Artist Imagines Disney Princesses As Bada$$ Noir Characters On The Covers Of 1940’s Mystery Novels

Artist Imagines Disney Princesses As Bada$$ Noir Characters On The Covers Of 1940’s Mystery Novels

We are all used to seeing our favorite Disney princesses in their pretty dresses in fairyland far, far away. Thanks to freelance illustrator Astor Alexander, however, you are about to find out that these amazing fictional ladies can look absolutely wonderful in a completely different setting too.

The artist created an awesome illustration series with the title “Noir Princesses”, and it’s pretty self-explanatory. As you guessed it already, it features Disney princesses in bada$$ noir characters, in a stylish crime genre. The noir fiction protagonists are usually dealing with a corrupt political, legal, or other systems, and their stories often lead to lose-lose situations.

The aesthetic of the genre has been perfectly captured by Astor, while preserving their distinct personalities. Check them out below, and vote for your favorite one in the comments!

1. “Shadows of New Orleans”

2. “The Beast Hunter”

3. “The Goddaughter”

4. “Pocahontas Private Eye”

5. “The lady from Henan”

6. “The Arabian heist”

7. “High Sea Robbery”

8. “The Long Sleep”

 
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