Disney writers always do an impeccable job of character development. So, when faced with the ultimate challenge of picking the best Disney characters of all time, how could we perfectly and fairly complete that challenge?
Aurora made her debut in Sleeping Beauty on January 29th, 1959, so it’s safe to say she’s getting most of the love for this anniversary. But we’d like to give her reputable place of rest some of the spotlight for just a moment. Yep, we’re talking about Sleeping Beauty’s Castle.
Disney characters are created to have dynamic personalities. Their identities are never one dimensional, and there are always many layers to them. While we may not know the actual birthdays of most Disney characters, there are some who stand out so obviously as a certain zodiac sign-- we’re looking at you Mulan! Spoiler: she’s about as Capricorn as it gets.
Disney films are known for their impeccable detail. The animation is always intricate and consistent, yet full of hidden surprises. Similarly, the storylines are incredibly consistent and fullproof. You won’t be finding any holes, gaps or confusions in any of these films, right? Well, maybe a few, if you think about it enough. Here are some questions that we still have after watching these films:
The Walt Disney Company is arguably the most successful media conglomerate in history. Founded in 1923, it still runs on the principles of putting out content that is both creative and innovative. It all began with Walt Disney, who would have been the big 117 on December 5th!
For almost a century Mickey has influenced artists to create fabulous pieces of work. He is the perfect example of an artist’s determination to create by his own rules, that's why his conceptual history resonates with so many artists and he's been such a big part of the art world; artists want to create art on their own terms. Below are just some of the great pieces we have at Magical Memories that have been influenced by Mickey Mouse.
Heather Theurer is an artist who taps into the imagination of anyone who may stumble upon her work. She is known for her themes in religious symbolism, fantasy realism, wildlife, and what we know her best for-- the bold reworking of Disney characters.
Pixar films are known for their attention to detail, intricate animation and elaborate character development-- Up is no exception to these qualities. It’s difficult to believe that the film came out over 9 years ago, but the moment that it hit theatres, audiences were mesmerized by the colorful adventure taken by Carl, Russell and the friends that they meet along the way. Here are 10 facts you probably didn’t know about <...
Disney has always been at the forefront of animation. Ever since Snow White graced us with her ivory skin and ebony hair, people have become inspired and influenced by the artistry of these memorable moments.
Without a great Disney villain, you wouldn’t have a great Disney hero/heroine. They put fear into both children and adults, and scar for life (or is that just us?). More importantly, a Disney villain challenges the films hero and makes them realize their greatness.