A Twitter user named Feline spotted a young girl being followed by some random animals in their yard. She took a video of this unusual sight and uploaded it on social media which went viral.
According to the uploader, the young girl named Laurie lived near her mother’s house and would pass by every other day. Every time she walks, her animal friends namely tipsy and thistle (skunk), Sandy and Bambi (deer), and Bear and Mowgli (cats) follow her around.
There is this little girl at my moms house that walks by every other day with some random animal combo following her around. pic.twitter.com/xhjBrrPdFN
— feline (@yagirlbaylo) July 2, 2019
Laurie’s grandparents do wildlife rehab at a facility that helps injured wild animals. Because of this, she was able to learn how to get along with these animals.
A lot of netizens were amazed by her and even said that maybe she is a Disney Princess like Snow White who also has the ability to make animals follow her and even help her with chores.
She’s a Disney princess. There’s no other explanation. Baby girl literally strolling like… pic.twitter.com/cCtBpiqTnD
— Ugly&Ok (@keyliebug) July 21, 2019
— Stef (@_steffieweffie_) July 21, 2019
Some of the netizens were really amazed and even can’t believe that she was followed by a skunk.
— Freezy (@freemmatt) July 21, 2019
With Laurie’s amazing talent, she was able to inspire a lot of people to care more for the environment and for animals.
Are you a die-hard fan of Disney Princesses? Were you inspired by their literal fairytale story?
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:
Staub was a BFA graduate at Moore College of Art & Design and is currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, working as an illustrator and artist.
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It was not too long ago when an American student-photographer set the internet on fire after creating a controversial ‘personal project’.
Shannon Dermody is a student from Hancock, New York. Despite being a New Yorker, she is currently majoring in Photography at the Antonelli Institute in Philadelphia.
Some of her specialties include senior and family portraits, weddings. Even though she works fully digital, she is an experienced filmmaker, too.
She recalls that in one of her classes, they were assigned to create a 9-photo series. According to her, she wanted to show awareness to the problems that continuous to plague the world. Matching with this great cause, she used characters that are ‘held in a very high manner’ to show real world problems that have a great impact on the society.
Even though she did not elaborate the characters she used for her personal project, it is obvious that it’s the well-loved collection of Disney Princesses. Despite the princesses’ beautiful and classy frame, she turned it into something dark that will deliver the deep message she wants to shed light on.
On Facebook, she uploaded only 8, because, according to her, for ‘viewer purposes’. Later in this post, you would know the real reason why the last piece of her project was put in private.
Lastly, putting sensitivity on the last image, she decided to put it in private. She did not upload this on Facebook and had a special section for this on her blog. She did not intend to trigger anyone who is undergoing mental health issues. Also, she wanted to stand up for those who are being belittled just because they are mentally ill. So if you do have the thoughts, stop scrolling.
All photos are from the photographer, and to know more about Shannon, you can visit her blog here.
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It’s not the first time The Dailypedia featured celebrities and their cartoon character lookalikes.
Are you ready for another round?
1.) Ruby Rodriguez and Meg Griffin
Ruby Rodriguez is a Filipino actress and host of the longest running variety show Eat Bulaga. Meg Griffin is the tritagonist of the Family Guy franchise.
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