Disney princesses have worn more appearances than anyone. Andrew Tarusov pictures them as pin-up girls. Catering to a more adult fantasy than the movies, his illustrations are meant for people who are children only at heart. Pin-ups predate Disney and have a long history of controversy. Were they empowering women to enjoy their beauty after Victorian age, or hurting their self-image, virtue and the society’s morals?
Andrew Tarusov is a professional artist, having worked with Cosmopolitan, Maxim and Rolling Stone. Originally from Russia, he now lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He professes a love of vintage pin-ups and comics though that didn’t stop him from the project like creating how cartoon characters would look when they got old.