In order to keep Walt Disney World looking as good as it looks, attractions and buildings must be occasionally closed for refurbishment.
In years past, plywood panels would be erected around the building so workmen could clean, repair, and paint the building out of sight of the guests.
But a couple of years ago, Disney came up with a great idea. They decided to print a picture of the building being rehabbed on a large canvas and position it in front of the structure. This was far and away more attractive than plywood panels and the intrusion on the guest was minimal.
Currently, City Hall in the Magic Kingdom is undergoing rehab. These pictures show how well this new technique works.