Posts Tagged ‘ 101 Dalmations ’

Disney Cocktails?


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Cocktails have always been a platform to display finesse and uniqueness with their creation.  Although themed drinks always go over well at a party or event, we’re sure few people associate children’s movies and alcoholic beverages… Cocktails by Cody, we thank you.

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Classic Disney Films Starring Samuel L. Jackson And Directed By Quentin Tarantino


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In 2011, Samuel L. Jackson was named the highest gross actor of all time. While we were a bit taken back at first, when you really think about, he’s been in so many films that it was bound to happen. Now we get to see what the world of Disney would be like if Samuel Jackson played the main character in some of our favorite films. This hilarious movie poster series was written by Alex J. Mann and designed by Jennifer Sanders.

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The Disney Movie Reinvented.


If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times… I despise putting work up, and having no idea what-so-ever who it’s from.  That being said, in rare cases, the work is just so dope, I have no choice but to show it off regardless.  These set of re-tooled Disney movie posters are beyond dope.  There aren’t too many other words to describe them.  They perfectly prove the point of the original story, and in some of the 10 cases, bring out a darker, more sinister side of the tale (like the Lion King, or the Bambi posters).  Whoever made these, I’m super impressed.