Since the 1970's, nearly 2,000 murals have been painted in Northern Ireland--the vast majority of them promoting the polarized views of the two political sides, either republican (mostly Catholic) or loyalist (mostly Protestant). Yet not all the paintings focus on political or religious differences.
Becoming increasingly popular are murals representing peace and tolerance, and a few avoid the political issues of Ireland entirely--hence we find Snow White. The mural on a brick wall depicts the Wishing Well scene. Located on Roden Street in south Belfast, Northern Ireland.
In addition, there's a series of Dwarf murals too.
From Annie Leibovitz's Dream Portrait Series came a Disney advertisement campaign for the Year of a Million Dreams. It featured celebrities as traditional Disney characters. The first three photos appeared in January 2007. A second round featuring three more--including Rachel Weisz as Snow White--came out in October 2007.
Four more Disney-themed photos were added January 2008, with one additional--Julianne Moore as the Little Mermaid--on April 25, 2008.
A serigraph cel (or sericel) is a mechanically produced composite piece created through a silkscreen-like process called serigraphy. The image is transferred to layered acetate sheets. A serigraph cel is by no means an original hand-inked cel, although the design is usually patterned after one from the original movie artwork. As such, its value lies is in the eye of the beholder rather then in its historical significance. If you look to resell a sericel, it's probable that you will never recoup your original investment. Yet, they do make nice decorative wall hangings and can be quite gratifying if that is your intent in owning one.
A Snow White and Doc design was created in the 1980s by the Chicago Serigraph Workshop. They used the movie's original animation drawings as their guide. It is comprised of 17 mylar sheets--one for each color. Limited edition of 9500. Includes the Disney serigraph seal. Online, you can find it matted and framed with a variety of different backgrounds, although white seems to be the most common.
Another mat features the 50th Anniversary logo.
This one includes a background scene (plus a signature from Marc Davis).
The piece was listed in the Fall 1987 Walt Disney Family Gift Catalog. Retail price $104.95.
Catalog courtesy of the François Monferran Collection.
Numerous other Snow White serigraph cels have been created by the Disney Company. Here's a few examples.
The Evil Queen keeps an eye on the young princess in this clever design by Disney Couture. The Silhouette Snow White Tee was sold online through disneystore.com and at shops like TrenD in Downtown Disney. Original price $39.95 (USD). No longer available.
This Snow White 12" 33⅓ rpm record was issued in 1981, part of the Disney Picture Disc series of albums. Disneyland/Vista Records #3101, US. Includes the eight songs from the film plus the Overture and Finale.
SIDE ONE depicts the washing scene with Snow White looking on as the Dwarfs clean up around the tub...
SIDE TWO incorporates a collage of imagery from the Snow White story...
The album sleeve has a circular opening on the front...
The sleeve back does not contain an opening but rather an illustration of the disc's SIDE TWO...
Although this Snow White album was issued in 1981, the sleeve has a 1980 copyright...
From Disney historian Dave Smith: The phonograph record picture disc of Snow White was released in 1981 — there were 10 others from that and the following year: Pinocchio, Lady and the Tramp, Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, The Fox and the Hound, Cinderella, Bambi, Mickey's Christmas Carol, Peter Pan, and Mickey Mouse Disco.