It's not too horrible, but it is very "Florida" (eg: looks like it's trying too hard and failing).
If it's temporary, fine, no prob. I just hope this doesn't make them think they should decorate the tunnels for every promo the MBAs out back can think of. Or worse, those horrible ads for anything else Disney owns, like they did over the exit turnstiles. I'll never forget the time they had some pissed-off looking Angels player staring us down as we exited.
Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...
This brings up something I've never thought of. Does Main Street begin the moment you enter the turnstyles? Or does it begin after you go under the berm?
Technically, I don't think Main Street begins until after you pass through the tunnels. The themeing however in the area before the tunnels still represents Main Street USA. The turnstyle houses, the Newsstand, and the Stroller/Wheelchair rental building all feature Main Street archetecture and themeing.
With that said, anything in this area should still represent and support the Main Street theme, which these new "graffitti" swirls do not.
Their contemporary design is not suitable for Main Street USA.
And to all the people out there who will say things like modern clotheshangers, cash registers, paint, Walt Disney's dedication plaque and other things which are not representational of the Main Street Theme, I say that while those things are not ideal, certain things cannot stay the same when certain things are needed to run a business more efficiently (cash registers, etc), or new laws come into play (new paint), or certain inconsistances are glossed over in favor of recognition and commemoration (Walt Disney's plaque).
Also keep in mind that all of these things like new paint, plaques, etc. are all added/used in ways that are unobtrusive to one's surroundings.
The Year of a Million Dreams banners, swirls, etc. have all been added in ways that scream for attention, in ways that are obtrusive to the themed environments that have been so meticulously created for the Guests.
And what's even worse is that these obnoxious, obtrusive decorations represent a promotion that many who visit the park still don't understand or even know about.