Artist Shares Her Journey Of Expecting A Baby By Drawing Disney Princesses Going Through Pregnancy

Artist Anna Belenkiy is a freelance digital artist who is experiencing pregnancy for the first time. She decided to share her journey with her followers using Disney Princesses and some hilarious everyday moments of what it’s like being pregnant as part of her project “Real-life Princesses.”

Celebrating first moments

“Mulan and Shang Lee decided to celebrate super romantic Valentine’s Day, but the upcoming baby warrior had a different plan for their romantic date. This illustration was inspired by my baby’s first kicks.” Continue reading »

Japanese Illustrator Tacomaru Provides Stylish Take on Popular Cartoon Characters

Instagram is a perfect place to finding good art and following talented content creators. Featuring Japanese artist Tacomaru. She has released a modern-day takes on popular Disney and Studio Ghibli animated characters. Pretty cool. Btw, fans can also place orders directly with the artist, so why not spend a bit for an original piece of your own. Enjoy! Continue reading »

If Disney Characters Played In Popular Movies And TV Series By Alex Pick

Alex Pick brings Disney back in the most unexpected ways. Last time, the German artist, known to his 123k followers on Instagram as apicollodraws, ‘humanimalized’ Disney’s universe by turning our favorite animal characters into humans and the other way around in his spot-on illustrations. Continue reading »

Disney Characters ‘Humanimalized’: Artist Turns Animal Characters Into Humans And Humans Into Animals

Disney characters are distinct and special. They have their own style, aesthetic, and personal traits, which is why they’re so memorable. But let’s take a detour from the canon and ask ourselves “what if something was a little different about them?” What if, for example, Bambi was a human being, and Cruella de Vil was a dog herself? What would they look like then? Continue reading »

Teach Yourself to Draw with The Help of The Man Who Influenced Walt Disney, 1913

“In drawing from this book, copy the last diagram, or finished picture, of the particular series before you,” advises American artist E.G. Lutz (August 26, 1868 — March 30, 1951) in the introduction to his first book What To Draw and How To Draw It (1913). Continue reading »

“Disney Lockdown”: Artist Creates A ‘Realistic Disney’ Series Where He Imagines Famous Characters Living In 2020

“When You’re Social Distancing But Need To Curse A Newborn Baby Asap”

We tend to romanticize Disney characters. We see them as someone to look up to. But what if becoming just like them was way easier than we think? What if they were just like regular people with regular quirks, regular mannerisms, and regular problems? That’s the question that Indonesian Photoshop artist Andhika Muksin (previously) is answering by inserting Disney princes and princesses into real life and imagining what would happen. It’s time to take our rose-colored glasses off. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Reimagines Disney Princesses As Moms With Babies

Russian artist Oksana Pashchenko is pretty well-known amongst Disney fans, but that’s not only because she is a lifelong Disney fan herself. With over 68k Instagram followers, the artist mostly posts Disney-related content that is a fresh take for the eyes. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Funny Illustrations of The Backstage Of Disney’s Famous Scenes

Have you ever wondered what happens in the backstage of Disney movies? Andhika Muksin is back on Bored Panda to show you just that. He creates hilarious edits of Disney movies so that we can see the behind the scenes of famous scenes and how they were “actually made.” Continue reading »

This New Snapchat Filter Makes Your Dog Look Like A Disney Character

For ages now, the spotlight has been on all of Disney’s princesses and a number of protagonists from the various animated series and movies that Disney has created over the decades. Continue reading »

Dutch Illustrator Transforms Pets Into Adorable Disney Characters

Fan of Disney animation productions and friend of animals, the Dutch illustrator Isa Bredt had the good idea to use her talents to sublimate the pets that share our lives. Continue reading »

This Artist’s Disney Paintings Look Better Than Disney Movies Themselves

Looking at these magical Disney scenes it’s hard to believe that these are actual paintings and not digital illustrations. They’re the work of American artist Thomas Kinkade, who was the master of chiaroscuro, a painting technique using light and dark contrasts to create a sense of drama and the illusion of volume. That’s why it looks as though your favorite childhood characters could come alive any second and step through the painting to greet you. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos Show What Disney Princesses Would Look Like If They Were African American

Hairstylist LaChanda Gatson decided to redefine the image of a traditional princess in a stunning photo series that showcase elegant, colorful and brave African American princesses. Continue reading »

In 1928 The Original Mickey Mouse Looked A Little Bit Different And Not So Loveable

Mickey on top of a pile of letters that he received from fans. 1928.

When the iconic Mickey Mouse was born, he was maybe not-quite-so-loveable. Some even described his look as creepy or disturbing. It would take a few years before Mickey’s look was locked down. These interesting pictures shown here document Mickey’s look when he made his first appearance. Continue reading »

Florida Man Arrested Trying To Quarantine On Abandoned Disney Treasure Island, And That’s What This Island Looks Like From The Inside

The 42-year-old said he didn’t hear numerous deputies searching the private island for him on foot, by boat and by air because he was asleep in a building. He told the deputy he didn’t know it was a restricted area, despite there being numerous “no trespassing” signs. Continue reading »

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. Continue reading »

Detailed 3D Illustrations Of Anatomically Correct Cartoon Character Skulls Labeled As Scientific Specimens

Prague 3D illustrator Filip Hodas, aka hoodass (previously), has created “Cartoon Fossils”, a brilliant series of highly detailed 3D illustrations that show the anatomically correct skulls of famous cartoon characters as labeled scientific specimens. Continue reading »

This Retired Cabinet Maker Goes Viral For Making Broken And Weird Furniture That Belongs In Disney Movies

Woodworking is a tough skill to master. It requires plenty of patience, knowledge, the right tools, and, of course, lots of practice. Once you can get a hold of the basics, you’re ready to bring the weirdest creations of your imagination to life. And it doesn’t matter whether you just enjoy looking at intricately made wood items or you’re interested in learning the craft yourself—you’ll appreciate the works of a woodworker named Henk Verhoeff, who’s guaranteed to inspire you. Continue reading »

The Walking Disney, Pixar And Dreamworks: Artist Re-Imagines Famous Cartoons As ‘The Walking Dead’ Characters

DeviantArt user Kasami-Sensei has re-envisioned the sweet and innocent protagonists of several Disney films in the style of zombie hunters (and a zombie) from AMC’s “The Walking Dead”. We knew that these Disney princesses and princes were cool and tough, but now they really kick-butt. Check out several of Kasami-Sensei’s illustrations below and head over to his DeviantART page for even more. Continue reading »

Kids With Down Syndrome Pose As Disney Characters For A Beautiful Awareness Campaign

Everyone is beautiful, no matter whom they were born as. This is the central idea that British photographer Nicole Louise Perkins wants to share with the world with her amazing ‘Down With Disney’ campaign that celebrates children who have Down Syndrome. Continue reading »

Artist Reimagined Famous Movie And TV Scenes With Cartoon Characters

Friends

According to Omerika, an artist:”The idea of replacing people with famous Disney and other cartoon characters in photos has been long done before by many, but I wanted to perpetuate it in a cool humorous way that will bring back nostalgic memories for some people, and inspire those who haven’t had the chance to watch these cult movies before.” Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Takes Away The Innocence From Disney Characters And Puts Them Into Wrong Scenarios

Walt Disney Studios is an integral part of most people’s childhoods, creating memorable characters that have stuck with us for many generations. Disney’s style is heartwarming stories and heroic characters. Continue reading »

Artist Rowan Stocks-Moore Reimagines Iconic Disney Posters In His Own Minimalist Style

Rowan Stocks-Moore, a London-based freelance illustrator and graphic designer, who’s passionate about book and film covers, as well as design in general, puts his unique perspective on our childhood fantasy classics. Continue reading »

Guy Photoshops Himself Having Fun Adventures With Disney Characters And The Result Is Adorably Funny

As children, many of us have dreamed of magical places where we would have some wild adventures with a few cool friends whom we just met in a fantasy world. Continue reading »

This Guy Was Bullied In School For Being Gay, Now His Cosplay Is Taking Over Instagram

Jonathan Stryker is a cosplayer from Miami, Florida whose incredible cosplaying skills will put everyone to shame. He gained most of his media attention by dressing up as Disney princes and Johny Depp characters for 10 days. Continue reading »

Famous Brand Logos Reimagined As Disney Movies

All major companies know the importance of having a good and distinctive logo. The logo is a signature of a company that helps people instantly identify a business, its nature, and makes a significant impact on a company’s public perception. Continue reading »