Steamboat Willy Figurine by Disney BRITTO


Steamboat Willy Figurine


by Disney BRITTO

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H – 24.8cm x L – 10.5cm x D – 17.2cm




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Steamboat Willy Figurine by Disney BRITTO

Taking inspiration from the original Steamboat Willy cartoons, Romero Britto uses a monochrome palette on this piece, reflecting the black and white short films the character originates from. In his iconic pose with one arm raised above his head in a salute, the Steamboat Willy figurine is an eye-catching reworking of the original character design. The restricted colour palette complements the striking patterns Romero Britto is so well known for, making this a must-have for collectors of Disney and lovers of Britto’s artwork. Not a toy or children’s product. Intended for adults only.

Romero Britto interprets Disney’s most beloved characters in brightly-coloured accessories and figurative works of art — each ‘popping’ with vibrant patterns and exquisite detail.

Pop Artist Romero Britto uses vibrant colours and bold patterns as a visual language of hope and happiness. This unique collection pairs the number one family brand with today’s most sought after contemporary artist. Romero Britto — international pop art sensation has interpreted some of the world’s favourite Disney characters in figurines, and mugs, in his signature style.

Each highly collectable figurine is made from cast stone and has a high gloss finish. All are carefully hand-painted and presented in a branded gift box, making them the perfect Disney gift for all occasions.

This year, we see the introduction of the perfect Disney 100 gift along with new and exciting formats including plush and notebooks featuring iconic characters Mickey Mouse and Stitch.

Disney by BRITTO is a range with huge heart and guaranteed, mass appeal for all.

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Steamboat Willie is a 1928 American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. It was produced in black and white by Walt Disney Studio and was released by Pat Powers, under the name of Celebrity Productions. The cartoon is considered the debut of both Mickey and Minnie Mouse, although both characters appeared several months earlier in a test screening of Plane Crazy. Steamboat Willie was the third of Mickey’s films to be produced, but it was the first to be distributed, because Disney, having seen The Jazz Singer, had committed himself to produce one of the first fully synchronized sound cartoons.