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Tag Archives: Art
If you think back through all the Disney and Pixar movies you’ve seen over your life, you’ll realize that stars and the night sky often play a big role. UK Artist Marianne Hanoun saw this and made it her challenge … Continue reading
Artist Karen Hallion, whose Steampunk Disney Princesses we profiled in 2011, and whose Disney Princess tshirt battle we highlighted before, obviously loves Disney. But did you know, she is also a Doctor Who fan. Her illustrations that mashup Disney and Doctor … Continue reading
“It’s kind of fun to do the Impossible” – Walt Disney. Digital artist Chris Alcoran has taken Walt’s quote to a beautiful extreme by combining terrific photos of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure with amazing skyscapes and outerspace visions. The … Continue reading
Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World resort is in the early stages of its transformation into Disney Springs. A lot of what we knew as DTD (including Pleasure Island and NYE every night) is gone forever. However, there are … Continue reading