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11 Disney Princesses Re-Imagined as Millenials

11 Disney Princesses Re-Imagined as Millenials

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Anoosha Syed is a Canadian illustrator and character designer for TV shows who recently made a wave of excitement in the Disney world when she brought all of our favorite Disney princesses into the modern era. Disney Princesses are literally the thing of fairy tails so I'm sure you can imagine how excited today's young adult was to see them how they see themselves. 

Syed told diply that she, "attributes the inspiration for her series of works to the hashtag #moderndisney," and it's not hard to see why the Internet went bonkers with her creative contributions.

I'm positive you will get a kick out of seeing your princess heroes join us in modern times, dressed like us and taking selfies!


1. Rapunzel from Tangled

Tangled was one of my favorites from the first time I saw it and Rapunzel looks absolutely adorable here as a modern millenial. Maybe she's posing for her profile picture?

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2. Princess Jasmine

The Aladdin Princess perfectly encompasses her modern counterpart in this creative design. It's definitely a whole new world.

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3. Tarzan's Jane

I imagine her clothes would be very animal and eco friendly!

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4. Merida from Brave

Merida is the feisty punk rock tomboy we all want to be so this interpretation is truly fitting her spunky personality.

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5. Belle from Beauty and the Beast

Them modern bookworm! I especially love her skirt.

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6. Tiana from The Princess and the Frog

Dashing off to her restaurant, Tiana looks ready to tackle all obstacles.

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8. The Little Mermaid

There is no doubt that Ariel would sport short-shorts to show off those legs!

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9. Snow White

Fabulous with followers, Snow White could be the queen of Twitter.

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10. Esmerelda feom The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Sassy and strong, Esmeralda could mesmerize as a modern dancer.

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11. Pocahontas

Pocahontas maintains some cultural inspiration in her modern version.

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12. Mulan

Mulan is ready as ever to tackle all obstacles.

via:Diply An artist named Dada says she loves to use color pencils when she creates her unique designs and since she really loves Disney she wanted to do something a little different. So, she took the pure and honest good characters, or heroes of our favorite Disney movies, and merged them side-by-side with their villain counterparts. The results have been awesome and they have continued to gain popularity on her Instagram and in her shop. It's not hard to see why, I'm sure your favorite Disney enemies are here!
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