One of the biggest pleasures of attending the D23 Expo, the once-every-two-year Disney-only convention in Anaheim, California, is, of course, all of the exclusive merchandise available there (and only there). And some of the best merchandise in the entire convention comes from Cyclops Print Works, who for the past few years have been putting out high quality, extremely cool art prints based on some of your favorite Disney properties. So we feel very lucky to be debuting two of those D23-bound prints right here, right now.





The first print is a stunning portrait of Rapunzel from recent favorite "Tangled." Look at those colors! And that pose! Everything about this is just magical. Specs below.



Cyclops Print Works Print #L02: Rapunzel by Pernille Ørum



Size: 12"x12"



Technique: Letterpress | 5 Colors



Edition Size: Limited Edition of 185



Features: Hand-Numbered |Hand-Deckled Edges | Authenticity Seal



Paper: Pearl Letra



Printed by: Papermum Press



Officially Licensed by Disney





The second print dedicated to one of the most beloved Disney videogames ever, "Kingdom Hearts." (If you've never played it, it involves classic Disney characters and "Final Fantasy"-like RPG adventuring.) This is very iconic artwork that will be instantly recognizable to fans of the series (the third game is imminent). Specs below.



Cyclops Print Works Print #GPC00: Kingdom Hearts II by Tetsuya Nomura



Size: 13"x19"



Technique: Digital



Edition Size: Open Edition



Paper: Pearlescent



Printed by: SG360



Officially Licensed by Disney



These two prints join a whole host of new prints coming to D23 Expo, including a new print by JC Richard based on Pixar's short film "Piper," a stunning variant for Tom Whalen's recent "Cars 3" print, a movie poster for one of Riley's nightmares from "Inside Out" (yes please), and D23 exclusive variants from the recent Cyclops/Mondo show in Austin. In other words: if you attend D23 Expo this weekend and you don't stop by the Cyclops booth (in Hall B), well, you're doing it wrong.