How fun and adventurous are these?!
Ever want to wear something a Disney Imagineer designed? You can’t wear Expedition Everest or Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, so this is the next best thing!
Kevin Rafferty has worked on projects like Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks, Cars Land, Toy Story Mania, Test Track, Tower of Terror, MuppetVision 3D, and the first-ever Mickey-themed attraction opening at Disney World, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
He designed the Mickey Ears for Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, which coincided with the opening! How fun!
This one lights up with fireworks with the flip of a switch!
Dave Perillo is a talented and well-known illustrator. Perillo is known for creating retro-style posters of many Disney attractions.
He has collections in the WonderGround Galleries located at Downtown Disney in California and Disney Springs in Florida.
His set of Mickey Ears, pictured above, plays “Mickey Mouse March” with the slide of a switch!
Jerrod Maruyama is another talented artist with work in the WonderGround Galleries.
Top off your Disney Parks look in hipster fashion with these Mickey Ears. They feature an oversized knit beanie and tortoiseshell frames and are a bit cheaper due to the fact that there are no bells and whistles with them.
This month we are in for a treat with Joe Rohde’s design, and we just got a sneak peek!
These Mickey Ears are designed to look like an aviator’s hat, complete with steam-punk goggles and compass-printed ears – which, by the way, lead you to Mount Everest and Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
Leave it to a Disney Imagineer to make sure there are some hidden details!
We have no other details regarding pricing or release time! They should drop around 10:00 am Eastern Time on shopDisney as do most other newly-releasing collections.
Take a look at the other Mickey Hats in the Designer Collection HERE.
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