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If Disney princesses were hipsters

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As went grew up and became adults, our favourite Disney Princesses remained frozen in time. That is why we love it when a talented artist comes along and re-imagines them as if they were living in our world today.

We were gripped when Disney Princesses were envisioned as real women and when they were given Instagram profiles.

And now Italian digital illustrator Emmanuel Viola has reworked Jasmine, Belle and Snow White through the eyes of a hipster.

They bear tattoos of their animal friends, dip-dyed hair and a rebellious front. While they're not seen with trademark Buddy Holly hipster glasses, they certainly have an edge to them and we love them all the more.

Take a look at Viola's creations below.

Snow White

Ariel

Cinderella

Jasmine

Belle

Aurora

Rapunzel

Images: Evvi Art

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