These amazing Disney illustrations bring your favorite characters to life

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Disney illustrations

Credit: Luigi Kemo Volo

Illustrator Luigi “Kemo” Volo has been creating amazing Disney character-inspired art for some time now, and his Instagram account is filled with Disney illustrations fans will love.

Kemo, who’s from Naples, Italy, often inserts himself into the images. In one scene, he’s floating through the sky with Carl, Russell, and Dug from “Up,” and in another, he’s levitating off the bed courtesy of Merlin’s magic. Many of the images use the trompe-l’œil technique to play with the lines on notebook pages and create optical illusions. Some of our favorites using this technique include Princess Aurora sleeping under a notebook “blanket” and Tinker Bell pulling back the page to reveal Peter Pan and Wendy flying through the night sky of London.

Below, take a look at some of the most delightful Disney-inspired creations from Kemo.

Carl, Russell, and Dug from “Up”

Merlin from “The Sword in the Stone”

Lady, Tramp, and Scamp

Sleeping Beauty

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Tinker Bell, Peter Pan, and Wendy

Winnie the Pooh

Alice in Wonderland

Smee from “Peter Pan”

Sulley from “Monsters, Inc.”

Hades from “Hercules”

Dumbo

Tinker Bell

Rapunzel

Aladdin and Princess Jasmine

Baloo from “The Jungle Book”

For Kemo, illustration has been a life-long interest. “Since I was little, I have always been attracted by “comics” and animation, two passions that have irretrievably brought me to the world of drawing,” he said.

To see even more Disney illustrations by Kemo, plus characters like the Grinch, Krusty the Clown from “The Simpsons,” Spongebob Squarepants, and more, be sure to visit his Instagram page. Kemo accepts commissions, so if there’s a Disney illustration you’d love to see come to life, get in touch with the artist. A personalized illustration would definitely be an incredible gift for your Disney-loving loved ones!

Which of these Disney illustrations is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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