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Tag Archives: mashup
Artist Karen Hallion is back with another excellent Disney t-shirt for the Shirt-A-Day website Tee Fury. This one places Darth Vader’s daughter in the infamous stretch portrait from the Haunted Mansion. Leia’s Corruptible Mortal State comes in Charcoal, Silver or … Continue reading
Artist Karen Hallion, whose Steampunk Disney Princesses we profiled in 2011, obviously loves Disney. But did you know, she is also a Doctor Who fan. Her illustrations that mashup Disney and Doctor Who are some of my favorites. Today only … Continue reading
Watch Corbin Hayes’ Monsters University Mash Up in celebration of the upcoming Monsters University Short, “Party Central,” premiering March 21 in theatres with “Muppets Most Wanted!” Hayes is an electronic music producer originally from Tampa Bay, Florida. In Party Central, … Continue reading
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