Figment Art

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    This painting was for sale at The Art of Disney store in Downtown Disney on August 12th. Sometime between then and August 18th, it was sold. I've seen other pieces sit in there for years, yet Figment sold in no time (assuming it was just put on sale prior to the 12th). I guess that's a testimony to the power of Figment!

    Shoky Bsbs, Express Monorail, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Matt Pasant 79 months ago | reply

      wow that is interesting. Disney is sitting on a hot property.. maybe it is time for a rehab and new merchandise

    2. Shoky Bsbs 79 months ago | reply

      wonderful ART , nice painting ^-^

    3. Express Monorail 79 months ago | reply

      I'd buy that - great color here

    4. Helen Beresford 79 months ago | reply

      I'd buy it too - it's fab :-)

    5. alphazeta 79 months ago | reply

      A wonderful smile inducing image. Love it :-)

    6. {kidnurse} [deleted] 79 months ago | reply

      hmmmmm....that would look great in our Disney-themed play/scrapbook room!

    7. dawnzy58 79 months ago | reply

      Such a cheerful shot, great colors!

    8. megan duffy 79 months ago | reply

      i LOVE figment so much. imaginationnnnn.

    9. Elysia in Wonderland 79 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Disney, Disney, Disney!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. Elysia in Wonderland 77 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Disney's Figment, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    11. avolluz65 76 months ago | reply

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    12. gregmchin@yahoo.com 46 months ago | reply

      One time during the 1992 Disney Annual Shareholders Meeting at the Yacht and Beach Club Conv. Center, someone asked CEO Michael Eisner the question of why Walt Disney Co. wasn't doing more with "Dreamfinder" and "Figment", in a movie. Michael Eisner looked wistful for a moment, and then answered that they "looked at some scripts about the two characters", like for a movie, or TV show, and Eisner added "that the scripts were just terrible..." and that sort of summed up what was going on with "Dreamfinder" and "Figment". But he said they will keep working on it.

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