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Awesome Disney Princess x Doctor Who Mash-Up Art by Amazing Mom!

Karen Hallion is an “artist, Illustrator, and part-time Jedi,” and the force is definitely strong with this one.  Her power lies in her amazing artwork that takes on Disney icons in a whole different way like in her series of Disney princesses in the presence of TARDIS, the time travel machine featured in the cult classic Doctor Who.

In her bio Karen said she, “originally wanted to work for Disney as an animator, so my work tends to reflect that.” She adds that she “also speaks fluent Star Wars, Firefly, Buffy, Harry Potter and Steampunk.”  She lives in Swampscott, MA with her hubby, sons and their cats, Obi and Kenobi. It all makes sense now, especially after you check out her incredible work (which you can buy directly from her on her Etsy store right here).


  • Belle 1 of 8
    Belle
    Belle finds TARDIS in a gorgeous field.
  • Alice 2 of 8
    Alice
    Yes, Alice isn't really a princess, but she is still Disney royalty. Here Alice and TARDIS fall down the rabbit hole.
  • Snow White 3 of 8
    Snow White
    Snow White apparently doesn't know what to do with TARDIS.
  • Cinderella 4 of 8
    Cinderella
    Forget the carriage, Cinderella is traveling via TARDIS.
  • Ariel 5 of 8
    Ariel
    Ariel ponders TARDIS and the hand reaching out to her before she goes inside.
  • Rapunzel 6 of 8
    Rapunzel
    Rapunzel looks out from her tower upon a floating TARDIS.
  • Mulan 7 of 8
    Mulan
    Mulan looks back at TARDIS, perhaps contemplating what to do.
  • Jack Skellington 8 of 8
    Jack Skellington
    Okay,Jack is NOT a princess, but we just had to include this one!
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