If you love to see Disney fan art, this series will truly have you feeling the magic in a whole new and unique way.
We love looking at all of the different concept art and creations that artists can come up with when it comes to Disney characters, but we have not seen too many depictions of Disney Princesses becoming Princes, especially since Disney often focuses on the Princess as the main character in their films.
Well, it seems that artist Isaiah K. Stephens wanted to give some Disney Princes the spotlight. Stephens took to Instagram (@_isaiahdraws_) to showcase a variety of classic Disney Princesses as their male selves. So let’s take a look at all of these reimagined Disney characters!
The first Instagram batch of characters held many of our favorites!
Ariel — The Little Mermaid
Those luscious locks look great on any gender, and we love that the seashell bikini was replaced with a backward hat!
Pocahontas — Pocahontas
The male version of Pocahontas did not need too much adjusting, and the new outfit fits the drawing perfectly.
Belle — Beauty and the Beast
Everyone loves a man who can read, especially one who can pull off-white jeans! The Belle color scheme and perfectly tousled hair would probably still have Gaston swooning!
Snow White — Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
We love how this look is perfectly in sync with the classic Snow White dress, especially the puff sleeves!
Cinderella — Cinderella
This version of Cinderella makes us wish we looked this good when we were cleaning the house.
Aurora — Sleeping Beauty
Stephens continued to make more drawings, like Aurora from Sleeping Beauty! From her peasant dress to the “make it pink, make it blue” dress, this handsome Prince is rocking her style.
Tiana — The Princess and the Frog
If you wanted to go to Tiana’s Place to get some beignets, you definitely want to be served by her male counterpart, as seen above — especially after seeing the food he is carrying!
Mulan — Mulan
Creating a male version of Mulan shouldn’t be too difficult since Mulan does exactly that in the film, however, these versions are clearly a man’s body and not just a woman playing a man, as we can see from the broad shoulders and exposed chest.
For more creations from Stephens, visit his Instagram page here or check out his post below!
Out of all of the creations, which gender-bent Prince do you like best? Let us know in the comments below.