- Isa Bredt, a Dutch artist, transforms portraits of real-life pets into Disney-style cartoons.
- Her heartwarming art project, called Pet Disneyfication, has earned her a lot of impressed patrons.
- Isa also “Disneyfies” a lot of disabled pets.
There’s truly something magical about the distinctive art of Disney that transports you to the fantasy world.
Isa Bredt, a Dutch illustrator, started a heartwarming art project called Pet Disneyfication — she transforms portraits of real-life pets into Disney-style cartoons!
Her impressive and adorable artwork certainly pleased a lot of pet parents who commissioned a portrait. What’s especially endearing is that she also “Disneyfies” a lot of disabled pets.
Take a look at 20 of her heartwarming portraits!
1. If Disney had a Grumpy Cat, that would be Merlin.
2. Sesame the opossum could fit right in with the cast of “An American Tail”!
3. We would definitely watch a movie starring adorable duo Emmett and Jez.
4. A spinal deformity has turned Helix into a tortoise on wheels.
5. Herbee and Audree are off to the land of adventures!
6. This sweet little kitty named Vinny Van Gogh lost an ear to an animal attack, hence the artistic name.
7. Juniper the fox cub is ready for her own Disney movie.
8. Mr. Willis could settle right in with “The Aristocats.”
9. This cross-eyed cutie named Olive looks like she knows how to sing those Disney tunes!
10. Puddin may have lost her eyes but she’s still one of the most precious puppies ever.
11. This is a wonderful memento for the late Rosa.
12. Who could resist Shortcake’s smile?
13. Monk seems like one cuddly vampire!
14. Millie is an inspiration to kids who may look a little different.
15. Could Winnie be related to Lady?
16. A touching photo of Toby and his late best friend Quinton.
17. It’s Rae, the “golden unicorn!”
18. Sweet Gidget currently resides in an animal rescue called Goats of Anarchy.
19. It turns out that Duck the kitten is also part T-Rex.
20. The fluffy Cocoa Puff and his favorite tiny human.
Share this with someone who might want to commission their own Disneyfied pet portrait!
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