What do you get when you combine one classic American tradition with a viral art movement from the 90s?
Disney + Thomas Kinkade = the willies.
The new (flipping expensive) series by the “painter of light” sets iconic animated characters in pastel landscapes, some alike to their home worlds, and some not so much. The effect is, personally, freaky, but if you like these, you can see more at the artist’s website or buy cheap versions in the puzzle aisle at Walmart.
This photo is so quintessentially Kinkade I nearly missed the princess in the corner.
Were there rainbows in that movie? I don’t remember the dirigible.
This is more like it. That’s how I remember smoggy London and gleaming Neverland.
Aw, puppy love. These two never get enough attention, even though this looks more like New England than England.
But I don’t get this picture. They’re either humans or frogs…unless they’re time travelling frogs!
No, I’ m pretty sure that’s not what Agrabah looks like.
And this picture doesn’t even make sense.
Whatever. Back to the princesses. (Again, the rainbow???)