Monday, March 3, 2008
This is the last article about Epcot's original artwork, and we will have a look to the World Showcase artwork, beginning by the one above of the Mexican pavilion.
The next one below is about the China pavilion.
Let's have a look to the Germany pavilion with these two renderings
A small one about the facade of American Adventure
Let's travel to Japan with this rendering of the Japan pavilion
Here is the one about France
And three renderings about the United Kingdom area
Now, as you know, other countries were envisioned but not built. Here is a concept-art of a Swiss pavilion, with the famous Matterhorn.
An Equatorial Africa area was also envisioned. Below two of the renderings, and you can know more about it in the Jeff Lange aticle HERE
Russia would have been beautiful, with the onion domes of St. Basil's Cathedral, and two great attractions, a theatrical one with Audio-animatronics, and a ride that Jim Hill described well in his article HERE
I will end with one question: do you think an "Epcot" park was ever envisioned by WDI for Disneyland Paris? Come back soon, as you will have the answer in a future article!
All artwork: copyright Disney Enterprises Inc
I remember you that you can find the previous articles about Epcot's original attractions artwork: for Spaceship Earth HERE, for The Living Seas HERE, for Communicore HERE
, for The Land HERE, and for Journey into Imagination HERE.