Topic: Disney Princesses

Artistic Genius Draws Sloth Versions Of The Major Disney Princesses

Artistic Genius Draws Sloth Versions Of The Major Disney Princesses

Have you ever wondered what your favorite Disney princess would look like as a sloth? What a silly question. Of course you have. As some of the cutest and sleepiest beings that evolution’s ever brought us, they are bound to occupy your thoughts quite often. Plus, if you think about it, they are basically the princesses of the animal kingdom. Big, lovely eyes? Check. Ladylike demeanor? Check. Sophisticated handle on beauty? Check. A tendency towards laziness and vanity? Check and check. Hence, I invite you to feast your eyes upon these sketches by artist/genius Phillip Light, which are aptly titled “Disney’s Sloth Princesses.” So sleepy. So…regal. More »

How To Dress Like 10 Disney Princesses

How To Dress Like 10 Disney Princesses

Growing up, I loved watching Disney movies… and I’m sure most of you can relate. For a few years, I watched The Little Mermaid every single day, which my parents must have loved (not really). Whenever a Disney movie came on, I sat in front of the TV in awed silence, wondering what I had to do to be just like the fabulous princesses on the screen. More »

Gallery: This Art Series Puts Disney Characters In Some Rather Prurient Situations

Gallery: This Art Series Puts Disney Characters In Some Rather Prurient Situations

I’m a huge fan of twisted takes on beloved childhood icons. So when I saw the naughty Snow White picture that scorned wife Liberty Ross put up on Instagram in the wake of the (possibly staged) K-Stew cheating scandal last week, I wanted very badly to know who’d made it.

As it turns out, it’s by an artist by the name of José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros, and he is quite prolific! According to his gallery, he puts Disney characters in familiar adult (and/or tabloid-y) situations as a “tribute to pop culture, fashion, animation, horror films and the undeniable attraction of celebrity.” You can see more of his work at his gallery’s website, or check out his show Disasterland in person if you’re currently in LA. (It opens tonight.) More »