People Send Pics Of Their Pets To This Artist And She Disneyfies Them (30 Pics)


I had no idea there was such a thing as ‘disneyfication’ until today. However, sociologists have evidently been using term since 1959 to characterize a society’s commercial makeover to resemble the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, which is centered on rapid Western-style globalization and consumerist lifestyles.

Isa Bredt, a Dutch illustrator, gave it a new meaning. ‘Disneyfication’ is a form of transportation in Bredt’s lexicon. One that introduces animals to the world of animation. The 22-year-old artist converts people’s pet images into Disney-style artwork for her project Pet Disneyfication, and the results are spot on. All of the critters in Bredt’s series have face traits and expressions that make them look like the stars of the next Walt Disney film!

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Bredt has loved sketching since she was a child, but it wasn’t until the end of high school that she began to consider it as a job. Bredt decided to study drawing and animation as a result of these thoughts, but she dropped out during her third year to pursue pet portrait work.

Bredt told Bored Panda, “Pet disneyfications was something I did very irregularly in my own time for roughly 5 years.” “I began because I was and continue to be a huge lover of both animal artwork and the old Disney style.”


The Tilburg-based artist, however, clarified that she is not a Disney employee. “I’m simply a huge fan. My all-time favorite film is The Lion King, which I used to watch on a daily basis as a kid. Lady and the Tramp, 101 Dalmatians, and the Aristocats are among my favorite vintage animal films.”

On Reddit, she launched the pet disneyfications. “There was a subreddit where you could give people free paintings. I wanted to learn how to draw in the Disney manner, so I offered free paintings to anybody who sent me photos of their dogs.”


Bredt was 16 years old at the time. “I did this a few times and people loved it,” she added, “albeit I wasn’t that good at the time.” “Last year, I decided to take on commissions as a summer job since I didn’t want to work in the food service business again, and it went so well that I decided to start an Instagram and do the commissions on the side.”

After that, the project grew at a rapid pace. Bredt eventually began depicting shelter animals as well. She thinks that her photos will aid in the adoption of the animals, and she is grateful to be able to put her platform to good use.





























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