Ah, Disney princesses. Whether you agree or not, at some point in your childhood, you’ve either admired and loved them. It’s true that we’ve seen a lot of reimagined versions of these beauties, most of which are modernized. The latest being an interpretation from a well-known Chilean digital artist named Fernanda Suarez. But unlike its predecessors, this one’s without a doubt “the fairest of them all.”
Suarez first started with Snow White and then moved to illustrate a total of seven classic princesses, all in modern interpretations. These masterpieces look like your casual girl friends who love to shop at Forever 21. Heck, you might even think they got their hair prepped by the best in Hollywood. And oh, it goes without saying that their poses are Instagram-worthy.
So, without further ado, here they are!
#1. Mulan looking like a, well, hipster.
#2. Belle and her jean jacket did the trick. Oh, don’t forget the book!
#3. Jasmine has never been this good-looking and stunning. Love the “feline” look.
#4. If Ariel and her see-through outfit doesn’t interest you, I don’t know what else will.
#5. Pocahontas here deserves the hashtag #HairGoals on social media sites.
#6 If Snow White does this to me, I’ll definitely eat the apple myself.
#7. Modern Cinderella still looks sophisticated and shy.
Suarez isn’t just fond of recreating Disney princesses, though. She also loves to work on other pop culture icons such as Bella from Twilight, Lucio from the video game Overwatch, and Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow, among many other characters.
Talented Filipino Guy Creates DIY Action Figures Using Old Flip Flops
That Bumble Bee looks fantastic. Shut up and take my money!
Filipinos are indeed among the most creative people in the world. We’ve previously featured a pixel art dude and an awesome makeup guy, among others. We couldn’t help but be impressed with their craft!
This time, allow us to share with you about an artist whose medium of choice is old flip flops – and he turns them into awesome action figures!
Sounds unique, you say? Well it absolutely is and we’re totally mind-blown.
Coffee Shop In Taiwan Creates Cool 3D Latte Art Of Customers’ Pets
I would love to visit this coffee shop!
Are you a pet lover, or a coffee lover? Well, we're sure you'll love this coffee shop that creates awesome latte art with the most interesting subject - your pets! Whether you love dogs, cats, birds, or any animal in the world, a coffee shop in Taiwan will create 3D images of these cute creatures on your coffee, and the results are totally amazing.
A coffee shop based in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan does not only serve good coffee, but serve the cups with 3D latte art of your beloved pet.
What is latte art? Well, it's a procedure that entails preparing coffee by pouring milk into a shot of espresso. The barista would then handcraft images on the foam which involves creativity and an excellent hand control.
Korean Artist Beautifully Depicts The Wonderful Feeling of Being In Love
This Korean artist sure knows how to draw mundane yet intimate moments.
Although it is merely a four-letter word, love is a feeling that can actually hard to describe. Not to sound too cheesy but once found and felt, love not only changes you but even the world around you. It inspires you and makes the difficult world seem much more bearable, despite the challenges.
Artist Hyocheon Jeong, who hails from South Korea, recently received a lot of praise on the internet after posting wonderful depictions of romance over at Instagram. The 27-year-old illustrator, who hails from South Korea, enjoys drawing couples in cozy yet intimate moments.
Many netizens have expressed admiration for her work not only for her obvious drawing skills but also for her choice of colors, which perfectly complements and sets the mood for every piece.
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