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.
Illustrator Nacho Diaz has a series of humorous and witty illustrations that are a treat to behold. Hit ahead to checkout some of the illustrations. You can get the illustrations as prints and T-shirts on RedBubble.
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.
Artist and illustrator Eduardo Sales takes a shot at our obsession with modern technology, and a few other points of life with his series Cinismo Ilustrado (Cynicism Illustrated). The witty series sees simple illustrations accompanied by a bit of text to drive the point home.
Artist Sei-G has a set of prints set in feudal Japan, and representing the events from Game of Thrones. Illustrations have been done in the traditional Japanese woodblock style, and the characters have been given a bit of appearance change to fit into the narrative of the Japanese style. Prints available on RedBubble.
Animals are human, well, they’re not but if you put them in clothes and have good finishing touches, they might as well be. Illustrations by artist Kim Nguyen put animals in human clothing, with expressions and style similar to humans.
A series of illustrations by TT of Let There Be Doodles imagines what Disney Princesses would look like if they were male. The dude princesses/princes of Disney were inspired by another series named Gay Disney.
Animals play the famous personalities of history in this set of illustrations by artist Christina Hess. Walking the line of a previous set of illustrations by the artist, this set is currently finished in graphite in bristol. The artist intends to have them in color for her Animals From History book, and is currently looking for a publisher.
Oman based artist Nabhan Abdullatif (NaBHaN) has this series of very humorous conceptual illustrations. Several of them are also available as T-shirts.
It has been a while since we last saw them, and Powerpuff Girls have now grown up into fine ladies. Here they are, posing on the cover of Justice Mag. We have to say, we’re enjoying the Justice Magazine series of illustrations by artist Artgerm (Stanley Lau). Hit ahead for images of Cheetara from Thundercats, and Harley Quinn posing on the magazine cover.