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.
Disney movies are based off stories that are, for the most part, very difficult to place in correct historical order. You could always try to place them in history, depending upon the characters, the setting, and even clothes. It won’t always be the correct answer, but the estimate can be pretty good.
Nobody saw it coming, and Disney Princesses turned out to be monsters. On the plus side, they are very cute, very Disney-like monsters, and probably would be loved a hell lot more in some parallel universe. Well, in fact I’m sure the little monster princesses would find a lot of admirers in our own universe as well. The monster Disney princess illustrations are the work of artist Jennifer a.k.a. NoFlutter.
Finally, tiaras that are fit for a princess, more appropriately, a Disney princess. Eclectic Charms rendered and designed these tiaras inspired by Disney Princesses. They look quite classy and bright, good enough to go with the princess look. The designer is hoping that Disney itself, or some other source will take an interest in the designs, and take them to production.
Zombies fear Disney stars. They don’t just kill by sunshine and adorable looks, when it gets down to business, they are pretty scary hunters of the undead. Just look at them enjoying the kill in these illustrations by Kasami-Senei. Don’t be fooled by their appearances, they are absolutely heartless psychopathic killing machines, who seem to have found a way to vent on the zombies. We should be glad.
Photographer Annie Leibovitz has an ongoing series titled Disney Dream Portraits. For the series, the photographer chooses a scene and character from Disney movies, and recreates the scene in a photograph, with a celebrity playing the role of the Disney character.
Disney Princesses habitually show a lot less skin than the ladies in Game of Thrones, but then the princesses don’t live in a world as cruel as Westeros. Illustrator Sam Tsui illustrated thirteen Disney characters and princesses as women from A Song of Ice and Fire. It’s just about a month before Game of Thrones returns to the television, and “The Wonderful World of Westeros” series is just about the meeting of odds and the cruel twists we expect from the series.
Russian design student Sasha has illustrated Disney Princesses as fashion sketches that look ripe for the runway. Of course, turning the characters into conventional fashion illustrations changes the look, but the artist has made an excellent effort in keeping close to the original.