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Artist Reimagines Classic Disney Characters Living in the Modern World

This guy’s “Alt Disney” series is actually witty and thought-provoking.


We here at EliteReaders love featuring and following artists that create witty, thought-provoking masterpieces, regardless of their medium or choice of genre. Recently, we discovered the work of Tom Ward, a graphic artist from the United Kingdom and, being huge Disney fans, we truly got excited with his stuff!

In a series of illustrations he called “Alt Disney,” Ward shows us what it would be like for classic characters from Disney’s animated films to live in the here and now – our modern world.

Ward posted the drawings on his social media pages and things just exploded from there. The artworks received a lot of shares, likes, and comments from netizens everywhere. Shortly thereafter, numerous viral news websites also started paying attention.

A BoredPanda feature, for example, praised Ward for connecting “the storylines of several classic Disney movies to modern social issues, creating a dark but intriguing look at reality through the eyes of our fictional childhood heroes.”

“The images provide powerful commentary on water pollution, animal abuse, obsession with technology, and a range of other subjects,” BoredPanda continued, “as if to point out that although the world of Disney is full of magic and happy endings, the world we live in has serious problems that must be discussed.”

Go check out Tom Ward’s viral “Alt Disney” drawings below:

1. “Well that long nose is quite useful, Pinocchio!”

2. Gaston and Lefou at the Pride Parade.

3. “Don’t worry, Baloo, I’ll save you!”

4. Sorry, Cinderella, but your Prince Charming is busy.

5. Not tonight, Peter Pan.

6. Alice doesn’t seem impressed.

7. Tigger, Simba, and Shere Khan – at a circus show.

8. Well this one is actually sad…

9. This is what happens because of all the toxic wastes we’re dumping into the ocean.

10. Jasmine is busy while Alladin and Genie are, well, busier!

To see more of Tom Ward’s artworks, you can check out his stuff over at Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


Guy Paints Utility Boxes In New Zealand And They Look Really Amazing

These utility boxes got an awesome makeover from this artist!

You've passed by utility boxes that house your local internet provider cables. They're not a pretty sight because some have boring colors and others are rusting, especially because they're exposed to both the scorching sun and the rain.

A local artist in Auckland, New Zealand named Paul Walsh has been going around and painting utility boxes in the city for a couple of years now. His masterpieces are cool, modern and amazing.

It all started when he painted a wall in a local dog park. It got painted out and the residents were upset. In fact, they petitioned the council, Walsh told Bored Panda.

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10 Architecturally Designed Tattoos That Will Make You Crave One

If these tattoo designs will not inspire you, nothing surely will.

In today’s modern world, people are starting to accept tattoos as a form of self-expression. To some it is art, while to others, well, it is a fashion.

It is also in today’s modern world that tattoos have evolved from a basic design to a more architecturally inspired body art. From sophisticated designs of buildings and infrastructures to mind-blowing geometric inkings, people have learned to accept that a tattoo is not just about words and/or patches.

To give you a concrete idea of what these are, Bored Panda has compiled a list of stunning tattoos that enthusiasts are into these days. Who knows? You might just be inspired to get inked, too.

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Husband Creates Awesome Dress for Wife Made from 12,000 Pieces of Lego

This is so cool! Who knew you can use Legos to make a stunning dress?

Hardcore Lego nerds are unbelievably creative. Just give them lots of bricks and ample amount of time and they can, almost always, build pretty much anything you tell them - even a Titanic ship!

Now a husband recently caught a lot of attention online after he made a dress and purse made from, you guessed it - Lego bricks.

Brian D'Agostine, also known as Dag’s Bricks in the Lego community, made the two creations using an astounding 12,000 pieces of Lego bricks.

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