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Here Are The Modern Versions Of Disney Characters That Will Leave You In Awe

We all wish to be able to hop into the magical world of Disney at least once, but have you ever wondered how would it be if Disney’s iconic characters came out of their stories and joined us in our modern life? An incredible digital artist named Fernanda Suarez has made that happen through her mesmerizing illustrations, and the results are undoubtedly fascinating.

All of our beloved characters look pretty amazing in Suarez’s fan arts with their own fashion style, their fierce attitude and the charisma we can hardly forget. And no, it’s not just the lovely princesses we are talking about. It’s them, PLUS the badass villains we all know and love.

“I wanted them to truly feel like people you would find on the streets nowadays,” the Santiago-based illustrator shared in an interview with BuzzFeed. “People seem to really like them. I think people like that they look like someone you could know or be friends with today.”

Before visiting Suarez’s DeviantArt Gallery for more captivating artworks, check out her modern Disney series right here below:

#1. Belle from “Beauty and the Beast”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#2. Alice from “Alice in Wonderland”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#3. Lady from “Lady and the Tramp”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#4. Jane from “Tarzan”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#5. Jessie from “Toy Story”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#6. Mulan from “Mulan”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#7. Hades from “Heracles”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#8. Vanellope from “Wreck-It Ralph”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#9. Merida from “Brave”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#10. Cinderella from “Cinderella”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#11. Scar from “The Lion King”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#12. Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#13. Snow White from “Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#14. Cruella from “The Hundred and One Dalmatians”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#15. Rapunzel from “Tangled”

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#16. Ariel from “The Little Mermaid”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#17. Ursula from “The Little Mermaid”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#18. Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#19. Nala from “The Lion King”

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#20. Moana from “Moana”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#21. Pocahontas from “Pocahontas”

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#22. The Evil Queen from “”

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#23. Jasmine from “Aladdin”

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#24. Wendy from “Peter Pan”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#25. Kida from “Atlantis: The Lost Empire”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#26. Elsa from “Frozen”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#27. Megara from “Heracles”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

#28. TinkerBell from “Peter Pan”

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#29. Anna from “Frozen”

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#30. Esméralda from “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame”

Source: Fernanda Suarez

Please share this charming collection with your loved ones!

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