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
Be careful when messing with the Beast’s rose, Belle.
Those spindly little baby deer legs go perfectly with the Tim Burton aesthetic.
I’m not sure if I would trust that little shadow to be my conscience.
4. 101 Dalmatians
I can’t even imagine how scary Cruella de Vil would look in this alternate universe.
5. Sleeping Beauty
6. The Little Mermaid
Flounder and Sebastian have never looked better.
7. Snow White
Instead of birds and mice, this Snow White gets her assistance from the likes of spiders and bats.
Someone give this little elephant a feather already.
9. The Lion King
Pride Rock looks more like a Shadowland fitting for Scar and his cronies.
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.
(Source: Andrew Tarusov)
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Author: Kristin Lai