The Nothing's Impossible Exhibit is Presented During SXSW

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 20, 2014 • References: blogs.disney & mymodernmet
The Nothing's Impossible exhibit re-imagines people's favorite posters for classic Disney and Pixar films. From 'The Beauty and the Beast' and 'The Jungle Book' to 'Finding Nemo' and 'The Incredibles,' the Nothing's Impossible exhibit tackles quite a few animated movie titles in ways that are both familiar and unfamiliar.

A collaborative effort between the Mondo Gallery based in Austin, Texas, and artists from the blog Oh My Disney, the Nothing's Impossible exhibit kicked off during South by South West (SXSW). It is comprised of 25 stunning artworks that revolve around technical drawings, digital portraits and more. Many of the posters that make up the Nothing's Impossible exhibit have a retro aesthetic to them, yet My Modern Met points out, "Some posters are stylized interpretations of characters while others are realistically rendered." Stats for Re-Imagined Disney Film Posters Trending: Older & Popular
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