To Warn On Ecological Disaster, French Artist Prefers To Have The Message Carried By Disney Characters

In his drawings, French illustrator Baptiste Drausin, aka The Baptman delivers an updated version of the famous films, bringing environmental issues to the fore. We can see Mary Poppins drowned in a cloud of pollution, the Little Mermaid strangled by plastic waste or even Bambi in a completely decimated forest… Tinged with sadness, these illustrations break the fate of these iconic characters to raise awareness of the urgency to act for the planet.

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