What if the Disney princesses were bad? Not just bad, but really…twisted? If your inner princess is just a little bit wrong (and you like it that way!), this Twisted Princess collection will speak to your soul. Much appreciation to … Continue reading Twisted Princesses
This version of the Disney Princess crew – and Kristen Wiig as a boozy Cinderella – makes me so very happy. The rest of Lindsay Lohan’s SNL comeback went downhill pretty fast, but this cracked me up. Here’s the best … Continue reading The Real Housewives of Disney
Before we begin, let’s see how Disney defines a true princess: The franchise currently comprises eleven [Note – now twelve] female protagonists from ten different Walt Disney Animation Studios films and one Pixar film who are either royal by birth, … Continue reading Which Disney Princesses are True Royalty?
I think quite a few readers have found me whilst searching for Tim Shumate’s awesome illustrations, which include quite a few pinup tattoo style Disney princesses. My unofficial guide to Disney princesses is another fan favorite. This super detailed post … Continue reading Seeking Disney Princess Pinups?
Ooh la la! This is my last Disney post o’ the week, so I hope you enjoy. At first I just assumed my sister made these, because I know she’s on DA, an amazing artist, and a huge Disney fan. Oh, and her name is Mimi. But this is a different Mimi – mimi-na on DeviantART – that I am not related to. Plus her name seems to be Amy Mebberson, so I’m quite sure we are not siblings. :) Amy/Mimi is, however, hugely talented and creative, so I’m really pleased that I came across her work. Without further delay, … Continue reading Disney Pinup Girls
Last week I posted with images and links for the 7 Deadly Sins of Disney Princesses, so I thought I would follow it with the 7 Virtues of Disney Princesses. These were not made by the same artist, but they’re both on DeviantART and I believe they inspire one another. Thanks to pat7 for these gorgeous creations! Here are the princesses, shown in a more positive light!
Belle as Temperance certainly makes sense – she was quite patient and open-minded. She wanted fair treatment and justice for her social outcast father and the beast, and Gaston’s conceit held no interest for her at all. Good job Belle!
Poor Rapunzel didn’t have much choice in the matter, but the virtue of Patience works for her. She waited, more or less patiently, just growing out her golden locks and waiting for rescue. She could also fend for herself, which makes her an extra-appealing princess in my book. (Click “read more” at right for the rest) Continue reading “7 Virtues of Disney Princesses”