Fallen Disney Princessess

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Very cool photo series by Thomas Czarnecki, via buzzfeed


  1. A cool photoseries? I see a faceless female victim who has met a sudden violent end by a means which simultaneously caused her shoes to fall off and blow her (now mini) princess skirt over her head for prurient and invasive access. The Alice in Wonderland one is particularly gross. It looks like a child being held in captivity by a predator. What is the point of that exactly?

    Comment by Prolixity Julien — January 25, 2012 @ 21:27
  2. that in todays word Princessess and fairytales don’t exist anymore ..??

    Comment by thebrainbehind — January 25, 2012 @ 22:11
  3. This is definitely disturbing, but they all look amazing. The dude above me nailed it.

    Comment by Muffin — January 26, 2012 @ 02:57
  4. So there was a time when these things did exist? This is pure garbage.

    Comment by schrome — January 26, 2012 @ 05:21
  5. there was a time that things were more innocent ..now its not

    Comment by thebrainbehind — January 26, 2012 @ 09:04
  6. No the point is satire… sexy sexy satire. See the sexy is what makes it satire. You’re like mmm look at those legs he’s exposed on those dead women for my pleasure. Oh no! It’s on a dead person. I must re-evaluate my understanding of this scene and realise what satirical satirical sexy it is.

    There is *nothing* about this picture series that accidentally self-satirises the kind of prurient smug have-your-cake-and-eat-it sexploitation satirisation that it epitomises. (See also: tyler shields)

    Comment by Sarah — January 26, 2012 @ 12:30
  7. I agree, those Disney Princess pictures are disturbing, disgusting, and offensive. They look like violent scenes of rape and murder, and their facelessness makes it, staggeringly, even more disturbing.
    The title only makes it worse. ‘Fallen’ Disney Princesses – as if once upon a time they were pristine princesses from fairy tales, but now that they’ve all been raped and violated (and murdered), they’re worthless.
    I don’t care what the photographers thought they were attempting to accomplish. They’ve put these images out into the world and the internet, and they can’t control who looks at them or for what reasons. I highly doubt that most of the people who will ultimately end up ‘enjoying’ these pictures will have an artistic motivation.
    Everything about it is offensive and makes me angry and sick to my stomach.

    Comment by Biblio — January 26, 2012 @ 18:13

    Comment by FERNANDA — January 27, 2012 @ 02:12
    COMO PASA???????????????????????????????????????
    {-_-} POR LA MUERTE

    Comment by MARIA — January 27, 2012 @ 02:15
  10. While as a woman I understand where the above comments are coming from, I can’t agree. Fairy tales are by nature dark and disturbing morality stories with brutal elements. Read the original German or Hans Christian Anderson fairy tales; they’re brutal. To me these are gorgeous, compelling, and darkly artful in a way that is in keeping with the spirit of these stories. Stunning.

    Comment by noodlestein — January 27, 2012 @ 07:40
  11. they are dark. Jasmine is good, but ariel’s tail looks like saran wrap.

    Comment by taylor — February 25, 2012 @ 00:15

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