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Tag Archives: mashup
Digital artist, producer, and DJ Steve Porter was commissioned by Walt Disney World to produce one of his mash-up videos for the resort. I’m not a fan of auto-tune myself, but I do appreciate that something like this takes a … Continue reading
Okay, so I’m two holidays behind, but I just found this mashup featuring Walt Disney’s 1929 Mickey Mouse short “The Haunted House” with a new Halloween song from the eclectic band Doozy – It’s Halloween. Doozy is reviving prohibition pop … 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
I love those trailer mashups that combine a Disney world with an unexpected source. Very little could be further from the world of Disney than Taxi Driver and yet Bryan Boyce has managed to make a perfect “fair use” parody … Continue reading