16 Disney Movie Posters Are Re-Imagined To Capture the Magic We Remember

by Elana

An art exhibit in Austin is taking the Internet by storm right now and it's easy to see how and why. Oh My Disney and Mondo Gallery have come together to bring the public the art exhibit "Nothing's Impossible." Nothing's Impossible is featuring some seriously jaw-dropping artwork with one goal in mind: pay tribute to classic Disney and Pixar Films by re-creating, or re-imagining, poster artwork with classic elements and artistic creativity. The art is phenomenal, to say the least, and honestly: inspiring. Each unique piece captures classic elements from both the stories that inspired the Disney and Pixar films along with iconic imagery from the movies that captured our hearts.  

This gallery is without a doubt, a must-see for all Disney fans of all ages. 

1. Winnie the Pooh by Dave Perillo

Who doesn't love Winnie the Pooh?

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2. The Lion King by Tom Whalen

Fierce and powerful.

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3. Up by Kevin Tong

To properly summarize the movie...

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4. Finding Nemo by Tom Whalen

It wouldn't be Finding Nemo without Dory.

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5. The Jungle Book by Olly Moss

We love how they put the bad guy front and center.

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6. Aladdin by Tom Whalen

This one is so colorful!

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7. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves by Anne Benjamin

The darker imagery paints a whole new story.

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8. Portrait of Ursula from The Little Mermaid by Jason Edmitson

Ursula the Sea Witch is quite the villain.

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9. 101 Dalmatians by Tiny Kitten Teeth

I didn't know cartoon puppies could be this cute.

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10. The Sword in the Stone by Rich Kelly

This one will take the older generations back a bit!

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11. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves “Evil Queen” by Jason Edmiston

The Evil Queen was quite the evil villain.

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12. Sleeping Beauty by Billy Baumann

This one is beautiful!

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13. Alice in Wonderland by Ken Taylor

All of the chaos and colors in this poster really capture the essence of Alice in Wonderland.

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14. The Black Hole by Kilian Eng

Here's one for the little guys.

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15. Beauty and the Beast by Martin Ansin

Tale as old as time.

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16. The Incredibles by Tom Whalen

Everyone loves The Incredibles!

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