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 on Tee Fury, you can… Read More »A Disney Princess Battle on Tee Fury Today
Reader Angela sent in this video where she takes us through the Disney published children’s book – It’s A Small World: Furry Friends. She sees something askew and possibly racist in the lesson the book is imparting to young children. I’m in the middle of… Read More »Is Disney Children’s Book Racist?
I’m one of those kids who love the pixie dust of Disney stories on the one hand and darker stories like Roald Dahl and Maurice Sendak on the other. Sendak captured the imagination of millions of children with his book “Where the Wild Things Are”… Read More »Maurice Sendak exhibit coming to Walt Disney Family Museum
John Rocco has led an amazing life. He’s worked with Whoopi Goldberg, designed attractions for Walt Disney Imagineering, he’s even been awarded the Caldecott award for a book he illustrated. His illustrations for children’s books can be found on covers of great series like “The… Read More »Award Winning Imagineer’s Illustrations On Exhibit at Orlando Museum of Art
Here is a quick way to escape the Monday doldrums for all you Sci-Fi fans, take a few minutes to play “Where’s Wall-E”. Richard Sargent created this terrific illustration that challenges you to find Wall-E in his amazing illustration featuring dozens of robots. Bonus Points for… Read More »Where’s Wall-E Illustration Rocks the Robot Universe
I’m always happy when two of my loves come together and it is a lovely idea indeed to combine the two universes of Doctor Who and Duck Tales into one glorious poster titled “DocTales.” Starring: River Swan (who’s…actually a duck. WHATEVS), the Duckponds, and the… Read More »Doctor Who and Duck Tales Mashup
Via designer and illustrator @JoeyEllis comes a set of ‘cute’ Disney themed twitter emoticons. Click to see the whole set. Previously we saw Joey’s amazing 1933 Mickey Mouse themed mural for his son’s bedroom.
Lisa Mertins is an accomplished illustrator who works for the OC Register. She recently completed a dream assignment which consisted of going to Disneyland and drawing. That’s a tough day’s work, let me tell you. Her sketches and the results of her ‘Animation Academy’ class… Read More »Newspaper Illustrator’s Dream Assignment – Go to Disneyland and draw