Disney+ refreshes with STAR WARS concept art for #MayThe4th

Disney+ will honor the artistry of Star Wars with concept art takeovers on the service. This is the first design refresh for Disney+ and brings to life the immersive nature of the platform’s unique dedicated brand pages. 

On Friday, May 1st (8pm AEST), the Disney+ homepage carousel will feature Star Wars concept art from the legendary Ralph McQuarrie from his 1975 painting of the droids in the desert.

For the first time ever, fans will be able to navigate to a dedicated brand page directly from carousel art, where fans will then be treated to an adaption of character art from the Star Wars Celebration 2019 commemorative mural by Jason Palmer and other celebrated artists.  

The concept art takeover continues on May the 4th with each film and series’ artwork updated to feature its original concept paintings, from “Star Wars: A New Hope” to “The Mandalorian”.

Here’s a sample of what fans can expect:

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