The creative people at Dorothy have released the “Children’s Book Map”, a very colorful print that celebrates the magic of children’s literature. This 50cm x70cm (19.6″x 27.5″) poster incorporates such iconic titles as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “Harry Potter”, “Fantastic Mr Fox”, “If I Ran the Circus”, “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe”, “Anne of Green Gables”, “Black Beauty” and “Where the Wild Things Are” and features illustrations by Tracy Worrall.
Though dozens of Disneyland attractions that were in the original park have since been torn down or replaced, there are some still standing today that were a part of Walt Disney’s vision from the very beginning.
In 1955, Disneyland opened its doors and became Walt Disney’s first theme park dream-come-true. But before that day could come, Walt needed investors.
The New York Times reported that a hand-drawn map, created by Walt himself and a friend named Herb Ryman, was completed “over one rushed weekend in September 1953 as part of a frantic effort to secure funding to build Disneyland.”
Every region of the world has a dish that that region is known for. And this phenomenon isn’t any different in the United States. Each state is known for a signature dish and the folks over at AskReddit helped us find out the signature food from every state, according to people who live in those states.
The Altered States Screen Print ($75) boasts 136 references to the most beloved sci-fi, fantasy and horror stories that are set within the 48 contiguous states of America.
References are from film (King Kong, Blade Runner…), television (Twilight, Zone, Walking Dead…), literature (Lovecraft, King…) and even a few from legend (Bigfoot, Boggy Creek…).
See below for some detailed images.
Featured: The Birds, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, In-Gen (Jurassic Park), E.T., Zanti Misfits (The Outer Limits), Back to the Future, Blade Runner and Large Marge (Pee Wee’s Big Adventure).
Featured: The Hunger Games, Mork and Mindy, The Shining, Stargate and The Darkest Timeline (Community).
Featured: Robocop (cropped), It’s a Good Life (The Twilight Zone), Nick of Time (The Twilight Zone), Super 8, Nightmare on Elm Street and The Mothman Prophecies.
Featured: Goldfinger, The Bell Witch, Evil Dead, Big Fish and The Walking Dead.
The 5 color screen print measures and is printed on Mr. French 100lb Whitewash paper stock. You can order the print HERE and it will ship in December.
Have you ever wondered how far it is from Breaking Bad to Arrested Development? Or which coast has more crime drama? Or how many shows are set in Wyoming? (Spoiler alert, it’s none) Well, wonder no more.
Law & Order, Happy Days, Treme, Gossip Girl, Frasier, 30 Rock, Rocky & Bullwinkle, The Wire, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Even Stevens, True Blood, Girls, Community, Friday Night Lights and many many many more are all featured on this map of television locations in America.