If you know what it is, you've waited long enough.

A fan tribute to the infamous crew pin, which also made an appearance in the fabled "1952 Box" publicity stunt.

Its design was inspired by a frame from the introductory animation of the original Disneyland TV show hosted by Walt Disney. When frozen at just the the right moment, on a pair of gates mid-swing as they reveal a launching rocket, the negative space of the opening creates an iconic "T" shape.

1" in diameter.


The Dreamer's 1952 Crew Tribute Pin.
Available now. Get yours on Etsy.


  1. This looks great! I just ordered mine, and I can't wait to see it in person. I don't want to sound presumptuous, given the amount of time and effort to produce these, but have you ever considered making the "Governor Nix" style pin? Disney produced them in a three pack some years ago, and, along with this 1952 beauty, it's the last style I need to complete my collection! Again, this looks fantastic.

    1. The Nix pin and the 1964 pin are both coming this year!

    2. Sir, this is going to be a good year.