Jirka Väätäinen gives us an impressive glimpse at what the girls of Disney might look like in real life. What started out as a personal project has turned into a wildly popular series.
Each piece is a mixture of features from different pictures all over the internet. He mixes, blends and combines them together in Photoshop to come up with the final picture.
If you like these, you should also check out the Historical Disney Princesses by Claire Hummel.
Have you ever had the urge to relive childhood and color a coloring book? Tarik Mikou has taken that idea and has given it the grown up treatment with this series "Be a Kid Again". Tarik takes black and white photos of iconic celebrities and colors them to his liking, giving us this fun and interesting series.
Love these illustrations by Claire Hummel (shoomlah on Deviant Art). Claire redrew Disney princesses to have more historically accurate attire. To see some of the resources she used for the dress designs, read her resource page. You can also read an FAQ about this series.
Cecelia Webber's designs are not only beautiful, meticulous, well compositioned pieces of art, they are also composed solely from photographs of the nude human form. Each composition can take up to two months to complete. Webber poses, photographs, cuts, rotates, and colors each piece to form such beautiful flowers, butterflies, and leaves. She even poses for photos herself. An up close view of these works is an absolute must!