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Tag Archives: fan art
It’s been a while since we checked in with Duy Truong. Turns out he’s still making some amazing fan photography based on the original Dream Portrait series from Annie Leibovitz. Much of his art comes close to capturing the magic … Continue reading
Artist Amy Mebberson who previously brought us amazing Dr. Who Muppets mashup and pens a weekly comic of Disney Princesss Fan Art is bringing her latest mashup to Comic-Con in NYC this week. It’s a clever take on Disney Princesses … Continue reading
A lovely exercise by deviantart artist Taja Vigilia places the age of each of the Disney Princesses at the age of their movies. They’re all enjoying a little tea party but are the same age as their respective movies (Snow … Continue reading
Thanks to artist Michael Regina for sending in a link to his four portraits of Disney Villains. I like this one of Gaston, but he’s also painted Scar, Ursula, and Jafar. I like how the paintings have an element of … Continue reading