The voluminous amount of Disney fanart demands that a project be truly unique to stand out from the pack. These clever Disney villain perfume bottle illustrations fit the bill and display artistic merit that transcends the source material. The images appeared online a couple days ago and have been making the rounds, but no artist has stepped forward as of yet to claim the work. [UPDATE: The artist appears to use the name Ruby Spark and has the Twitter account @mmmint8.]

The artist who drew these was able to not only identify the iconic design elements of each character, but also use the elements as the basis for fun and abstract sculptural objects. The artist shows remarkable ability to boil a character design down to its essence. The process of stripping away a character’s details to find its core design values is an exercise which animation artists sometimes perform themselves:

If only actual character-based perfume bottles looked this good.

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Amid Amidi is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Cartoon Brew.

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