Japanese illustrator Haruki Godo is a self-described "hobbyist" with an immense amount of love for classic Disney films. His "swapped" series takes the simple premise of crossdressing famous princesses (and other non-princess female leads) with their male counterparts, but the end results are infectiously charming thanks to Godo's fun, straightforward art style.
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It's surprising to see that Ariel dresses up so nicely, considering her Dad's been naked her entire life.
Gaston had the looks and the popularity, but Beast had... rage issues, low self confidence, and money?
Meg is still the least princess-y character in Disney history, and that's awesome.
A little girl with big man-hands? She's like a reverse Donald Trump.
My apologies to anyone who clicked this post looking for lioncloth pics.
Hotter than fresh beignets...
Armed, and dangerous.
That's right a Hunchback of Notre Dame II reference. DEAL WITH IT.
A beautiful female gypsy paladin? What is this, my high school D&D campaign?
Speaking of changing the familiar formula, remember when Disney "experimented" with science fiction in the early 2000s?
Sleeping Beauty is far and away the best Disney movie that ends with a dragon getting stabbed in the fucking heart.
Mulan? Dressed as a Chinese Soldier!? Now I've seen EVERYTHING.
Not to get all "tumblr-y" on you guys, but this image is LOADED AF.
Proof that only the select few can pull off parachute pants.
Is this.. that new female Thor everybody was talking about?
It took way too much googling to learn that the prince's name in Snow White is just "The Prince".
I wish I could say Alice was the first teenager to trip on drugs and put on a rabbit costime, I really would.
Fan theory: short haired Rapunzel grows up to be the cute aunt in Big Hero 6.
Somebody make this a romhack for the old Genesis game, right now.
Now that all those loincloth weirdos clicked away earlier, enjoy this loincloth.