Sunday, July 28, 2013
Fairytale princesses reimagined as superheroes, college students, sloths
What follows are some other interpretations of these classic fairytale princesses.
Artist Aegis Kitty created a series of drawings that put Disney princesses in superhero costumes. Up top is Snow White dressed as Wonder Woman, who she dubs “Wonder White.” She calls the series Super Disney. (See article by Laughing Squid.)
Hyung86 designed Disney characters as college students for his series called Disney University. For example, here’s Cinderella. (See article by Laughing Squid.)
Princess Fighter series. See Tanker Bell above.
Phillip Light created a funny series that reimagines Disney princesses as sloths. Here’s Slotherella. (See article by Laughing Squid.)
Dark Princesses,” a collection of traditionally innocent Disney princesses wielding knives and guns in dark alleys and under bridges around Stockholm, according to Laughing Squid.
Hummel’s DeviantArt gallery. (See articles by Laughing Squid and GeekTyrant.)
Hannah-Alexander made a series of Disney princess illustrations in the style of Alphonse Mucha with a touch of manga. Here’s Snow White. (See article by GeekTyrant.)
Amy Mebberson has created a series of humorous comics called Pocket Princesses. (See article by GeekTyrant.)