Are you a die-hard fan of Disney Princesses? Were you inspired by their literal fairytale story?
You’d love them even more
Isabelle Staub, a freelance illustrator, reinvents famous stills from Disney Princesses’ films to wonderful works of art. Would you believe that she was able to get out of a creative block when she came up with this brilliant idea?
According to her, “I’ve always loved Disney since I was a child, so I decided to paint the princesses in my own art style for fun.” As she told DesignTaxi, she really got into painting, taking 8 to 12 hours just recreating each image. The art genius admitted that most of the process was done in Corel Painter with a slight touch of Photoshop.
“I’m definitely ready to start a new series! Someone requested villains, which I think would be really cool. But I might give the whole Disney theme a rest for a while,” she said after fans gave her the idea of recreating the villains, too.
Some of her magnificent works are as follows:
Belle from “Beauty and The Beast”
Ariel from “The Little Mermaid”
Esmeralda from “The Hunchback of Notre-dame”
Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog”
Jasmin from “Aladdin”
Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty”
Staub was a BFA graduate at Moore College of Art & Design and is currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, working as an illustrator and artist.