Unhappily Ever After: Artist Creates Unhappy Endings To Cartoon Characters

Artist Jeff Hong has done an illustration project where he placed his favorite cartoon characters in unfortunate social contexts, where they are suffering the dramas and anguish of ordinary people.

Jeff who claims to be a big fan of Disney studios has decided to put his creativity and professional tools to pass on a message of awareness. Topics such as pollution, deforestation, animal abuse, drugs or image obsession, were used in these drawings, starring characters like Winnie Poh, Little Mermaid, Dumbo, and Bambi.

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