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Who designed the DCA posters?

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  • Who designed the DCA posters?

    Not sure if this is the right place to post this, But I really like the under the sea adventure, etc look.

    I would like to find out the artists name.

    Anyone know?

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    Re: Who designed the DCA posters?

    His name is Greg Maletic, and here is his blog in which he describes some of his previous poster designs:

    - Adventure Is Waiting -

    "We're going to take you out of this world of reality for a visit to the most fantastic of all the worlds of fantasy." - Walt Disney

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      Re: Who designed the DCA posters?

      thanks for the information nonob88

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