Artists Re-Imagine Disney Films in "Nothing's Impossible"

Frozen by Tom Whalen

The Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas hosts a special art exhibit during the South by Southwest festival. This year, they partnered with the blog Oh My Disney to make magic happen in a show titled, Nothing's Impossible. It features 25 beautiful posters based on Disney and Pixar films. A variety of talented artists reinvent the classics such as Alice in Wonderland, and pay tribute to our newer favorites like The Incredibles.

The artwork in Nothing's Impossible includes technical drawings, digital portraits, and more. Some posters are stylized interpretations of characters while others are realistically rendered. It's fun to see how the artists/fans of the films combine their own sensibilities with the iconic images we already know. You're sure to find your favorite film represented in this exhibition and relive its charms all over again.


Mr. Incredible by Mike Mitchell


The Jungle Book by Brandon Holt


Finding Nemo by Tom Whalen


Alice in Wonderland by Ken Taylor


One Hundred and One Dalmatians by Tiny Kitten Teeth


Winnie the Pooh by Dave Perillo


The Sword in the Stone by Rich Kelly


The Black Cauldron by Francesco Francavilla


Ursula by Jason Edmiston


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Anne Benjamin


Sleeping Beauty by Billy Baumann

Mondo Gallery website and Oh My Disney website
via [Fubiz]





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