If Disney Princesses Lived In The Real World

Being a child is beautiful. Probably, almost every one of us has somehow encountered Disney cartoons and their world-famous princesses. The world has long been not limited to something specific, the same applies to Disney Princesses. Over the years, we have seen many interpretations of these characters, different scenarios, different drawing styles, different body proportions, different subcultures, different choices in fashion, subculture, and even gender. Fortunately, our world is unique, as is every person in it. It follows that people have different views of life and things, and this is fine. But what is more beautiful is the art and vision of a specific person on familiar things. We’ve definitely seen many modern day drawings of Disney but this one is unique.
In this article, we would like to tell you about a wonderful artist @esteesdave whose blog is maintained on Instagram. Being a person with a developed creative nature, Dave creates unique works completely from scratch, using familiar images and putting something unique in them. Dave went even further, and in our article you can find out what he thinks Disney princesses might look like in real life, based on the interests of characters from the cartoons themselves. What happened to Dave is really impressive, moreover, unfortunately or fortunately, in most of these characters we can see a reflection of ourselves. Take a look!

1. Aurora

Being the heroine of the 16th animated cartoon released from under the hand of Walt Disney in 1959, Princess Aurora, or otherwise Sleeping Beauty, instantly won the hearts of millions of children around the world and fell into everyone’s soul. The girls wanted to be like her, and the boys wanted to be her savior.
Dave probably hit the nail with the image of Aurora, depicting her as dreamy, bored and unhappy girl who sits in the office hating her work and all of her thoughts are that she’s only thought is to have a prince to come and save her from the clutches of boring the employer. Seems legit.

If Disney Princesses Lived In The Real World

2. Cinderella

There is hardly a girl in the world who is not familiar with the image of Cinderella. The cartoon, which was released half a century ago, immediately broke into the podium of the best animated works, where it remains to this day. Cinderella has become a symbol of hope for many girls around the world, and an example that in order to achieve something, first of all you have to leave your comfort zone and trust your heart.
Speaking of what Cinderella might look like in real life, Dave introduces us to her as a party girl. Imagine the situation that you are in a nightclub, and not far from you hangs out Cinderella, but in the midst of the party, when the soul demands to continue, you look around, and the girl has disappeared. Cinderella rushes to the last train going to the subway, and along the way loses almost everything that was with her, and at some point during a fast run on the escalator, she loses her shoe in it. Well, we want to state with full confidence that Dave got with the image on 100%.

If Disney Princesses Lived In The Real World

3. Belle

A classic of animated cinema, Beauty and the Beast, released in 1991, is another work of art anchored at the top of Olympus. No girl could not but worry about the fate of Princess Belle, and how her story with the Beast would end.
Speaking of the modern interpretation of Belle, Dave again hits the nail on the head. In the real world, Belle would probably be some kind of hipster girl who sits in a Starbucks every morning with a cappuccino and reads a book. The author portrays Belle as a girl so engrossed in reading a book that she simply does not notice what is happening around her, and because of this, she crashes into the door directly with her nose, spilling coffee on herself because of her dreaminess. Agree.

If Disney Princesses Lived In The Real World

4. Ariel

Let’s be honest, Ariel is one of our favorites on this list. The protagonist of the cartoon “The Little Mermaid”, released in 1989, and also the best ginger girl on the planet, the daughter of the underwater king Triton and Queen Athena, is one of the most recognizable characters in Disney cartoons and a constant subject of work for artists of all stripes.
According to the artist, Ariel is the type of modern girl who will constantly hang out at home with her boyfriend, oversleep work on the regular basis, because of the off alarm clock. Just imagine how she’d get ready for work tripping over her own skirt trying to get dressed faster. Lol.

If Disney Princesses Lived In The Real World

5. Jasmine

Princess Jasmine is another equally recognizable Princess around the world. As the heroine of the 31st animated cartoon, she has become one of the most beloved princesses of children around the world due to the absolute purity and spontaneity.
According to the artist, if Jasmine lived not in a fictional world, but in the present, she would definitely be a girl who would have a million social networks installed, with an endless stream of messages and friend requests. Despite the fact that Jasmine would be able to constantly travel by taxi, she would prefer to choose the subway only so that the cellular signal is lost during the trip, in order to abstract as much as possible from the noise of social networks. Well, the artist is probably not so far from the truth.

If Disney Princesses Lived In The Real World

6. Snow White

If you say that your child, especially if it is a girl, did not watch the beautiful story of Snow White and the 7 dwarfs, we will not believe you, of course. The heroine of the eponymous cartoon, released in 1937, and to this day remains one of the most significant cartoons.
According to the artist, if Snow White had a place to be in reality, she would definitely belong to the type of girls who spend at least a quarter of their day preparing themselves for going out. Face peeling, make-up, skin care, hair and everything else – it would be about Snow White. I’m sorry, but we live in a modern world, and what should a girl who is looking for her Prince do? What if today on the way to or from work you are lucky enough to meet the chosen one for the rest of your life? The artist, of course, is completely right.

If Disney Princesses Lived In The Real World