San Francisco-based artist Diego Gómez has created quite an impressive set with this mashup that presents Disney Princesses as X-Men. I guess we should wait for a reverse mashup as well, with X-Men as Disney Princesses. Wolverine as Belle would make quite a great movie; The Beast and The Beast. On second thought, The Beast would probably work better than Wolverine.
Imagining a costume party in comic book universe, the question is, what would the ladies dress up as? Going as a Disney princess is arguably a safe bet, and the comic book ladies probably wouldn’t mind the setup. Illustrations by Aegistkitty on Tumblr put the ladies of DC and Marvel into a sweet mashup with Disney Princesses for a series titled Super Disney. It’s a series in progress, so we might yet get to see more.
Disney Princesses have had numerous avatars in artistic styles, but we hadn’t yet seen them cross over into the Doctor Who universe. Well, that’s happened now with artist Amy Mebberson creating this print/banner showing Disney Princesses cosplaying as Doctor Who characters. Click the image for a larger version. Via io9
We’ve seen Disney’s Princesses take on numerous roles already, here’s a fresh one. Artist Hapurianen imagined what Disney Princesses would look like in the world of Pokemon trainers. They look pretty good, and the artist has managed to bring anime-style looks to Disney’s princesses, without making them look entirely alien to their characters. Via Unrealitymag
Artist J. Scott Campbell has earlier regaled us with illustrations of Disney Princesses going the “sexy” way. A new set of illustrations are now out, and the ladies seem to show a preference for being scantily clad flimsy clothes, if clothed at all. Most of these illustrations have been made for the 2012 Fairy Tale Fantasies calendar.
Disney Princesses have become quite a recurring theme, and we’ve been seeing a fair bit of them recently. The latest set comes from artist Petite Tiaras, who has re-imagined Disney Princesses as magazine cover models. The princesses haven’t really gone that glamorous as they were for the covers of Vogue, but here they do kind of maintain more of their original style and looks. Oh, and Jasmine totally rules this one, with Belle a close second.
Over the last few months, we’ve seen quite a few plays on the style and appearance of Disney princesses. This latest one happens to be the work of deviantARTist HelleeTitch, who has transported Disney princesses into the Victorian age. These gorgeous illustrations by HelleeTitch present our beloved princesses in Steampunk style.
Disney princesses are adorable, and beautiful, in the style of Disney. But if they were real, they probably would look a lot different than what we see in animation. Taking up the noble cause, artist Jace Wallace decided to draw the ladies of Disney in a more “realistic” sense. And well, the princesses still look stunningly beautiful.