A one metre long statement of inspiration, motivation and pure optimism. Written in 1964 as the musical theme for the Disney attraction Carousel of Progress for the 1964 World’s Fair in New York.

The lettering is 1 metre long, 6 cm high and 2.5 cm deep. I printed it out of transparent PETG. There is a groove on the underside into which an LED strip can be inserted for illumination from below. The whole model is divided into three parts.
When printing, please note that the infill pattern has a decisive influence on the later appearance.

“Walt Disney was the eternal optimist, and he really believed that things could be better. And Bob and Dick Sherman wrote that song as a personal ode to Walt. They really meant it…. That was Walt’s anthem, and they recognized that.”

— Marty Sklar

There’s a great, big, beautiful tomorrow’
Shining at the end of every day
There’s a great, big, beautiful tomorrow
And tomorrow’s just a dream away

Man has a dream and that’s the start
He follows his dream with mind and heart
And when it becomes a reality
It’s a dream come true for you and me

So there’s a great, big, beautiful tomorrow
Shining at the end of every day
There’s a great, big, beautiful tomorrow
Just a dream away

– Richard and Robert Sherman, 1964


PETG Transparent

LED Strip warm white

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