LEGO Recreates the Enchanting ‘Magic Happens’ Parade Float for Disney100 Celebration
In celebration of Disney’s 100th anniversary, a remarkable parade float constructed entirely of LEGO bricks was created for the Making Wonder YouTube series.
Set against the iconic backdrop of the Walt Disney Company Headquarters, LEGO Master Builder Pete Donne unveiled a captivating creation in vibrant shades of lavender, cerulean, and silver. This exquisite replica was inspired by a real parade float originally designed by Catie Dellemonac, the Art Director for Disney Live Entertainment.
The spotlight shone on Mickey Mouse’s float, which leads the enchanting “Magic Happens” parade at Disneyland Park. Dellemonac, the creative force behind the float, was invited to share insights into her role at Disney Live Entertainment and provide fascinating details about this captivating creation.
As an art director, I really set the stage for all of the entertainment offerings that we have, designing photo locations for festivals — really just telling the story of our Disney characters and bringing them to life.
Episode 3 of Making Wonder The Series is below:
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