Artist Shows Which Disney Characters Your Favorite Celebrities Should Be (26 Pics)
Ukraine-born artist Helen Morgun gave us a cool drawing series we didn't know we needed. She reimagined our beloved famous people as Disney characters. Helen has been working on the drawing ideas for quite some time now, and the unexpected mashups have been taking the internet by storm.
From Emma Stone as Merida to Billie Eilish as Kida Nedakh, Helen definitely gave Hollywood some ideas to consider. It's clear that the artist carefully studies not only the physical features but personalities of each famous person before "assigning" them their animated character alter-egos. Scroll down, upvote your favorite famous characters and let us know in the comments what you think of the series.
Tom Hiddleston As Hades
"I've been in love with Disney since childhood," Helen told Bored Panda. "Over the years, I've collected wonderful memories of Disney cartoons and characters. And the amazing thing is that they continue to surprise me.
"The artist said that she started this series with the drawing of Rachel McAdams, "I painted her as Cinderella. I really love this popular actress and it always seemed to me that she would be very suitable for this role. After completing the portrait, I decided that it was possible to make a series of drawings with different famous people as Disney characters and began to look for similarities. My followers liked the idea as well."
Rihanna As Tiana
"I started doing polls in my Instagram stories where people would choose from two famous people as candidates for a new Disney character. It's fun."
Even though Helen has been working on this project for quite some time, she plans to continue it. "As I've said, I have a lot of followers who really like this series. I myself really like to transform real-life stars into these famous characters. It's like a little adventure every time."
"I'm glad that these drawings have attracted the attention of so many people, and I want to say thanks to all of those who supported me and my work. It's very motivating to realize that your work resonates with people."