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Sweet Disney Princesses Stalked By Villains From Hell

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For his latest imaginative series artist and illustrator Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros had the novel idea of pairing the much-loved Disney Princesses with the world’s most infamous villains which we’ve all come to fear.

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Juxtaposing the innocent with the malevolent his series sees two worlds colliding with the likes of the menacing Freddy Kreuger dropping in to see Sleeping Beauty or Leatherface brutally slaying dear Tinkerbell.

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It’s highly unlikely you’ll ever see these characters come face to face on the silver screen, but Ontiveros twisted imagery allows us to imagine a far sinister side to the classic Disney tales of old.

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You can see the entire series, including more disturbing Disney-themed creations via Ontiveros’s official Facebook Page.

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