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As Disney+ slowly but surely dominates our quarantine weeknights with mega-hits including The Muppet Show and WandaVision as well as under-the-radar charmers like A Dog's Life with Bill Farmer, it's hard not to feel Mickey's siren song tugging at your heartstrings. Especially now, with Disney's ever-growing content library, if you're a Star Wars superfan, passionate about Pixar, simply mad about Marvel, or just love the leader of the club that's made for you and me, there's now a wide array of ways to show your fandom, from shirts and mugs to crafts and even eyewear.
ShopDisney's 'Oh Boy' sale is the perfect chance to score some swag — and for a steal, too. This massive sale includes merchandise for the latest Pixar film, iconic Disney characters, and even a certain Pulitzer Prize-winning musical. So whether you're craving a new craft in these waning days of lockdown, or you're looking ahead to your next trip to the happiest place on Earth (after all, tomorrow's just a dream away), you need to peruse these great deals asap. We singled out a few special items below, and you can shop the full sale through March 10.
Mickey Mouse has been sporting this classic pose since the '50s, and now you can own the iconic image thanks to this cozy retro-colored sweatshirt. And, before die-hard Disney fans revolt over Mickey not sporting his trademark yellow shoes, take note: This design is actually a fun tribute to a vintage poster that advertised Mickey's first Technicolor appearance — in fact, you can spot these same green shoes at the Walt Disney Family Museum to this day.
Shop it: Mickey Mouse Vintage Pullover Sweatshirt, $42 (was $70), shopdisney.com
Pixar's newest release, Soul, premiered on Disney+ late last year, and reminded us all to appreciate the little things even as we pursue our passions. But all that screen time in quarantine can make it harder for us to quite literally look at the world around us.
That's why blue-light blocking glasses, which minimize eyestrain, are such a big hit. And now you can protect your eyes while celebrating the magic of Pixar's latest film thanks to Prive Revaux. These black frames, one of a series designed by the voice of Soul's Joe Gardener, Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx, have blue musical notes on the temple tips and, inside, a colorful cornucopia of jazz instruments like those Joe plays in the film.
Shop it: Soul Blue-Light Blocker Glasses for Adults by Privé Revaux, $25 (was $40), shopdisney.com
On October 27th, 1954, Walt Disney took to the airwaves of ABC (which itself would join the Walt Disney Company decades later) to introduce America to his plans for Disneyland. With a giant map on his office wall, Walt laid out all the iconic areas of the park: Main Street, Frontierland, Fantasyland, Adventureland and Tomorrowland (Galaxy's Edge wasn't yet a twinkle in anyone's eye).
Those distinct regions are now immortalized on this heathered jersey knit crewneck T. The cleverly designed shirt for the Disneyland history die-hards sports a patch of the original Disneyland pennant design, and the inner collar even contains the famous quote with which Walt opened his famous park: "To all who come to this happy place: Welcome."
Shop it: Disneyland Guide Book T-Shirt, $15 (was $25), shopdisney.com
Whether you're working from home, planning a shopping trip or scripting your own animated adventures, it's essential to have a pen and paper handy. Of course, we've all outgrown the days of brightly colored Trapper Keepers sporting our favorite cartoon characters, but many of us still want a little splash of fun amidst our serious adult workdays.
This black pebbled faux leather folder opens to reveal a 100-sheet pad adorned with Mickey Mouse; on the opposite side he pokes out of the business card slot with a friendly peace sign gesture.
Shop it: Mickey Mouse Grayscale Padfolio, $15 (was $25), shopdisney.com
Fantasia is arguably Disney's most beautiful film—and now you can bring some of that magic home with this cute craft kit. Build a 3D model of Mickey from the classic Sorcerer's Apprentice segment of Fantasia (other sets feature Pinocchio and Dumbo), then use the included paints to try and capture that vibrant CMYK color that first dazzled audiences in 1940.
Shop it: Disney Ink & Paint: Sorcerer Mickey Mouse 3D Wood Model and Paint Set, $18 (was $25), shopdisney.com
It's easy to think the Walt Disney Pictures logo we've all come to know has been around since the days of Steamboat Willie, but actually, the logo first debuted with 1985's nightmare-inducing Return to Oz and later The Black Cauldron (and we're all grateful that the logo is what carried over from those films as opposed to the unrelenting terror).
If you have fond memories of wearing down your VHS copy of The Great Mouse Detective, or get wistful for Michael Eisner's gruff but friendly "Hello" that greeted you every Sunday on The Wonderful World of Disney, now's your chance to pay tribute to the clamshell days with this sleek, subtle stainless steel travel mug.
Shop it: Walt Disney Pictures Logo Stainless Steel Travel Mug, $12 (was $20), shopdisney.com
Over 90 years, Mickey's gone through many redesigns, from his well-known red shorts to the Miami Vice-influenced sports coat days of the '80s and the most recent redesign by Paul Rudish in 2013. This compact tri-fold wallet takes it all the way back to Mickey's first-ever cartoon, Plane Crazy (which was actually made before Steamboat Willie, but released after), and has him sporting a scowl that says "You don't need that candy bar." With an interior polka-dot design that pays tribute to Mickey's paramour Minnie, this simple silver wallet is a fun way to keep that early Disney spirit with you every day.
Shop it: Mickey Mouse Grayscale Wallet, $18 (was $30), shopdisney.com
Star Wars has always been full of lovable sidekicks, from the beloved (Chewbacca, BB-8) to the cult classics, like Watto. But perhaps the most sensational in the pantheon of Star Wars sidekicks has to be the breakout star of Disney+'s Emmy-nominated series The Mandalorian, The Child a.k.a. Grogu a.k.a "Baby Yoda" as he is unofficially known.
This adorable baby alien has accompanied the titular Mandolorian through two seasons of the hit show, napping, chewing and force-choking his way through each outing (as all toddlers tend to do). Here's your chance to sport the adorable alien at his most tranquil, whether you're out and about or taking a power nap of your own.
Shop it: The Child Long Sleeve Top for Women, $12 (was $20), shopdisney.com
The newest addition to the Disney library might seem surprising for a company best known for superheroes and space operas. But Walt himself was always fascinated with early American history, and made it the subject of many of his early films, from the live-action Johnny Tremain to the animated Ben & Me, so a theatrical production about the Founding Fathers full of music? We'd have to assume that would be right up his alley...you know, once somebody explained the concept of rap music to him.
Last year, Disney+ added a filmed version of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway smash Hamilton, which itself garnered a Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture—Musical or Comedy. For a moment, it was like having the full Hamilton stage in your living room, and now, it can be like having the gift shop of the Richard Rogers Theatre in your closet too, with this commemorative t-shirt. Now just make your kitchen that pizza place across the street, and you've got a full day in New York City in the comfort of your home.
Shop it: Hamilton Gold Star Logo T-Shirt, $20 (was $40), shopdisney.com
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