Everybody loves Disney, but let's face it, while the characters are often lovable, they're rarely representative of reality. I'm not just talking about singing lobsters or talking mice. I'm talking about the human characters and their unnaturally trim figures. We never see them working out, but Ariel, Rapunzel, Belle and Cinderella must hit the gym pretty hard to maintain such lean physiques.


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As you can see from these curvacious pinups however, Melbourne-based artist Ashley Beevers has decided to add some voluptuous volume to some of Disney's most beloved female leads. Her racey reimaginings give us a whole new perspective on some of Walt's most iconic women, and if you want to add them to your bedroom wall or the inside of your locker then head on over to her Etsy page and buy yourself some prints.

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#1 Belle

Belle

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Carmen Urquieta 1 month ago

Loved it!

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#2 Ariel

Ariel

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Olga Pen 2 months ago

Still maintains the waist to hips ratio of the hourglass. Would be nice is other types of the female body were represented.

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#3 Ursula

Ursula

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Lev Pavlovski 2 months ago

This is just a younger version of Ursula =)

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#4 Tiana

Tiana

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#5 Rapunzel

Rapunzel

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Dawn Frank 2 months ago

this is the one

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#6 Merida

Merida

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Alhaura 2 months ago

Somehow it makes me think about Eleanor in rainbow rowell's novel

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#7 Snow White

Snow White

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Lindsay Orozco 2 months ago

Pretty sure that's the Evil Queen, not Snow White

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#8 Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell

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Agnes Auxiliatrix 2 months ago

The roller blades on tinker bell is so creatively cute <333

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