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Artist Flawlessly Photoshops Disney Characters Into Celebrity Paparazzi Photos

There are a lot of naysayers out there who believe there is no such thing as a great artist anymore. They’re wrong, for several reasons, but the No. 1 reason they give is the oversaturation of digital media in our daily lives. It’s hard to imagine that there are those out there that don’t appreciate Pixar, Disney Animation Studios, and the countless other graphic artists out there that use a computer as their canvas.

There are actually a lot of people in the digital art industry that say they have a greater appreciation for the classics like Leonardo da Vinci and Vincent Van Gogh due to the training they received in their profession. Let’s face it, being a graphic or digital artist is hard! You can get lost in all of the tutorials and guides that explain how to apply a gradient fill to a vector mask in Photoshop and if you can make it past the first 10 seconds without being completely confused, you should be pretty proud of that accomplishment.

Of course, some people’s photo editing skillset is a little more advanced than others. Andhika Muksin’s is so unbelievably high that you have to do a double take even though you know that he’s combined a cartoon with a live-action celebrity photo. Andhika has been posting his creations to his Instagram page for quite some time but recently he’s really gained attention from outlets around the globe and once you get your first glimpse at his art, you’re going to see why…

“Subway Princess”

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One of the coolest thing about Andhika’s art is how he makes you feel as if the Disney character is alive living in 2018.

“Let It Skate”

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After the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, every girl wishes they could be “frozen” with Adam Rippon!

“Front Row Queens”

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This image is all-too-real if you’ve ever seen a runway show!

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