disney princesses

Artist Isabelle Staub was experiencing a creative block, so she channeled her love of Disney to help her work through it. The result is a series of gorgeous digital paintings of Disney princesses in a “realistic” style. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]

Ever since the Star Wars franchise was purchased by Disney, fans have questioned whether or not Leia should be an official Disney Princess. Carrie Fisher’s passing has prompted one fan to launch a petition on Change.org in an attempt to persuade Disney CEO Bob Iger to bend the rules: [click to continue…]


Disney Princesses are prime POP figure territory, which is why Funko has gone ahead and redesigned Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Tiana to “show off their beautiful gowns”. The figures are available to pre-order now with a special sparkly Ariel coming exclusively to Hot Topic this Fall. Check out the entire lineup below. [click to continue…]


I’m sure you’ve been wondering when the Internet would get around to portraying Disney Princesses as Wookiees, given the fact that they’ve been portrayed as literally everything else.

Well, the time has come.

LA-based artist Michael Nozinich worked with Obsev to bring you these unsettling images. Check out more below.

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In case you haven’t noticed, Disney Princesses really stoke the imagination of artists online. Over the years we’ve seen them reinterpreted as Jedi, velociraptors and, inexplicably, cement mixers. So it’s somewhat refreshing to see the characters in their original forms, albeit interpreted in an entirely new art style.

So when we saw that an artist, going only by the name of Maryam, had posted a gallery of portraits depicting Disney Princesses in an anime style we thought they were definitely worth sharing.

Check out Maryam’s awesome artwork below.

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Artist Phill Berry isn’t the first to imagine Disney Princesses as Jedi and I’m sure he won’t be the last, but his unique style and take on the idea is what makes us see each Princess in an exciting new light.

Ariel’s legs may be my favorite touch. See more examples below.

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disney native

YouTuber Movie Munchies has collected clips of Disney princesses and altered them so you can experience what the songs are like in the native or source language of each princess. So, Belle sings in French, Mulan sings in Chinese, Megara in Greek, etc.

I’ve discovered a couple of things watching these two videos Movie Munchies put together: 1) Any Disney song sounds dreamier in French and 2) Meg in Greek is kinda rockin’.

Check out the videos below.

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Disney Ladies With Weapons


My new fav Deviantartist Meo Mai has designed some of the most badass Disney warrior ladies we’ve ever seen (and we’ve seen a few). She brings her unique style (and some unique weapons) to each character.

In this wonderful series, each of the 10 characters wield imaginative weapons with some minor costume changes here and there.

Check out all the Disney warriors after the break.

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If you aren’t already familiar, you really need to follow Emmy Cicierega on Tumblr. She’s an artist that does storyboards for Gravity Falls and posts hilarious comics on the Internet. Recently, she unveiled a series of Disney comics that she made years ago but never published.

Prepare yourself for a weird and hilarious peek into the lives of Disney princesses after the break…

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