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This probably isn’t the Mouse Factory’s idea of cheesecake.
LA illustrator Andrew Tarusov transformed some of Disney’s villains into pinup girls.
If you’ve ever wondered what Maleficent, Cruella De Vil and Ursula might look like in in a naughty cabaret, this is your chance.
Tarusov recently gave Disney princesses more va-va-voom, writing on Bored Panda that the series was so successful he went for the sequel.
The result is alluringly evil.
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