frame; Includes Signed Postcard separately)
Retail: $215, plus tax
Framed Dimensions: 15” x 18”

Framed Cel and Postcard
(Available in a Black or Gold Frame; Includes Signed Postcard)
Retail: $235, plus tax
Framed Dimensions: 18” x 22”

To preorder these cells, go to ArtofDisneyParks.com starting today. There will be a limited number of cels available for pre-order.

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