Des tours de tailles plus sains pour elles, et moins de complexes pour nous.
That’s not what a fork is used for.
They would make terrible best friends.
“Are we out of the woods yet?” —Taylor Swift and most Disney Princesses
Vous portez des coquilles Saint-Jacques en guise de soutien-gorge, vous ?
If it ain’t Baroque… All art by Heather Theurer.
Is Disney actually the happiest place on earth? More Disney worker confessions (and lots of other stuff) can be found on Whisper.
The local community came together to make sure Ruby could take her dad to Disneyland.
Superhero + princess = awesome. This isn’t rocket science, people!
This sounds like a perfectly reasonable plan.
You’ve never seen Ariel, Jasmine, and Cinderella like this before.
Ain’t no cosplay like a Disney cosplay cuz a Disney cosplay don’t stop.
Long, long ago, things were really beautiful.
Plus the best GIF of the Nae Nae ever, Disney princesses as roller-derby girls, and an insanely simple way to make your beer taste better.
Can you handle the cuteness? Get ready to say “Awwwwww!”
All girls are princesses. How do we feel about this now?
Artist Isaiah Stephens depicts the ladies of Disney in kickass contemporary Halloween costumes.
Hey sailor. If it weren’t for the vivid colors, Tim Shumate’s designs would be right at home on the arm of a WWII veteran.
These ladies are looking fine in some gender neutral duds. Artist Haruki Godo proves you don’t have to put a princess in a gown.
What happens when Princesses stop being nice, and start getting real? “Pocket Princesses” is the brainchild of artist Amy Mebberson and reads like Real World: Childhood Edition.
Swedish artist Beatrice Lorén depicts Disney princesses in the style of the year in which their movies came out.
Get ripped like King Triton! The worst part about these fictional Oh My Disney! magazines is you can’t subscribe to them.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child will join an elite playgroup of future kings, queens, and emperors.
Motion to put a rest to this whole princess obsession once and for all.
Eleven pieces of fan-made concept art that pays tribute to classic hand-drawn animation. This beautiful artwork will leave you wishing it were real.
Including Merida’s creator, the writer and co-director of Brave, Brenda Chapman.
Talk about jewelry fit for a princess. Heck Yeah Disney Merch got creative with Gemvara’s design creator and the results were gorgeous rings that’ll set you back between $1K-$5K.
How else to explain her plain, previously worn outfit?