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Instagram Artist Turns Disney Princesses Into Sassy Witches

Instagram Artist Turns Disney Princesses Into Sassy Witches

Ariel with fishnet sleeves and kohl makeup? Into it.

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble! A digital artist is filling Instagram with Disney princesses transformed into badass witches, and we're spellbound.

When it comes to rebooted Disney art, we thought we'd seen the lot.

Over summer 2020, we became obsessed with artist Helen Morgan's Disneyfied celeb portraits, and fell in love with the custom Disney-style pet drawings of Dutch illustrator Isa Bredt.

But the witchy Disney heroines served up by Emma.G (who goes by @ekg.arts on Insta) slay in a different way - and are perfect for Halloween.

Check out Ariel, everyone's favourite little mermaid, whose goth-like glow up includes fishnet sleeves, heavy kohl eye makeup and black nail polish.

We think Ursula would approve, tbh.

Or sweet-natured, bookish Belle, who thanks to Emma has had a Hermione Granger makeover.

The Beauty & the Beast
character's witchy alter ego clutches a book of spells and looks oh-so-nineties in her cami patterned with stars and moons. Occult earrings and maroon lippie complete the look.

Meanwhile, Aladdin's Princess Jasmine has just left the tattoo parlour, rocking intricate sleeve designs on her arms along with a septum ring as she gazes into her crystal ball.

Elsewhere, Emma has turned Rapunzel into (wait for it) Hocus Pocus lead character and witchy icon Sarah Sanderson, and reimagined Tiana as a dark, potion-spilling baddie.

Needless to say, Disney fans love Emma's witchy princesses.

"I am loving these Disney Princesses as the Sanderson Sisters, it's giving me LIFE!!" wrote one follower.

"Okay, but how do I buy these prints????" asked another. "Belle and Tiana are amazing! They're all amazing!"

"I need a Rapunzel one!!!" chipped in a third.

If you'd like to see more of Emma's Disney art, you can check out her TikTok account for speed drawings and a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how she creates her work.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram / @ekg.arts

Topics: Life News, Disney, Life