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    "Blast Off with Walt Disney Magazine" Illustration, 1959

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    • Amy Sauceda | Amoeba Landing

      Old Disney Illustrations - found on http://disneyetc.blogspot.com/2008/08/rare-walt-disney-magazine-illustrations.html

    • Alix North

      "Blast Off with Walt Disney Magazine" Illustration, 1959, artist uncredited -- image via Miehana on Flickr

    • April Ressler

      what! what?!?! awesomeness!!! "Blast Off with Walt Disney Magazine" Illustration, 1959 by Miehana

    • Hilary Neidhart

      Love the decoration on their helmets. "Blast Off with Walt Disney Magazine" Illustration, 1959

    • Ophee L

      "Blast Off with Walt Disney Magazine" Illustration, 1959 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    • Wilma de Groot

      "Blast Off with Walt Disney Magazine" Illustration, 1959 by Miehana, via Flickr

    • Natasha McCarthy

      50s illustration style - Google Search

    • Cary Horne

      Disney poster circa 1959

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