Buzzfeed illustrator and writer Jen Lewis posted this wicked batch of pictures, imagining what Disney princesses would look like without the help of that ubiquitous digital doctoring technology that’s going on all the time. They’re so outlandish, they’re funny. Obviously, Nicolas Cage makes a surprise appearance.
Just as we were starting to empathize with Nicolas Cage after reading his interview with The Guardian (just check out how sensibly he talks about his role in The Wicker Man, “… There’s a need by some folks in the media to think that we’re not in on the joke.
Now this is slightly morbid. Simone Rovellini — who created his first Exploding Actresses creation with Julie Andrews from The Sound of Music because ‘the paradox of such a sweet character exploding was comic‘ — has since gone on to make scores of animated GIFs with other actresses exploding with the help of After Effects. […]
Every child either wants to be a Disney princess or be with one (maybe even both). Artist Tim Shumate appeals to the latter with his Tattooed Princesses’ series: a collection of Disney favourites transformed into pinup bombshells. And if sci-fi is more your thing, he’s also done a smouldering Princess Leia just for you.