WonderGround is one of the many studios represented at Epcot’s Festival of the Arts, and now fans of these incredible works can take them home in the form of new phone cases.
Each new phone case uses the standard D-Tech chassis, but features art from one of WonderGround’s featured artists!
Caley Hicks, best known for her bold, colorful, two-dimensional designs, has created this stylized Cinderella Phone Case!
Meanwhile, princess artist extraordinaire Ashley Taylor makes Elsa look like a queen! She’s great at capturing that original style while adding her own bold touch… and yes, she does stuff other than princesses too, but just look at that Elsa!
Kristen Tercek of Cuddly Rigor Mortis does big heads, big eyes, and big hearts. This piece of Cleo and Figaro is one of the cuddliest depictions of Geppetto and Minnie’s cat I’ve ever seen…wait, how is he both of their cats? Is it a cat custody agreement?
Dave Perillo is the artist behind those gorgeous retro Disney attraction posters, and this Country Bear Jamboree phone case is no exception!
Meanwhile, John Coulter has this colorful Space Mountain design!
Joey Chou has a gorgeous, paper-craft inspired style that makes Hades look imposing, while Pain and Panic look adorable.
Jason Rattner combines classic Disney designs with complex patterns, as seen in this Sorcerer’s Apprentice inspired composition!
Finally, Jerrod Maryuama, designer of Iconic Mickey, couldn’t pick one iconic design to focus on… so he chose all of them!
Every entry in this connection is $29.99, and available in multiple phone styles. They’re currently available at the WonderGround Gallery for Epcot’s Festival of the Arts!
Which of these artistic phone cases is your favorite? Let us know below!
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