We often question the meaning of love as even science still cannot completely define it. All we know is that there are different forms of love and many of them were introduced to us when we were children by our favorite childhood movies from Disney. However, even though most Disney movies taught us the importance of trust, compassion and most importantly love, most of them ended up with heterosexual happy endings. But we all know that love is not about gender, isn't that right? And one artist is here to show you that!
José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros is a talented artist from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico who creates controversial illustrations by manipulating popular images and pop icons inspired by Pop Art and Lowbrow Art. His latest project named "Dramaholics" shows the power of love depicting not only heterosexual but also homosexual couples. Who knows maybe after this series, we will finally get a heroine that identifies as LGBTQ+, or even a same-sex couple who will live happily forever after?
The artist uses his canvas to declare that love is love and the best way to express it is to kiss someone that you truly love. From Elsa kissing Rapunzel, Ursula lovingly holding Maleficent to Aladdin showing his affection to Hercules, José shows the beauty of different forms of love.
Also, if you're interested, you can find his previous controversial series of Disney characters living in modern times here on Bored Panda!