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Artwork Started to be Painted onto the Disney Skyliner Gondola Stations

With work progressing on the Disney Skyliner Gondolas every day, just walking by the stations you always can see something new popping up.  Yesterday artwork started to be painted onto the Disney Skyliner station outside of Epcot’s International Gateway:

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The blue background with the white cranes and flowers painted onto the front of the station’s roof gives it a nice feel and a little less industrial imo.  It looks a little different than in the original concept art for the International Gateway station, which looks to have peacocks painted on it instead.

Here are a couple of closeups from @Bioreconstruct over on Twitter:

From what we can see in the concept art, each Disney Skyliner station is going to have different artwork/theme adorning it, which keeps it thematically correct.  This one is from Hollywood Studios:

This the Caribbean Beach Resort:

The Disney Skyliner Gondola system is going to have 5 total stations, the above 3, plus one at the Pop Century/Art of Animation Resorts, and Riviera Resort.

Disney also just released a new video last week showing some new details about the Skyliner and letting us know that the cables will be going up soon.

Stay tuned for more…

Your Thoughts:

I want to know what you think about the artwork up on the Disney Skyliner station…

  • Do you like the design?
  • How would you decorate each of the 5 stations?

Let us know in the comments section below!

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