Can You Recognize These Disney Characters In Their Halloween Costumes?
In reverse, Jennifer Lawrence would make a perfect Pocahontas.
So it's official, the Halloween craze has started.
Not only in real life are people starting to buy creepy decorations and stack pumpkins aside. It's been hitting the fantasy world, too.
Lowell-based artist Isaiah Keith Stephens has also jumped on the bandwagon with his latest series of Disney characters in Halloween costumes. According to Isaiah, the project was inspired by a simple question which yielded crazy results:
"I thought to myself, "What if Belle, Cinderella, or Pocahontas were real, who would be someone from our pop culture that they would be a fan of," Isaiah Stephens told A+.
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Isaiah holds a Bachelors Degree in Media Arts and Animation. According to his website, Isaiah likes to use popular themes such as surrealism, heroism, sexuality, fantasy, and adventure in his works. As Isaiah told A+, he chose Disney characters because of their appeal to all audiences.
"While I know that a lot of people think they place a negative and unrealistic stereotype for young girls to follow, I've always enjoyed looking past their exterior and actually paying attention to the story being told. Both, the Disney versions and the often terrifying original stories," says Stephens.
He thinks that, despite the stereotype, even the male audience can relate to Disney world characters in some way. "They all have their pros and cons, just likes us, They're cartoons but, in some way, they're very... human," Isaiah told A+.
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Pocahontas as Katniss Everdeen
Aladdin and Abu as Ash Ketchum and Pikachu
Sally as Raven
Ariel as Black Widow
Prince Philip as Indiana Jones
Beast as The Hulk
Tiana as Avatar Korra
Snow White as Wonder Woman
Belle as Hermione Granger
Tinkerbell as Beatrix Kiddow
Quasimodo as Austin Powers
Rapunzel as Sailor Moon
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