Well, I bought two paper prints from the Disney Gallery last April. They had been sitting in a cardboard tube for quite some time.
So, having taken everything out of the room, repainted, put everything back in, replaced the bed, and other improvements, I finnally got the artwork framed and just finished hanging it:
(No, they're not tilted; its just an illusion because the frames hang out from the wall and the pgoto was taken at an angle)
The first, most of you will probably recognize, is the Tomorrowland Mural currently above Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters (I will note that the Star Tours mural and the original Mary Blair mural are also available as prints, though not the horrid TL98 mural). The second is a piece of concept art by John Hench. Both are on display in the Disney Gallery at the moment; in the Tomorrowland section. The prints are pretty cheap; $15 for paper and $30 for canvas (I went for paper). The frames, however, are very expensive (not entirely Disney's fault, frames are expensive in general).
Over all though, very gratifying and its great to have a piece of Disney on my wall.