Classic Disney Villains Reimagined As Pin-Up Girls

Classic Disney Villains Reimagined As Pin-Up Girls

Here's yet another pin-up style-inspired Disney fan art!
But unlike the typical heroes and heroines post, this one's for the unlikely muses: the Disney villains
Alice in Wonderland's Queen of Hearts
Enough with the tattooed Disney princesses for a minute and let's move the spotlight on the baddies. They're usually the ones you love to hate. But as much as you want to push them off the cliff of far, far away, a good Disney movie is nothing without them.

A Los Angeles-based artist picked Disney villainesses to star in his new pin-up series.
Cinderella's Lady Tremain
Andrew is a Russian-born digital artist who moved to Los Angeles, California several years back. He's been creating pin-up style drawings for years, with a 10-year art and animation experience. His works have been featured in magazines like Cosmopolitan and Rolling Stone.
Tangled's Mother Gothel
Not many women will be too amused of his works though, but pin-up style is his forte.
101 Dalmatians' Cruella De Ville
Sleeping Beauty's Maleficent
Looking at his works, we do agree that it's about time the gatecrashers win this time.
Madam Mim of The Sword in the Stone
The Evil Queen in Snow White
How about a wicked-looking villainess pin-up tattoo next time?
Madame Medusa in The Rescuers
The Little Mermaid's Ursula
You may visit Andrew's site here.

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