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Artist re-imagines Hollywood stars as Disney characters, and the results are amazing.

Ukraine-born painter Helen Morgun gave us a gorgeous illustration series that we didn't know we needed. She s actually-imagined our favorite hollywood stars as Disney characters. Helen has been working on this project for quite some time now, and the unexpected mashups have been blowing up the internet.

From Emma Stone as Merida to Billie Eilish as Kida Nedakh, Helen has chosen to give Hollywood some suggestions to consider. It is clear that the painter carefully studied not only the physical characteristics but also the personalities of each celebrity before "assigning" them to their Disney alter-egos. Scroll down and let us know what you think of the series in the comments.


Number 1 Rihanna As Tiana

"I've been in love with Disney since childhood," Helen said to Bored Panda. "Across the years, I've collected amazing memories of Disney cartoon characters , and the incredible thing is that they're still surprising me." The artist said that she started this series with the drawing of Rachel McAdams, "I painted her like Cinderella. I really love this actress, and it always seemed to me that she could be very suited to this role.



Number 2 Elizabeth Olsen As Jane

"I started doing the polls in my Instagram stories, where people might choose from two celebrities as candidates for a new Disney character. It's fun." While Helen has been working on this project for quite some time, she plans to continue. "As I've said, I have such a lot of followers who are really into this series. I really like to transform real-life stars into those iconic characters. It's just like an adventure every time." "I'm glad that these designs have attracted the attention of so many people, and I want to say thank you to all those who supported me and my work. It's very motivating to realize that your work is resonating.
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