Disney has no shortage of talented artists working with paper (well, mostly computers these days), but we've never seen Disney interpreted quite so intriguingly as in these paper displays.
The three-dimensional paper-mounted shadow box displays are the work of Matt Hawkins of Custom Paper Toys. These delightful dioramas are being displayed to the public WonderGround Gallery at Downtown Disney in Anaheim, California.
Whether Hawkins is depicting the love between Wall-E and Eve, or exploring evil with Captain Hook and Sleeping Beauty's Malificent, the depth found in these works is a perfect visual illusion on par with any of the movie studio's full motion works.
The House of the Mouse has proven yet again that it finds the most creative people on the planet to show off their properties, and in extravagantly original fashion.
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