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Monday, October 20, 2014

Disney Princes and Princesses: But first let me take a selfie

Posted By on Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Italian digital illustrator Simona Bonafini imagines a world where Disney characters become a part of our world: taking selfies of themselves to share with their Instagram kingdoms. The series called, "Selfie Fables" includes bunches of our favorite Disney characters from Hercules (can you say #mancrushmonday?), to  the ever vain Evil Queen from Snow White.

Filters in tact and duck face under control, these characters certainly know to pose for that ever important selfie, check out some of our favorite of Bonafi's Disney selfies and then head on over to her website for more selfie fun.

click to enlarge Image via Simona Bonafini
  • Image via Simona Bonafini

Image via Simona Bonafini

Hercules is without a doubt the definition of Man Crush Monday. #HesAGod #MoveOverZacEfron

click to enlarge Image via Simona Bonafini
  • Image via Simona Bonafini

Image via Simona Bonafini

Looks like Peter Pan may have photo bombed this, uh, us-ie?

click to enlarge Image via Simona Bonafini
  • Image via Simona Bonafini

Image via Simona Bonafini

We're all mad here, maddeningly gorgeous! #LikeForLike #FollowForFollow

click to enlarge Image via Simona Bonafini
  • Image via Simona Bonafini

Image via Simona Bonafini

Perfect beach day selfie #LongHairDontCare #MermaidModelStatus #ServingFishyRealness

click to enlarge Image via Simona Bonafini
  • Image via Simona Bonafini

Image via Simona Bonafini

I woke up like this. #FLAWLESS

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