Bureau of Magic launches Passport to Oz immersive experience

The membership-based community-powered experience built on the blockchain invites fans to be a part of the continuing Oz story through a “Lost in Oz” lens.


Passport to Oz


Bureau of Magic (BoM), IP owners and creative producers behind the animated Emmy Award-winning “Lost in Oz” series, are set to launch the Passport to Oz, a membership-based community-powered experience built on the blockchain that invites fans to be a part of the continuing Oz story through a “Lost in Oz” lens.

The Passport to Oz utilizes new technologies, innovative storytelling, and strategic partnerships - harnessing the power of blockchain to deliver exclusive animation, toys, and immersive fan engagement across the franchise which will be accessed via the Passport to Oz digital collectable tokens (NFTs).

The Passport to Oz enlists the know-how of Simba, a pioneering blockchain infrastructure company; Bluescape, a visual collaboration and online whiteboard platform; and the Toybox 3D-printing platform. On the animated content, BoM is working with animation studios to utilize next generation tools and combine real time rendering technology with traditional key frame animation. The short film continues the adventure for existing fans of “Lost in Oz” and welcomes new fans who have never seen the show.

Working with partners Toybox, BoM has developed a 3D-printable toy line, an initiative which aligns with the “Lost in Oz” co-viewing, co-play ethos. Toys will include printable Dorothy and Toto action figures and collectable magical elements. BoM is working with Bluescape to unite and collaborate with this distributed team of creatives and partners around the globe.

“The Oz books are multi-generational, timeless stories that have been shared and enjoyed by families for over a century,” said Executive Producer Mark Warshaw. “Through our co-viewing series, 'Lost in Oz', and now with the Passport to Oz we remain true to these values and the rich history of the Oz storyworld." Warshaw added, “It was always our goal to create a community-powered Oz that embraces creative independence and technological innovation, and now we can realize that vision.”

“The Passport to Oz is an inclusive celebration of the Oz story,” said Executive Producer Abram Makowka. “It’s an easy entry point for kids and families to dive into a magical storyworld we’re building within Web 3.0.”

In addition, all former and current “Lost in Oz” cast and crew are eligible for an exclusive, ultra-limited “Emerald Edition” Passport to Oz digital collectible. “The Bureau of Magic may be the credited creators of this series, but we aren’t the only people who put their heart and skills into the story, and we want to recognize that” says Warshaw.