There’s something about the eerie claymation style of Tim Burton’s work that is so wonderfully magical. Although his films might be a tad darker than your average Disney film, I would still love to see some dark, gritty versions of classic Disney stories.

Los Angeles based artist Andrew Tarusov has created a series of images of Disney characters illustrated in the iconic style of Tim Burton. Check out his incredible work below:

1. The Beauty and the Beast

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Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

Be careful when messing with the Beast’s rose, Belle.

2. Bambi

Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com
Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

Those spindly little baby deer legs go perfectly with the Tim Burton aesthetic.

3. Pinocchio

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Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

I’m not sure if I would trust that little shadow to be my conscience.

4. 101 Dalmatians

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Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

I can’t even imagine how scary Cruella de Vil would look in this alternate universe.

5. Sleeping Beauty

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Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

She’s aliiiiiive!

6. The Little Mermaid

Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com
Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

Flounder and Sebastian have never looked better.

7. Snow White

Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com
Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

Instead of birds and mice, this Snow White gets her assistance from the likes of spiders and bats.

8. Dumbo

Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com
Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

Someone give this little elephant a feather already.

9. The Lion King

Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com
Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

Pride Rock looks more like a Shadowland fitting for Scar and his cronies.

10. Aladdin

Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com
Andrew Tarusov / tarusov.com

Whatever they’re seeing from that height looks pretty terrifying.

To see more of Andrew Tarusov’s work or, if you’re feeling extra generous, to support the artist, visit his website.

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