The shirts were inspired by attraction posters featured in the Poster Art of Disney Parks book by Vanessa Hunt and Danny Handke.
The first two shirts are available from April 15 through April 20 and celebrate Fantasyland at Disneyland Park and the Sunshine Tree Terrace at the Magic Kingdom. The Fantasyland T-shirt is purple and the poster that inspired the tee was created in 1955 by Bjorn Aronson.
The green tee features a poster that was used when the Orange Bird returned to the Sunshine Tree Terrace back in 2012.
The next two tees will be available from April 22 through April 27 and celebrate the 50th anniversary of ‘it’s a small world’ and ‘Carousel of Progress.’ The two attractions debuted at the 1964 New York World’s Fair.
The ‘it’s a small world’ and ‘Carousel of Progress’ shirts will be available in kids and adult sizes. The shirt honoring ‘it’s a small world’ was inspired by the poster designed by Paul Hartley in 1966 while the Carousel of Progress tee was inspired by a poster designed by Ken Chapman in 1967.
Disney fans can order these limited edition shirts at the Disney Parks online store during the dates listed.