Over the last few years, artists have created some impressive works of art inspired by Disney princesses, from silly odes to pop culture to just seriously beautiful digital paintings. And now that Anna and Elsa have joined the ranks, it's no surprise that the Frozen fandom has spilled over into the online art world (after all, it's even inspiring wedding themes). See some of our favorite artistic interpretations of the newest Disney royals now, and if you'd like to see a sexy, NSFW version of Kristoff, check him out here!
From the artist: "Both Elsa from Frozen and Daenerys spend some time learning what it means to be a queen — although one has mystical ice-related abilities and the other is immune to fire and gave birth to three baby dragons, the platinum hair and their shared journey from meek and repressed little girls to badass queens made this choice a no-brainer."
Illustration by Sam Tsui
Artist Rubén imagined what Disney princesses would look like as college students. He even gave them backstories.
"The two sisters are some of the most popular girls in the university. Elsa has left her past behind, and she's studying architecture. She has started dating a guy a little bit, and his last name is Frost!
Anna, unlike Elsa, is fearless, playful and optimistic. She is always looking for new adventures with her boyfriend, Kristoff. She wants to be a preschool teacher."
Artist Claire Hummel dressed her Disney princesses in historically accurate costumes. The artist describes Elsa's outfit:
"Frozen is purportedly set in the 1830s-40s, but I've been obsessed with finding a style that could marry her coronation gown with her ice gown more seamlessly; the open robes you see during the Regency era, including those being worn by Scandinavian royalty at the time, seemed a particularly apt analog for he weird underarm-cape thing. You also see her mom wearing something very similar for something like 10 years, so it's not a huge stretch to think it could be a popular look in Arendelle."
There's a lot of pony-Frozen crossover art there, but this is one of my favorites!
Illustration by deviantART user Kikuri-Tan
This artist congratulated Frozen on its Oscar wins with an artistic red carpet ode to the ladies.
Illustration by Sara Manca
Love this beautiful digital painting of Anna and Elsa as one person.
Illustration by deviantART user c-dra
Artist Ann Marcellino put a Wicked twist on the film's heroines. She wrote, "I definitely got a few Wicked vibes from Frozen, so I thought it'd be fun to dress Elsa and Anna in Elphaba and Glinda's school uniforms."
Illustration by Ann Marcellino
This digital painting of Elsa is just stunning.
Illustration by Sakimi Chan
If Elsa and Anna lived in modern days, they'd probably look like this.
Illustration by Rilguia
This artist gave Elsa and Anna stylish new wardrobes. I love Anna's outfit!
Illustrations by deviantART user muttonfudge
Anna and Elsa look cool and comfy in this modern take on their looks.
Illustration by Katarzyna Witerscheim
Artist Sara Manca created several bride versions for Anna, but I think this traditional folk Norwegian one is the best.
Source: deviantART user Sara Manca
This artistic take on Elsa by artist David Kawena is beautiful.
Illustration by David Kawena
Just a creative and cute digital version of the ladies.
Illustrations by deviantART user pixonsalvaje
Elsa and Anna pose in front of their castles in this art.
Illustration by Cory Jensen