The Disney movies have been around for over a century and are widely admired for their creative visions and intricate storytelling.
But some people aren’t ready to let go of them.
A group of women from New York City decided to create a mural that is an homage to the Disney characters that were on the screen.
They call themselves The Disney Mural Collective and have created some incredible murals around the world, including a wall mural in Japan, and a giant mural in Mexico.
The group says it is the first group of murals in New York to have their work displayed outside of Disney.
“It’s a tribute to the world’s favorite characters,” said Sarah Smith, the group’s artistic director.
The mural includes all the Disney films and TV shows including “Frozen,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Lion King,” “Aladdin,” “Pinocchio,” “Zootopia,” “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
The group has also created murals of characters from the “Pirate” franchise.
“Disney has become a major cultural force in our city, and we want to continue that legacy by creating these iconic murals that celebrate all the different Disney stories,” Smith said.
Smith said the mural will be displayed for about two weeks before it is removed from the New York Public Library.
The mural is currently on display at the City Museum.