Today we thought we’d take a look at some of our favourite childhood characters but in a new and unusual light.
It’s fun to imagine our favourite Disney Princesses in all kinds of settings – that’s why artists do it all the time! We’ve seen Disney girls change gender and experience romance in modern day cities, but Dave Salamanca Rojas went even further and imagined Disney Princesses during quarantine. They would also have to wear masks, right?
The world is a pretty strange, scary and definitely very tense place right now and everyone is coping in any way they can. Some people work out a lot, others spend ages watching movies and TV shows. But a lot of us are using humor as a coping mechanism and artists are not immune to that either.
Marco the Artist is a graphic designer based in LA and he’s been spending his quarantine being creative. His reimagined versions of Lion King characters will really make you see Lion King in a new way.
Disney’s entire business model seems to revolve around sequels and remakes these days. And look, I don’t blame them. If the movies are bringing in the big bucks, why not go the easy way? Who would take a huge gamble and risk losing a lot of money? I mean a company as rich as Disney could definitely afford a little experimentation. And it would really please audiences who are absolutely sick of the remakes.
Sometimes creators put special codes and so-called Easter Eggs into animation, while other times viewers need to use their own creativity to explain certain phenomena that simply don’t make sense.
I’ve seen many artists try to recreate iconic pairings from Disney cartoons in their own, unique artistic style, but this is by far one of the best ones I’ve seen in a long time. Here’s how South African artist Thaakirah Jacobs reimagined 6 iconic relationships from Disney cartoons in her own, unique and beautiful style.
The artist who used to be body-shamed all her life created a series of artworks that shows Disney Princesses as plus size models rocking the fashion world, and they look absolutely stunning.
Disney has been creating animation films since 1937, when they released Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which immediately became a hit. Here’s a quick look at some of the characters that got deleted from Disney movies.
Cartoon movie industry has nothing to do with original ideas. Almost everything we see on the screen is either a cartoon adaptation of an old story, a book, or simply a rip off. And there’s nothing bad about it as it is really hard to come up with original stories all the time. Plus, you can never go wrong with a good old story loved by millions of people around the world. This is why different countries have their own versions of Winnie the Pooh and Cinderella.
Who doesn’t like the Face Swap app, right? It’s hilarious! We’ve all tried it at some point. And who doesn’t like Disney movies? We all had a crush on Ariel at some point in our lives. And if Internet has ever been good for anything, it’s providing us with all kinds of Disney-related things. While…
We are pretty sure every girl you know has had some pictures taken of her at a certain point where – no matter how cute or gorgeous she is most of the time – she looks absolutely horrendous. Thankfully, someone decided that Disney princesses need this realism treatment too!
Many people think that it’s not a big deal to make a perfect cake, right? But these hilarious images will prove you wrong. Everyone makes mistakes, but some of these are truly unforgettable. People see a lot of cool handmade cakes on Pinterest, but in real life their creations look freaking ugly.