Continuing down my Disney rabbit hole, I’ve collected up some lovely bits art that have been lurking around my Etsy favourites for a while now. If you’re an Etsy window shopper like me, you’ll probably recognise some of the styles – watercolour and silhouettes are featured everywhere right now – but if not, this could be a way to introduce you to some beautiful and simple pieces that I’ve fallen in love with (but have too little wall room to hang it all)!
Vintage Dictionary Art:
These ‘Alice in Wonderland’ inspired prints are by AtThePrintShop who specialises in printing famous and both original prints onto vintage dictionary pages. I’ve seen this style of print before, that incorporates pages of the inspired book or the music score of a particular film, but the tiny font of the dictionary pages make the colour prints stand out massively. I’ve never seen print such as these with such beautiful borders, either, which is another reason I wanted to bring your attention to these little beauties!
They come in two different sizes: 8 x 10 or 13 x 19 inches.
I think these prints are the prettiest things that have ever been inspired by Disney. The silhouettes look like they’ve been filled with magical, multicoloured galaxies, but the lack of facial and background detail means they’re still so simple they could be featured in a room of any colour.
Although many artists have jumped on the watercolour bandwagon, these particular prints are by CocoMilla – they have hundreds of different designs, and on top of all the Disney you could dream of I’ve also found Star Wars, Doctor Who and Batman inspired prints.
Thanks for reading – I’ll be posting my final chapter on Disney magic tomorrow, with some lovely Disney inspired clothing and jewellery.