Disney Princesses Reimagined as Game of Thrones Characters



With the explosive popularity of the HBO series Game of Thrones and the timeless appeal of the Disney Princesses, it was only a matter of time before the two worlds collided. Artist Sam Tsui (known as DjeDjehuti on deviantART) has created a terrific series of illustrations in which Disney Princesses, from the classic Snow White to the recent hit Elsa, are reimagined as Game of Thrones characters who live in the Wonderful World of Westeros. Disney Princesses aren’t the only transported stars, however; we also get appearances from Mulan‘s Grandma Fa and Mushu, as well as Lilo from Lilo & Stitch.

In each illustration, Tsui takes care to not only seamlessly blend the iconic appearance of the Disney Princess with the recognizable outfit of the Game of Thrones character, but to match their personalities as well. For example, Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones and Elsa from Frozen both evolve from meek young women into strong, compassionate leaders. This thoughtfulness and creativity of Tsui’s illustrations are sure delight fans of Disney or Game of Thrones.













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via [Laughing Squid]



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