With the release of Fallout 4 imminent, one gamer got so excited that he decided to throw a few Disney characters to the Wastelands in these fun illustrations.

Artist Peter Slavik imagined Snow White, Alice, Ariel, Rapunzel, and Belle as well-adjusted Vault Dwellers. In fact, Snow White is still trying to talk to the animals (although I wouldn’t dare go near a mole rat for a friendly chat) and Belle is nose deep in a book passing right by a super mutant Gaston.

Check out the entire series after the break.

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Artist Jackie Huang recreates characters from Disney, Marvel, and more with her unique 3D paper portraits. These stunning images literally pop off the page with perfectly colored layers.

Her intricate designs take between 10 to 40 hours to complete. She begins each piece with a sketch that she adjusts digitally, then chooses colors for cutting into each pattern. She usually goes back to add some details with paint at the very end.

Check out more of her whimsical paper art after the break.

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This collection by Finnish artist Jirka Väätäinen reimagines what classic Disney villains might look like in real life.

He does an amazing job of turning the exaggerated features of animated characters into realistic portraits. So much so that I’m a little creeped out. For comfort, we can always look at his earlier collection of super hot (and very realistic) Disney dudes.

After the break, take a look at the life-like faces of The Evil Queen, Hades, Ursula, Gaston, and Captain Hook.

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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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Artist Isaiah K. Stephens imagined Hogwarts full of Disney characters for Cosmo and I just wish this was a real thing. Would Elsa be sorted into Ravenclaw or Slitherin? What would Ariel and Mulan’s patronus look like? With princesses and villains both making appearances, this series is just delightful.

Check out more magical illustrations after the break.

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Fans of Frozen will be excited to hear that their favorite characters–namely Anna, Olaf and Elsa–are getting ready to take to the skies and see the world. Calgary-based WestJet airlines recently debuted their new Frozen-themed passenger plane.

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Featuring detailed pictures of Olaf on the fuselage (why is the snowman sunning himself?) and Elsa and Anna on the plane’s tail, the jet also features cool Frozen-themed decor on the interior (including the lavatories).

Take a closer look with additional pictures and a video after the break…

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While we’ve seen artists take on this concept before, DeviantARTist s0alaina decided to draw them in the styles of their movies while also keeping their cultural style and outfits in mind.

Check out more examples after the break.

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star wars disney mashups

Yup, that’s Belle as a wookiee and Jar Jar as Ariel. BuzzFeed contributor Bill Varner decided there’s more room for Disney princesses in the Star Wars Universe so he drew some wild character mashups.

Jabba may be my favorite.

Check out the entire collection 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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When 14-year old Auli’i Cravalho of Oahu, Hawaii auditioned for the role of Moana in the upcoming Disney animated film of the same name, she thought there was no way she’d ever get the role. She was thrilled just for the opportunity.

When she got a callback, she was even more excited –– but she wasn’t quite as excited as the producer and directors wanted, so they asked her to imagine how she’d feel if she found out she’d been offered the role.

What followed was Disney magic at it’s best. I’ve never see someone become a Disney Princess right before my eyes. I may have shed a tear or two over it.

Watch the video after the break.

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