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30 Artists Reimagined Classic Disney Posters And They're Pure Magic

Mondo Art Gallery and Cyclops Print Works have collaborated to give you a dose of Disney magic with Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show. The exhibition at Mondo featured 30 different artists, each with their own take on a classic Disney poster. And because not all of us could make it in person, they have shared all 40 reimagined posters with MORE! Click through and find your favorite.

101 Dalmations by Jonathan Burton

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How cute is this Disney-inspired artwork by Jonathan Burton that shows Roger living the bachelor life while Pongo sets his eyes on the beautiful dalmatian Perdy and Roger's to-be wife Anita?!

Photo: Jonathan Burton | Mondo x Cyclops

101 Dalmations Variant Edition by Jonathan Burton

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"I think that 101 DALMATIANS is the most beautiful of the Disney films, principally as it was the first time they used the artists' original line drawings in the final cells through the process of the copy machine," said artist Jonathan Burton in a press release. "The line work is sketchy, the color misaligned and it makes for a style full of life. My poster pays tribute to this, and in particular the rough production drawings of Disney's Ken Anderson who himself was inspired by Ronald Searle."

Photo: Jonathan Burton | Mondo x Cyclops

Big Hero 6 by Ken Taylor

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We could stare at these two pictures by Ken Taylor all day and still not capture all of the wonder of San Fransokyo.

Photo: Ken Taylor | Mondo x Cyclops

Big Hero 6 Variant Edition by Ken Taylor

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"Watching a Disney movie together with my kids is amazing, but making artwork for one of their favorite films takes it to the next level," said artist Ken Taylor in a press release. "BIG HERO 6 is my eldest daughters favorite, and I love so much about this film. The story is super fun but its the city that gets me in, the opportunity to draw San Fransokyo has been a blast and one of the best film poster experiences i have had. Hopefully folks dig it as much as I do."

Photo: Ken Taylor| Mondo x Cyclops

Lilo & Stitch by Rosemary Valero-O'Connell

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We're packing our bags and immediately heading out on a Hawaiian vacation after seeing this tropical-looking art from Rosemary Valero-O'Connell.

Photo: Rosemary Valero-O'Connell | Mondo x Cyclops

Aladdin by Matt Taylor

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We'd definitely use one of our three wishes to have this piece by Matt Taylor for ourselves!

"I think ALADDIN is peak modern Disney, so having the chance to do my own take on it is pretty much a dream project," said artist Matt Taylor in a press release. "I wanted to try and incorporate some classical Arabian styling and decoration into the piece, but I think the most enjoyable part was getting to draw that Genie busting out of the lamp. The first Mondo/Disney show was one of my all time favorites that they have thrown, and I'd been hoping that they'd go back to the well. I've got one wish granted now, better figure out what to do with the other two..."

Photo: Matt Taylor | Mondo x Cyclops

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by James Flames

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How neat are the sketches of scenes from the movie in the background of this Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs artwork?

Photo: James Flames | Mondo x Cyclops

Pinnochio by Jessica Seamans

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We're definitely reminded of how terrifying Monstro is in Jessica Seamans Pinnochio.

Photo: Jessica Seamans | Mondo x Cyclops

The Fox and the Hound by Tegan White

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Be still our hearts. Look how happy our favorite four-legged animated animals are in this piece by Tegan White!

Photo: Tegan White | Mondo x Cyclops

The Fox and the Hound Variant Edition by Tegan White

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Here's White's other take on the classic poster.

Photo: Tegan White | Mondo x Cyclops

Fantasia by Becky Cloonan

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These Fantasia posters definitley portray the scarier side of Disney as they capture the "Night on Bald Mountain" scene from the film.

Photo: Becky Cloonan | Mondo x Cyclops

Fantasia Variant by Becky Cloonan

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Here's Cloonan's other take on the classic poster.

Photo: Becky Cloonan | Mondo x Cyclops

Bambi by Laurent Durieux

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As if Bambi didn't tug at your heart strings enough. This poster captures the sadness of the young deer in the woods, and in the background shows the adult Bambi gazing off into the distance.

Photo: Laurent Durieux | Mondo x Cyclops

Alice in Wonderland by Tom Whalen

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Tom Whalen nailed the Alice in Wonderland artwork by reimagining the imagery as a card. Which, of course, is a nod to the croquet-loving Queen of Hearts and her army of playing cards.

Photo: Tom Whalen | Mondo x Cyclops

Alice in Wonderland (Back) by Tom Whalen

Tom Whalen | Mondo x Cyclops

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Not only did Tom Whalen create a fantastic design for Alice in Wonderland, but he went even further and made it reversible to truly resemble a playing card. 

Photo: Tom Whalen | Mondo x Cyclops

Gravity Falls by Dave Perillo

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Dipper and Mabel take on summer vacation and all of the adventures that brings in this reworking by Dave Perillo.

Photo: Dave Perillo | Mondo x Cyclops

The Little Mermaid by Nicolas Delort

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We're reminded of just how much power Ursula held over Ariel in Nicolas Delort's The Little Mermaid. This gives a totally new impression of the film!

Photo: Nicolas Delort | Mondo x Cyclops

Mary Poppins by Marc Aspinall

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We're reminded once again of Mary Poppins' unconventional ways through this artwork by Marc Aspinall. What a fantastic idea of a shot!

Photo: Marc Aspinall | Mondo x Cyclops

The Black Cauldron by Randy Ortiz

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This eery imagery is perfect for one of Disney's darker animated films. We're scared of the Horned King and the Cauldren-Borns just looking at it.

Photo: Randy Ortiz | Mondo x Cyclops

Lady and the Tramp by Dave Perillo

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Of course the remade version of the poster has to include the iconic spaghettic and meatball scene. Bravo!

Photo: Dave Perillo | Mondo x Cyclops

Tron by Stan and Vince

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We can't get enough of the vintage vibes we're feeling from Stan and Vince's Tron re-imagining.

Photo: Stan and Vince | Mondo x Cyclops

Peter Pan by Tom Whalen

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All of the elements are included in Tom Whalen's Peter Pan pieces. From Captain Hook's villainous smile to Peter Pan and the Darlings, the whole gang is there!

Photo: Tom Whalen | Mondo x Cyclops

Peter Pan Variant Edition by Tom Whalen

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Here's Whalen's other take on the classic poster.

Photo: Tom Whalen | Mondo x Cyclops

The Rocketeer by César Moreno

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This modernized version of the 1991 superhero film is an absolutely perfect udpate to the original!

Photo: César Moreno | Mondo x Cyclops

The Rocketeer Variant Edition by César Moreno

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Here's Moreno's other take on the classic poster.

Photo: César Moreno | Mondo x Cyclops

The Sword in the Stone by Oliver Barrett

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Just one look at this piece makes us want to go watch The Sword in the Stone immediately.

Photo: Oliver Barrett | Mondo x Cyclops

Gargoyles by Phantom City Creative

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We'd totally trust these Gargoyles by Phantom City Creative to protect our city!

Photo: Phantom City Creative | Mondo x Cyclops

The Lion King by Matt Taylor

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Simba just can't wait to be king, and we just can't wait to see Matt Taylor's Lion King depictions IRL.

Photo: Matt Taylor | Mondo x Cyclops

The Lion King Variant Edition by Matt Taylor

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Here's Taylor's other take on the classic poster.

Photo: Matt Taylor | Mondo x Cyclops

Tron: Legacy by Craig Drake

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A simple design that packs a serious punch, Craig Drake's Tron: Legacy poster is one for the books!

Photo: Craig Drake | Mondo x Cyclops

The Rescuers by Tom Whalen

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Tom Whalen's designs of The Rescuers is everything you could want in a poster of the film. Medusa's greed-ridden face and Penny's freightened eyes truly show you what's to come.

Photo: Tom Whalen | Mondo x Cyclops

The Rescuers Variant Edition by Tom Whalen

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Here's Whalen's other take on the classic poster.

Photo: The Rescuers Variant Edition by Tom Whalen

The Skeleton Dance by Brandon Holt

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The black and white imagery in the poster of this 1929 short film perfectly shows off the eery plot of this classic cartoon.

Photo: Brandon Holt | Mondo x Cyclops

Sleeping Beauty by Florian Bertmer

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This Sleeping Beauty piece by Florian Bertmer shows off the villainous characters of the story looking over the castle, but it totally works for the overall plot of the movie!

Photo: Florian Bertmer | Mondo x Cyclops

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Martin Ansin

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We're totally enthralled with the simple color choices used in this reworking of the classic Disney film. But with a sea monster like that, we'd be terrified too!

Photo: Martin Ansin | Mondo x Cyclops

Inner Workings by Benson Shum

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You can definitely see the battle between Paul's free-spirited, adventurous side and his logical half in this fun poster of Inner Workings by Benson Shum!

Photo: Benson Shum | Mondo x Cyclops

A Bug's Life by Josh Holtsclaw

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Our favorite group of little creatures is brought front and center of this re-imagined A Bug's Life poster. We'd take on the grasshoppers with this tribe anyday!

Photo: Josh Holtsclaw | Mondo x Cyclops

The Wind in the Willows by JC Richard

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How fantastic is this classic design inspired by Wind and the Willows? Mr. Toad and Toad Hall look absolutely perfect!

Photo: JC Richard | Mondo x Cyclops

Thanks for the Adventure by Mark Englert

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While it's a newer addition to the Disney mix, we're so glad Up! made the cut. It's truly a favorite!

Photo: Mark Englert | Mondo x Cyclops

Atlantis: The Lost Empire by Joe Dunn

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What we wouldn't give to truly see the lost city of Atlantis, but this poster designed by Joe Dunn is definitely a close second!

Photo: Joe Dunn | Mondo x Cyclops

Robin Hood by Rich Kelly

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We're loving the clever design of this Robin Hood poster. Check out how menacing Prince John looks!

Photo: Rich Kelly | Mondo x Cyclops

Dumbo (Tent) by Dan McCarthy

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Dan McCarthy truly captures Dumbo's transition into fame and maturity in these two, simply-designed posters.

Photo: Dan McCarthy | Mondo x Cyclops

Dumbo (Clouds) by Dan McCarthy

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Here's McCarthy's other take on the classic poster.

Photo: Dan McCarthy | Mondo x Cyclops

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