This past weekend was the biennial D23 Expo held in Anaheim, CA. A lot happened. A lot of cool news was revealed and announced. A lot of merch was bought (and sold on eBay). A lot of people killed a lot of time standing in line.
For those who didn’t want to brave the hours-long lines to buy merch or get into panels, though, the show floor had a number of really cool exhibits.
Today, I’m bringing you an up-close look at a LOT of loud Hawaiian shirts. The John Lasseter Studio Collection occupied a bit of floor space opposite the Pixar booth. The exhibit showcased Lasseter’s line of custom-designed, movie-themed Hawaiian shirts.
Most people know that Hawaiian shirts are Lasseter’s signature look. However, many don’t realize that every movie he produces or directs gets a custom design. The tradition dates back to 1999’s Toy Story 2 and continues to this day.
Without further ado, here’s a closer look at each of the shirts. (Click for a closer view.)