A PAIR of limited edition Disney graphics will be unveiled today.

The pieces, which commemorate 90 years since the film debut of Mickey Mouse, will go on show at the Castle Fine Art Gallery in Nile Street, Brighton.

The exhibition has been specially curated by Disney and Castle.

The two new graphics have been created by official Disney artist Tim Rogerson.

He has used his Cubist style and colour scheme to depict Mickey Mouse and his grumpy counterpart Donald Duck with a modern twist.

Tim was the last artist to be hired and trained by Disney’s Ralph Kent, who was one of Mickey Mouse’s official handlers, and it wasn’t long before his works began selling in galleries all over the world.

Valerie Kaye, gallery manager at Castle Fine Art Brighton, said: “It’s a privilege to be releasing two unique graphics by one of Disney’s very own fine artists. So many of us grew up watching Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck and to this day the characters continue to inspire and bring joy to people all over the world.

“We can’t wait to bring a little bit of Disney magic to Brighton.”