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26 Incredible Pieces of Art That Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs holds a special place in our hearts. It was the very first feature-length animated film when it debuted 80 years ago—and that’s just one of the many reasons we are fascinated by it!

In honor of the film’s 80th anniversary, talented artists around the Walt Disney Company created Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs-inspired art in their own style and aesthetic. You can also see this art on Disney Princess Instagram! With much pride and joy, we present to you some of our favorite pieces from this collection:

Portraits of Snow White

Mark Henn (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 1 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White by Walt Disney Animation Animator Mark Henn.

Jackie Chang (Graphic Designer) 2 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White holding an apple by graphic designer Jackie Chang.

Naomi Kim (Project Associate) 3 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White surrounded by quotes:

David Rostal (Associate Production Manager) 4 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White looking in through a window.

Dorota Kotarba-Mendez (Director, Character Art) 5 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White with an apple tree in the back.

Dorota Kotarba-Mendez (Director, Character Art) 6 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White sitting with an apple.

Jason Ratner (Graphic Designer) 7 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White's face above the Evil Queen's chest, surrounded by a pattern featuring apples, leaves, and woodland creatures.

Kei Phillips (Creative Services Character Artist) 8 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White crossing her legs and holding an apple, sitting next to a basket of apples.

Kim Raymond (Senior Principal Artist) 9 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White with a blue bird on her hand.

Daniel Arriaga (Animator, Pixar Animation) 10 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White sitting in the woods, surrounded by birds.

Gabby Zapata (Senior Artist) 11 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Side portrait of Snow White, in a circle decorated with flowers.

Lewis Whitman (Creative Services Character Artist) 12 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White in a dark forest with green eyes peering at her from the dark.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 13 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White in a mirror, raising an apple to her mouth as she's about to eat it.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 14 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White on a swing attached to a tree.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 15 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White holding a basket of apples next to a tree.

Kim Kha (Senior Character Artist) 16 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Black and white portrait of Snow White surrounded by trees.

Kim Kha (Senior Character Artist) 17 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White's face with her eyes closed, surrounded by flowers.

These charming characters deserve their own album too! image

Portraits of the Dwarfs

Eric Goldberg (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 1 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Grumpy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Andy Harkness (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 2 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Doc playing a string instrument from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Benson Shum (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 3 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Bashful from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs blushing.

Trent Correy (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 4 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Dopey from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs waving.

Nara You (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 5 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Happy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in pastel colors.

Hyun Min Lee (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 6 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Sleepy sleeping in a bundle next to woodland creatures, as Snow White drapes a blanket over them.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 7 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs all holding hands in front of evergreen trees.

And of course, we didn’t forget about the Evil Queen, featured royally in this portrait by Steve Thompson (Principal Artist, Disney Store): imageLast but not least, here’s to a happily ever after, as illustrated by Bryan Mon (Lead Character Artist):Portrait of Snow White on a horse as the Prince kneels to her.Snow White is looking fair as ever in these unique works of art! You can admire them on the Disney Princess Instagram and under the hashtag #SnowWhite80. How are you inspired by Disney’s first princess? We’d love to hear—share your thoughts in the comments!

The post 26 Incredible Pieces of Art That Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs appeared first on Oh My Disney.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs holds a special place in our hearts. It was the very first feature-length animated film when it debuted 80 years ago—and that’s just one of the many reasons we are fascinated by it!

In honor of the film’s 80th anniversary, talented artists around the Walt Disney Company created Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs-inspired art in their own style and aesthetic. You can also see this art on Disney Princess Instagram! With much pride and joy, we present to you some of our favorite pieces from this collection:

Portraits of Snow White

Mark Henn (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 1 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White by Walt Disney Animation Animator Mark Henn.

Jackie Chang (Graphic Designer) 2 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White holding an apple by graphic designer Jackie Chang.

Naomi Kim (Project Associate) 3 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White surrounded by quotes:

David Rostal (Associate Production Manager) 4 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White looking in through a window.

Dorota Kotarba-Mendez (Director, Character Art) 5 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White with an apple tree in the back.

Dorota Kotarba-Mendez (Director, Character Art) 6 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White sitting with an apple.

Jason Ratner (Graphic Designer) 7 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White's face above the Evil Queen's chest, surrounded by a pattern featuring apples, leaves, and woodland creatures.

Kei Phillips (Creative Services Character Artist) 8 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White crossing her legs and holding an apple, sitting next to a basket of apples.

Kim Raymond (Senior Principal Artist) 9 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White with a blue bird on her hand.

Daniel Arriaga (Animator, Pixar Animation) 10 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White sitting in the woods, surrounded by birds.

Gabby Zapata (Senior Artist) 11 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Side portrait of Snow White, in a circle decorated with flowers.

Lewis Whitman (Creative Services Character Artist) 12 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White in a dark forest with green eyes peering at her from the dark.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 13 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White in a mirror, raising an apple to her mouth as she's about to eat it.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 14 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White on a swing attached to a tree.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 15 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White holding a basket of apples next to a tree.

Kim Kha (Senior Character Artist) 16 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Black and white portrait of Snow White surrounded by trees.

Kim Kha (Senior Character Artist) 17 of 17 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White's face with her eyes closed, surrounded by flowers.

These charming characters deserve their own album too! image

Portraits of the Dwarfs

Eric Goldberg (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 1 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Grumpy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Andy Harkness (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 2 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Doc playing a string instrument from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Benson Shum (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 3 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Bashful from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs blushing.

Trent Correy (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 4 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Dopey from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs waving.

Nara You (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 5 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Happy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in pastel colors.

Hyun Min Lee (Animator, Walt Disney Animation) 6 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Sleepy sleeping in a bundle next to woodland creatures, as Snow White drapes a blanket over them.

Miran Kim (Lead Character Artist) 7 of 7 Share this image on Pinterest Portrait of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs all holding hands in front of evergreen trees.

And of course, we didn’t forget about the Evil Queen, featured royally in this portrait by Steve Thompson (Principal Artist, Disney Store): imageLast but not least, here’s to a happily ever after, as illustrated by Bryan Mon (Lead Character Artist):Portrait of Snow White on a horse as the Prince kneels to her.Snow White is looking fair as ever in these unique works of art! You can admire them on the Disney Princess Instagram and under the hashtag #SnowWhite80. How are you inspired by Disney’s first princess? We’d love to hear—share your thoughts in the comments!

The post 26 Incredible Pieces of Art That Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs appeared first on Oh My Disney.

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