In probably the weirdest and most unsettling commemoration of Movember (mustache November) that we’ve seen yet, blogger and illustrator Adam Ellis has created a series of images of Disney princesses with lush beards. Did you ever wonder what Jasmine might look like with a long, black beard tied with ribbons, or how Cinderella would look with a robust mustache? No? Well that’s too bad, because what you are about to see cannot be unseen.
Posts Tagged ‘Disney’
A new series of images by French illustrator, painter and graphic designer Pez (Pierre-Yves Riveau) called Distroy twists some of our most recognizable childhood and pop-culture icons, giving them a new, terrifying, gritty and urban appearance. His work is both inviting and unsettling because he takes familiar icons from pop culture and/or our childhood and tears them apart, making them seem decayed and far less innocent.
We‘re no strangers to the world‘s fascination with Grumpy Cat, but U.S. digital artist Tsaoshin has taken that interest in an unexpected new direction by casting the lovable, misanthropic kitty in a series of classic Disney tales. In the series, Tsaoshin playfully reinterprets Disney classics that we all know and love with the Grumpy Cat as one of the main characters, making for hilarious results.
One of the nicest childhood memories is how every fairy-tale we heard would always end in words “and they lived happily ever after”. But what if these fairy-tales were continued past this line, and we could learn what actually happened to the beautiful princesses and their knights? Photographer Dina Goldstein imagines what their lives could’ve gone like in her award-winning “Fallen Princess” photos series.
This time we’d like to show you some more new logos from Viktor’s ongoing series titled “Honest logos”. As we’ve talked before, Viktor Hertz is a freelance Graphic Designer from Sweden who turns well known logos into “Honest Logos”. He does that by cleverly changing the name of the company while still preserving the original style of the logo.