9 Horror Movie Villains Re-Imagined as Disney Princesses
Kate Maxwell is a concept artist based out of San Fransisco who specializes in some incredibly unique 2D work she refers to as "wacky and wonderful." We couldn't agree more, especially after stumbling on this super unique series where she transforms some of pop culture's most famous horror movie villains and gave them the most amazing Disney Princess twist we have ever seen. These images combine two of my favorite worlds: horror and Disney. I'm positive you'll really get a kick out of every single one on this list, too!
1. Princess Predator
I wonder if one of Aladdin's wishes went terribly wrong? Either way, this is a twist on the ultimate hunter.via:Kate Maxwell
2. Princess Carrie
With a mermaid twist, Carrie is definitely ready for prom.
3. Princess Regan
You may reconsider an exorcism when she looks this fabulous.
4. Princess Freddy
Nightmares come true for this villain.via:Kate Maxwell
5. Princess Pinhead
This is what happens when Snow White raises hell.via:Kate Maxwell
6. Princess Leatherface
Still terrifying, even as a princess, and definitely looking like one creepy massacre.via:Kate Maxwell
7. Big Trouble in Little China's Lo Pan
An interesting combination with the heroine Mulan, this concept art comes at an opportunistic time because I've heard a remake is happening of this cult classic.via:Kate Maxwell
8. The girl from the Ring
Re-imagined as Rapunzel, this creepy girl looks extra spooky.via:Kate Maxwell
9. Princess Pennywise
You're welcome for the nightmares that I'm sure you'll have after looking at this one.via:Kate Maxwell
10. The gang is all here.
In all their glory.via:Kate Maxwell One of my favorite things is when artists re-imagine characters. Girls today are growing up with models in magazines and on television who don't reflect the women in their lives they look up to and it seems like every Disney Princess is just as petite. Thankfully, though Ashley Beevers (an artist from Melbourne, Australia) has recreated Disney princesses so that they are actually more realistic and apply to women today.