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Disney Princesses And The 7 Deadly Sins

It’s hard to believe that the angelic princesses of Disney’s cartoons could ever be associated with anything other than the highest of virtues; but artist Chris Hill reinterprets each princess as the embodiment of a specific deadly sin that they may have dealt with in each of their tales.

What do you think? Enjoy!

2e07e2aab9f5483ecde63ed2ed91ca2b.600xCinderella: Lust

16b6a4ba9a52620775f32fa5a9b88a1a.600xSleeping Beauty: Sloth

247d0345f817f7250443159a4e52da6c.600xAriel: Greed

6570b7a65c3a54f24278731766684bc0.600xJasmine: Wrath

ae3f3d2a439b00836650e75df47e1bc0.600xSnow White: Gluttony

c227e96c963109dbbc01b5e31b3f194a.600xTinkerbell: Envy

e7743e47202a1801b7eaad667f0b42fb.600xBelle: Vanity



  1. Kimberley Ann Wesley April 26, 2013 Reply

    2 crazy but so true

  2. Monet CoCo Edwards April 26, 2013 Reply

    these stories have hidden messages and undertones as most Disney movies do

  3. Dommy Mars April 26, 2013 Reply

    I’d have to agree. Wow.

  4. Tinah Yaisha Benjamin April 26, 2013 Reply

    Where is the Princess and the Frogs, Tiana? Lol, smdh

  5. Susan Hermon April 26, 2013 Reply

    I think this was creative and on point if you think about it and break it down.

  6. Shirley Jean-Louis April 26, 2013 Reply

    Lol @ Sleeping Beauty – Sloth but she was under a spell

  7. Tamara Francis April 26, 2013 Reply


  8. Jacque Alegria April 26, 2013 Reply

    I get it but I don’t agree with Belle being vain. She was the only one that was looking for a handsome Prince Charming.

  9. Karina Moore April 26, 2013 Reply

    The 20’s

  10. Okeke Gift Adaora April 26, 2013 Reply

    I totally agree

  11. Adishetu Oyibo April 26, 2013 Reply

    Ever since I was lil the message of the lil mermaid was that if you want a guy you have to change yourself by any means necessary! Even if it means making a deal with a devil-octopus hahahahahahahahahah

  12. Koyote Wolf April 26, 2013 Reply

    wow who would of known

  13. Robin Brinkley April 26, 2013 Reply

    @ Jacque Alegria; Belle means beauty!

  14. Bless Love April 26, 2013 Reply

    It’s sad how people really follow his lead. Queens, Royalty is something he obviously cant handle.

  15. Nicole Riley April 26, 2013 Reply

    There goes the childhood fantasies!!!

  16. Shaun Morris April 26, 2013 Reply

    I believe it! Disney is not what you think, seriously. It’s design to attract children. But it’s not for children. ijs.

  17. Kendra Moore April 26, 2013 Reply

    Wow interesting!

  18. Kathryn Mariani April 26, 2013 Reply


  19. Meredith Lee Roberts April 26, 2013 Reply

    yes the little mermaid did try to change but it didn’t really do her well in the original story. she doesn’t get the prince in the end. but of course Disney has to have a happy ending so…

  20. Cynthia Moseley April 28, 2013 Reply

    So true Disney is not what you think!!!

  21. Arania Liaman April 30, 2013 Reply

    I don’t agree, it’s all how u look at it!!!

  22. Agata Biały May 1, 2013 Reply

    Interesting, Disney’s princesses by Alfonse Mucha, nice 🙂

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