iPhone Cases Featuring Art from Epcot International Festival of the Arts Includes Sorcerer Mickey, Country Bear Jamboree

Hi everyone!

The Epcot International Festival of the Arts is in the middle of its run, ending on February 24th, 2020. One of the unique aspects of the festival is the artwork – originals, lithographs and more, with artists signing their work through the event. And now, there is a new way for guests to carry some of their favorite pieces of artwork! iPhone cases for a dozen or more pieces of artwork were created and are for sale in the Germany area of Epcot. I don’t know if the cases will be for sale after the festival ends, or if they will be online or elsewhere on property (they may even be part of D-Tech on Demand, I haven’t looked). But for now, artwork iPhone by Ashley Taylor, Jason Ratner, Jerrod Maruyama, McBiff and more can be found at Epcot. The phone cases I checked are $29.99 plus tax. Here is a look at what is currently for sale!

We know some of the artists personally, so it was really fun to see their artwork on phone cases. Some of the artwork I’m unfamiliar with so far and it will be like a scavenger hunt to look for it during the event.

Many of the artists have several different pieces of artwork at the Epcot International Festival of the Arts. That includes Ashley Taylor, who created the Elsa design below. You can see the cases are for iPhone 6 and up.

Here is what the rack of iPhone cases I found looks like. This is in Germany and there are cases on each side.

The Country Bear Jamboree phone case is fantastic! I haven’t found the artist for this yet.

Jason Ratner created this Sorcerer Mickey art and he does sign his artwork during the festival (this is one of three different pieces he created).

Again, you can see there are different sizes. That is one of the questions I have gotten asked most.

I love this Ratatouille case!

Hades is on this case.


This is a Jerrod Maruyama artwork phone case with a variety of different characters.

McBiff designed this Maleficent art. I had hoped his artwork of Disney’s Polynesian Resort would also end up on a case, but we’ll see!


Olaf with Bruni.

Like Jerrod, the artwork of Jasmine Beckett-Griffith is unmistakable as to who created it. Here Pinocchio is with the Blue Fairy.

This is a fun Mickey and Minnie case.

Figaro and Cleo.

That is most of the phone cases! Here you can see how the artwork is in individual tents. Often it is available as lithographs as well and now as phone cases. I’d love to see more products eventually also, like Tervis and MagicBands.

The Epcot International Festival of the Arts runs through February 24th, 2020. If you have a chance to make it to Epcot for the event, I recommend it! There are some wonderful performances, activities and plenty of art.