Find out where to find gorgeous vintage-style Disney posters to decorate your home in style. Some of these awesome prints are even available for free! You can find awesome travel poster style designs for every room in your home! This post contains affiliate links, which help to support this site at no extra cost to you.
When we moved into our new home, my daughter and son no longer had to share a room, and since my son kept most of the furniture from their shared room, my daughter’s room was a blank canvas. Like most four year olds, she had some pretty strong opinions on how her room should be decorated. For example, she really wanted Frozen wall decals, annnnnnnd I wasn’t so hot on the idea.
But I think we came up with a great compromise – a beautiful, vintage-style Frozen Travel Poster! And do you want to know the best part? I got this big, framed, Frozen wall art for under 40 bucks. Here it is in her room:
I love the look of retro travel posters, and it is a great way to combine beautiful design with a film or character you or your children love. If you are looking for a similar compromise in your home decor, I have rounded up nine different sources for gorgeous Disney-themed travel posters – and, guys, quite a few are free! Let’s check them out.
Where to Find Vintage Style Disney Posters
1. Disney Frozen Posters (FREE!)
You can actually get four different Frozen themed Travel Posters for FREE through Disney Movie Rewards, and I think they are all pretty cute.
You have to create an account, but the posters can be downloaded for 0 points, so you don’t need to actually have purchased a Disney film. I blew my poster up to 24″ x 36″ at and picked it up at Office Depot (it cost about 20 bucks to print a few months ago, but it looks like prices may have gone up a bit. Staples is having a sale right now for $21, or get a 20″x30″ at Costco for $8), and framed it in a poster frame I picked up at Michael’s with a coupon.
To get the image to resize correctly, you will need to use some kind of photo editing software (GIMP is a free option you can use if you don’t have one). Since I wanted to print it at 24″x36″, I needed to resize it at a 2:3 ratio. I resized it to 1800 x 2700 pixels and saved it as a jpg. The image quality was not perfect, but I felt like it turned out pretty good.
Go HERE to download the Frozen posters.
2. FREE Disney Planes Posters
Disney Movie Rewards also offers free travel posters from Disney’s Planes.
You can get four different posters themed to four different countries. These would be so cute all framed in a boy’s room. Get them right HERE.
3. Free UP Posters
If you are a fan of the film UP, you really need to go check these out. Eight different posters – all gorgeous and free – are available at Animated Views.
4. Free Disneyland Poster
If you have seen my kids’ Disneyland room, then you know that I have a special place in my heart for vintage Disneyland attraction posters. Over at Free Vintage Posters, you can get this Skyway poster for free.
And, as you probably guessed, Free Vintage Posters has lots of free vintage posters of all kinds if you aren’t a huge Disney fan. Or, if you are a Disneyland fan and willing to spend a little money, you can get reproduction prints of all of the original attraction posters from this ebay seller.
That’s it for the free resources, but I still have lots of great posters that are worth paying for!
5. Disney Posters on Etsy
Etsy is a great place to find fan art, and I have collected a few of my favorite shops to share with you all.
MM Paper Co – I particularly like the Alice in Wonderland poster below, but the shop also has a nice Cinderella poster some great Harry Potter posters.
My Childish Things – Most of the posters and shops on this list have a mid-century modern kind of style, but posters from My Childish Things have more of a Victorian vibe, and I’m digging it. In particular, I love this Moana print and the Dumbo poster below.
6. Disney Posters on Society 6
Society 6 is another great place for fan art, including some fan art you never knew you needed (like Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a Disney princes??). Here are a couple of my favorite shops for vintage style Disney posters.
Teacup Piranha – This shop has several fun Disney posters, including this Up poster and this Tangled one, but my favorites are the Star Wars travel posters like this one for Tatooine:
Minimalist Magic by Tony Sherg – This shop has some really beautiful Disney poster designs, with lots of Disneyland related designs, such as the Jungle Cruise poster below, which is maybe my favorite.
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bethany dearden says
Oh wow. I love all of them! My son is a HUGE Planes fan, and since (ahem) I haven’t put anything on his walls yet(even though we moved in 2 1/2 months ago #fail), I think he needs it! I also love the UP one!
Alexis Middleton says
Um…. We moved in 3 and a half months ago and I still have many bare walls (and I think I may have just unpacked our last box a few weeks ago!). It is so hard! But you definitely should go snag those Planes posters!
For My Love Of says
You know, I wasn't sure I'd really care for these until I saw the Alice in Wonderland print. TDF!
Mary Gerdt says
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These are awesome!!