It’s Movember this month, so obviously the cool folks at Buzzfeed got into the mood by bestowing beards upon Disney princesses. Glorious tresses means glorious facial hair. Yep.
Walt Disney and Salvador Dali’s film Destino can only be something truly amazing. Dali described it as: ‘a magical display of the problem of life in the labyrinth of time’. While Walt Disney said it was: ‘a simple story about a young girl in search of true love’. Either way, it’s breathtaking.
Walt Disney’s historic home is for sale in the Los Feliz Hills. It was built by Walt Disney in 1932 and features painted ceilings, a sleeping porch, swimming pool, and a projection-screening room. It looks like a nice place and it’ll only cost you 3.65 million, too.
In 1946, Spanish surrealist icon, Salvador Dali, formed an unlikely friendship with American animation legend, Walt Disney, and they spent a short time collaborating on a short film called Destino. Unfortunately, only eighteen seconds of Destino were ever shot, the project was postponed because of financial reasons, as well as word of it being too […]
Mickey Jackson Mouse, an artwork by atelier Alessio Blanco for Walt Disney Company, was created a few weeks before Michael Jackson died and is based around the idea that ‘Mickey Mouse is an anthropomorphic mouse trying so hard to look like a man but can now resort to plastic surgery to achieve his main goal’. The artwork is currently on display in Hong Kong’s Times Square.