Kathleen Sanders is an artist who's a fan of Disney and the macabre. She's also a fan of combining these, with fascinating results. Get a load of Anna from Frozen as Wednesday Addams.
Disney films are catered towards children. These images? Not so much. But they're amazing all the same for those of us with a dark side.
Elsa looks ready for Halloween here. This would be an awesome, elaborate costume. Disney princess combined with a sugar skull and skeleton suit? Don't see those as every party.
Sanders has a gift for creating awesome mashups. Here we have Elsa again. This time, she's dressed as Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.
She even strays out of Disney territory for some of these mashups. Here we see the ice princess Elsa as the Girl on Fire. Who knew Elsa was such a fan of Halloween and The Hunger Games?
"When they said she was a peculiar girl I thought it was because she read. Turns out it's because she's undead. Oh well. I don't have many options and those rose petals aren't falling any slower."
Daw, isn't this cute? Don't get too close, though. He bites, and then you'll turn into a zombie and that won't be nearly as adorable.
Poor Woody. I bet he misses the days when his biggest problem was having a snake in his boots. Now he has a hoard of royal flesh-eaters surrounding him.
What should we call this? Who Framed Christmas? The Nightmare Before Roger Rabbit? Whatever you call the movie, I'd watch the hell out of it.
To me, this makes Ursula scarier. In her original form, you can tell how sinister she is just by looking at her. Here, she'd have a much easier time luring in pure, unfortunate souls.
I mean, what did you expect would happen? You allowed yourself to be swallowed by a whale. You may say you're surprised by this outcome, but we can all tell you're lying.
Scooby's gang knows a thing or two about the spooky. And Sanders knows a thing or two about cool as heck character swaps. This makes me the opposite of sad.
These two are just too perfect. It's as if the creators of Inside Out left all the clues for everyone to create these. Yet, Sanders was the only one to take the call.
Baymax is a robot, but seems to figuratively have a big heart. Well, now we can see he literally has a normal-sized one. Sugar Skull Bay is one sweet bae.
Halloween is the best. Disney is the best. Combine the two and you're left with something better than the best, yet still less creepy than certain Disney items. Keep up to date on Kathleen Sanders' work by following her on Instagram.