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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Re-imagined Disney posters from the 'Nothing's Impossible' exhibit at SXSW

Posted By on Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 3:05 PM

click to enlarge Reimagining by: Tom Whalen (L), Classic poster (R)
  • Reimagining by: Tom Whalen (L), Classic poster (R)

Reimagining by: Tom Whalen (L), Classic poster (R)

At SXSW this week, Oh My Disney teamed up with Austin's Mondo Gallery for Nothing's Impossiblea collection of Disney movie posters reimagined by artists from around the world, including Tom WhalenOlly Moss and more. The show was highly anticipated, with people waiting in line outside the gallery 48 hours before the show even opened.

click to enlarge Reimagining by: Martin Ansin (L), Classic poster (R)
  • Reimagining by: Martin Ansin (L), Classic poster (R)

Reimagining by: Ken Taylor (L), Classic poster (R)

Some of the posters use art similar to the original, while others completely reimagine the posters. We've included some of our favorites here, with side-by-side comparisons, but you can see all the fanciful poster revisions at Oh My Disney!

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Reimagining by: Martin Ansin (L), Classic poster (R)

Wanna see more of the classic posters? Don't miss our gallery featuring iconic posters of Disney animated films.

15 iconic posters of Disney animated films

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