PIXAR PAL-AROUND going green on Earth Day if you vote now in the 2019 Disney Environmentality Art Challenge!
In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, the Disney Environmentality Art Challenge has returned once again with art projects crafted by Cast Members from around the Resort.
If more than 5,000 votes are received by guests and cast members, the Disneyland Resort will light the more than 10,000 energy-efficient LED lights of the Pixar Pal-A-Round attraction in green on Earth Day.
You can vote via the DPB blog post or in-person at Redwood Creek Challenge Trail at Disney California Adventure park where the top 10 finalists are on display through Earth Day.
1: Recycled G2-9T
Area: Scenic Fabrication & Art Services
Materials Used: Paint lids, plastic paint gun pieces, plastic deli lids, PVC piping, recycled wood and paint
2: Java the Cup
Area: Facility Asset Management
Materials Used: Scrap plywood, scrap wood, leftover screws, paint and 702 coffee containers
3: Happiest Place on Hearth
Area: Disneyland Hotel Housekeeping
Materials Used: Wine bottle corks and recyclable paper
4: WALL-E, Working All together to Look after and Love the Earth
Area: Company D
Materials Used: Cardboard, Styrofoam, biodegradable plant pot, plant, paper, plastic, hot glue, spray paint and acrylic paint
5: Muffin Junk
Area: Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor
Materials Used: Old cable company parts (e.g. filters and chips), CDs, glitter, foam, thumbtacks, puzzle pieces, screws, toothpicks, buttons and small metal plates
6: Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse
Area: Steakhouse 55, Disneyland Hotel
Materials Used: Wine corks from Steakhouse 55, reclaimed wood, bamboo, twine and raffia
7: Saving Nemo
Area: World of Disney
Materials Used: Trash collected from the beach, plastic bottles, plastics bags, paint, cardboard, paper, hot glue and sand
8: Pizza Planet Recycle Claw
Area: Disney Floral & Gifts/Amenity Design
Materials Used: IRC bin cording, IRC towels, green mylar balloons, blanket scraps, box foam, cardboard, a broken dowel, used pizza box, packing bubble wrap, used water bottles, clear furniture plastic, pen caps, ribbon scraps, used Starbucks cup, pipe cleaner and coat hanger
9: WOD Squad
Area: World of Disney
Materials Used: Cardboard, paper, chopsticks, wooden dowels, gift cards, plastic hangers, tape roll core, bottles, plastic apple boxes, straws, receipt roll ends, soda cans, water cups, plastic bags, Styrofoam, aluminum foil, polyurethane wrap, utensils, foam and bubble wrap
10: Upcycled Wine Barrel Chair
Area: Distribution, Textile & Transportation Services
Materials Used: Oak wine barrel, deck screws and water seal
See it for Yourself
An end-date for the art display at DCA has not been released although we expect it will be removed by April 22.