Imagineer Zach Riddley recently posted some additional details regarding Journey of Water, a new Moana-inspired attraction that is currently in the works at EPCOT.
For those unfamiliar, Journey of Water will be the first experience inspired by the hit Walt Disney Animation Studios film. The attraction will feature a lush exploration trail where guests will have a chance to meet and interact with magical living water.
The image from Zach’s post below shows an image of the graphic style that will be used throughout the attraction. You can check out Zach’s post below:
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The artwork is inspired by the design and visual language of the Walt Disney Animation Studios film Moana. The Imagineers working on the project created many original pieces that focus on the dynamic movement of water. Graphics like the one above will guide guests through the life cycle of water in a fun and engaging way.
Not only will this attraction be fun but it will also be educational and will teach guests about the link we share with water across our planet and the important role we will share in preserving this life-giving and life-sustaining precious resources.
We’ll have much more to share soon on the details Imagineers are creating to bring this new attraction to life in World Nature.
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