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Mother Handmakes Little Disney Costumes For Her Daughter

Mother Handmakes Little Disney Costumes For Her Daughter

Mother Handmakes Little Disney Costumes For Her Daughter

For four years, nike air max pas cher Nike Air Max Goedkoop Angela Bonser who lives in San Diego used her sewing skills to handmake Disney-inspired costumes for her youngest daughter Haylie. Stephen Piscotty Jersey nike air max 95 pas cher Angela has made miniature outfits that look like those worn by princess characters like Rapunzel, Mochilas Kanken España Air Max Goedkoop Cinderella, Air Jordan 13 Uomo Fjallraven Kanken Classic Aurora, Joc Pederson Authentic Jersey Ariel, Fjallraven Kanken Classic Pocahontas and Mulan.

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Disney Princesses Reimagined As Different Ethnicities

Disney Princesses Reimagined As Different Ethnicities

Disney Princesses Reimagined As Different Ethnicities

The artist behind the Let There Be Doodles Tumblr blog modified 10 Disney princesses and imagined what they might look like if they were from different ethnicities. The modified pictures make for an interesting thought experiment – how different might Sleeping Beauty have looked if Princess Aurora was Jamaican or Argentinian? How might Mulan look if the same story happened in the defense of Rome or Egypt? As the artist points out, “fairy tales are constantly being taken out of their cultural context. Most of the fairy tales that we know now were taken out of their original cultural context and altered. Aladdin was originally set in China. The Frog Prince was Latin, and was altered over and over again in several countries.”

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Annie Leibovitz’s Celebrity Disney Dream Portraits

Jessica Chastain as Merida from Brave

Jessica Chastain as Merida from Brave

World renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz has been photographing celebrities as popular Disney characters for years as part of her ongoing collection of Disney Dream Portraits. The latest addition to her series is Academy Award nominated actress Jessica Chastain as the red-haired Merida from the animated film Brave.

Leibovitz’s series takes popular cartoon characters from the classic Disney films and transforms them into real life versions of themselves with the help of a few celebrities. While not all of the photographer’s renditions are exact copies of their cartoon counterparts, they offer a sense of magic and fantasy come to life.

Julianne Moore as Ariel and Michael Phelps as a merman

Julianne Moore as Ariel and Michael Phelps as a merman

Beyonce, Oliver Platt, and Lyle Lovett as Alice in Wonderland

Beyonce, Oliver Platt, and Lyle Lovett as Alice in Wonderland

Jessica Biel as Pocahontas

Jessica Biel as Pocahontas

Penelope Cruz and Jeff Bridges as Beauty and the Beast

Penelope Cruz and Jeff Bridges as Beauty and the Beast

Mikhail Baryshnikov, Gisele Bundchen, and Tina Fey from Peter Pan

Mikhail Baryshnikov, Gisele Bundchen, and Tina Fey from Peter Pan

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Antony from Aladdin

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Antony from Aladdin

Jennifer Hudson as Tiana from The Princess and the Frog

Jennifer Hudson as Tiana from The Princess and the Frog

Taylor Swift as Rapunzel

Taylor Swift as Rapunzel

Rachel Weisz as Snow White

Rachel Weisz as Snow White

Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella

Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella

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