Walt Disney Imagineering: A Behind the Dreams Look At Making the Magic Real

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Disney Editions, Sep 30, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 200 pages
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Making dreams come true is what Disney does best -- and the Imagineers unite art and science to create a world in which reality surpasses imagination. The Imagineers are like Santa's elves: they are the nuts-and-bolts workers who allow Disney's magic to take flight. Walt Disney Imagineering explains in colorful detail the making of the magic of Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, and Tokyo Disneyland -- the world's most popular vacation "kingdoms" -- from the inside out. From Mickey's Toontown to Blizzard Beach, the wizardry of the Imagineers is brought to life in this book through drawings, models, artwork, and anecdotes; also featured are the now legendary conceptual sketches from Walt Disney's very own pencil. Walt Disney Imagineering is sure to inform and fascinate history buffs, art collectors, graphic designers, architects, engineers, and Disney fans alike.

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User Review  - alisarusty - Overstock.com

Tons of behind the scene pictures and drawings of old and new rides at Disneyland Disney World in Florida Paris and Tokoyo. It also has a special insert in the middle of the book of old posters that ... Read full review

Walt Disney imagineering: a behind the dreams look at making the magic real

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Both of these heavily illustrated books look at two less celebrated sections of the Disney empire, and the rare artwork that both contain is their strongest asset. Canemaker's book is on the people ... Read full review

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