Illustrator recreates Disney and other cartoon characters in her own style, and the results are far superior than the originals.

Isabelle Staub is an illustrator located in the United States who specialises in portraits and characters. She employs her talents to turn cartoon characters and pop cultural icons into one-of-a-kind, often incredibly lifelike masterpieces. She is based in the city of Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania. Staub draws influence from a variety of sources, including Disney princesses and characters, Powerpuff Girls, Pennywise the Clown, and Tarantino films, and she transforms each cartoon picture into her own distinct style. Scroll down to see her wonderful artwork for yourself. “I’ve been drawing and producing every day since I could grasp a pencil,” she adds.”The artist’s work is a direct reflection of himself.” As a result, my lovely drawings are a reflection of who I am, changing and improving through time and not limited to a single media or style. I let my art tell a tale to the audience, linking them to a specific location, time, and feeling. In every work I do, I put my heart, mind, and soul into it.”

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Buttercup, The Powerpuff Girls

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Pocahontas, Pocahontas

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Ariel, The Little Mermaid

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Kidagakash Nedakh, Atlantis: The Lost Empire

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Tiana, The Princess And The Frog

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Mulan, Mulan

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Nani, Lilo & Stitch

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Meg, Hercules

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Debbie Thornberry, The Wild Thornberrys

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Penny Proud, The Proud Family

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Kim, Kim Possible

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Cinderella, Cinderella

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Snow White, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

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Belle, Beauty And The Beast

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Jessica Rabbit, Who Censored Roger Rabbit?

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Esmeralda, The Hunchback Of Notre-Dame

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Bliss, The Powerpuff Girls

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Anastasia, Anastasia

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Blossom, The Powerpuff Girls

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Bubbles, The Powerpuff Girls

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Jasmine, Aladdin

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Moana, Moana

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Aurora, Sleeping Beauty

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Pennywise, It