Artist Reimagines Disney Princesses With Different Happily Ever Afters

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Disney Artwork

Credit: Artist Issaiah Stephens

Have you ever wondered what could have happened at the end of classic Disney films if just one little piece of the storyline was told differently? What if the Disney movies weren’t told the way we had imagined they would be? Well, these fan artists have decided to put their own spin on Disney movies, especially when it comes to Disney Princesses and their fairytale endings.

Let’s take a look at these art pieces which reimagine Disney Princesses such as Ariel, Belle, and Tiana and Queens (like Elsa) into having different happy endings:

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Merida as a Bride

Merida Bride Art
Credit: Artist Johnforth Greco Buzon

Merida is known for being independent in her Disney Pixar film, Brave, but that doesn’t mean she shouldn’t ever find a partner or true love. This work of art was done by Johnforth Greco Buzon.

Meg and Belle

Disney Artwork
Credit: Artist Issaiah Stephens

Personally, I love this piece of art. It shows Meg and Belle enjoying a nice dinner date together, hand in hand.

This artwork is done by artist Issiah Stephens. Stephens actually has an entire series of these pieces, which you can find more of below.

Elsa and Tiana

Elsa and Tiana
Credit: Artist Issaiah Stephens

Artwork is done by artist Issiah Stephens.

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Snow White and Anna

Disney Artwork
Credit: Artist Issaiah Stephens

Artwork is done by artist Issiah Stephens.

Mulan and Pocahontas

Disney Artwork
Credit: Artist Issaiah Stephens

Artwork is done by artist Issiah Stephens.

Snow White as a Therapist

Snow White Therapist
Credit: Matt Burt

This piece of art was done by Matt Burt, who actually has an entire series of these pieces. You can find a few more of them here.

“Snow White has always been known for being caring, thoughtful, and someone willing to lend a hand to those in need,” Burt stated. “Using these strengths paired with hard work, she earned her doctorate in psychology and is one of the leaders in the field of mental health. She presents her research at conferences throughout the year but always takes time to provide the best care to her clients … whether they’re feeling happy, bashful, grumpy, or anything else. It’s her mission to not only help her clients but also support other mental health professionals so they can offer their clients top-notch care.”

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Disney Princesses as Superheroes

Princess Artwork
Credit: Robby at Cartoon Cookie

What if none of the Disney Princesses were actually Princesses? What if they were vigilantes that fought crime throughout the night? That’s what Robby at Cartoon Cookie has drawn up for us in this piece of artwork and we absolutely love it!

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Which one of these Disney Art pieces is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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