Frozen continues to be the gift that keeps on giving for the Walt Disney Company; their 53rd animated film was a return to form for their musical fairy tales, grossing over $1 billion dollars at the box office worldwide. In barely a year and a half, the adaptation of the Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale The Snow Queen has become a pop culture staple all over the world. The song “Let It Go” became an anthem for a generation of kids in much the same way songs from The Lion King, The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast were a few decades back. This past Halloween was filled with little Elsas and Annas everywhere, and Frozen cosplay for grown-ups has become a fixture at conventions, as well. With Frozen Fever, the short film now playing in front of Cinderella, and a full-length sequel in the planning stages, it’s clear the denizens of the kingdom of Arendelle are here to stay.
Now Insight Editions, in collaboration with Walt Disney Animation Studios, is bringing fans Frozen: The Poster Collection, a new book filled with pages of stunning imagery of the film’s gorgeously rendered environments and colorful characters like Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf. This new poster book contains 40 full-color, removable, and frameable posters that showcase “the spectacular design aesthetic that has helped to make Frozen a treasured addition to the Disney universe.” Frozen: The Poster Collection is available now, and be sure to check out some of the poster book’s pages in our gallery below.