Thursday, June 5, 2014

Update: Figment Sculpture Release June 28, 2014

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Now, All the World is Figment’s Stage!

The play’s the thing when Figment dons the garb of the Bard and tackles the coveted role of Hamlet.   

The dithering Dane may have been melancholy, but Figment is anything but as he addresses the grinning skull of Yorick above the crumbling ruins of Elsinore.  Figment’s boundless creativity and unfettered imagination run free upon the well-trod boards of theaters everywhere, and what better way to celebrate the 450th birthday of William Shakespeare than with this whimsical ode to actors and playwrights everywhere!   

This character-authentic polystone bust is designed by Patrick Romandy-Simmons and sculpted by Jacqueline Perrault.  Measuring 7” H x 4" W x 3-1/2" D, Figment comes painted and ready to display.

Limited Edition of 3,000

The polystone bust thru Grand Jester Studios will be available June 28, 2014. Sculptor Jacqueline Perrault will be on hand from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m in the Art of Disney in Epcot. Park Admission is required.

Unable to make it? Take advantage of a special pre-purchase opportunity now through June 27, 2014. 

Please visit The Art of Disney Parks web site for information about the event and how to order.

5 comments:

Timon said...

I am so excited about this piece! An ode to the Bard of Avon and it's Figment!

I purchased the 'Magical Figment' piece last year (See Duckman's Thursday, March 7, 2013 posting), so I'm happy to add this new piece to my collection.

I have a WDCC/Grand Jester Studios Figment shelf, but soon I may have to dedicate two shelves to Figment!

Duckman said...

You definitely need to take a photo and share Tim!

Timon said...

Let me dust the shelf first, Don! LOL!

Justin Lopez said...

Hi Don! SO miss the Classics Collection :/ Wish something of similar quality/collectibility would be released. I did see that the date of the Figment sculpt is actually is 6/28. I think they changed it :/

Duckman said...

Hi Justin,

Thanks! The original information I received was from a monthly newsletter from Disney.

Confirmed with Enesco today the date you listed and noticed the Disney website has been updated as well.

Thanks Again!