All your Disney princesses are dead

Thomas Czarnecki's Fairy Tales With Deadly Endings

Not since Kanye West have we seen such a beautiful, dark, twisted fantasy. Thomas Czarnecki's photography collection 'From Enchantment to Down' portrays your favorite fairy tale princesses right before they hit the point of rigor mortis. The results will haunt even the most hardened of viewers (we're looking at you, Eli Roth fans).


The photos appear as if they were taken by a serial killer, a person who can't stand the heroines with perfect hair and clothes who always seem to get what they want. The Little Mermaid, wrapped in plastic and washed ashore, looks like a red-headed Laura Palmer, while Alice in Wonderland looks like she just walked out of The Ring. In Czarnecki's sadistic fantasies, things don't end happily ever after ... they end with broken necks.




Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, The Little Red Riding Hood - Happy End." (2009) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki "From Enchantment to Down, Snow White - My Sweet Prince." (2009) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, Alice - Just a Trap." (2009) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, Sleeping Beauty - Naughty Girl." (2010) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, Cinderella - Too Fast." (2010) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, The Little Mermaid - On the other Shore." (2011) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, Jasmine - One Last Wish." (2011) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, The Beauty and the Beast - Not So Romantic." (2011) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

Thomas Czarnecki, "From Enchantment to Down, Pocahontas - One More Trophy." (2011) Courtesy of Thomas Czarnecki.

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What do you think, ONTDers? Psychologically disturbing and insightful photos? Or just boring shock art to ruin childhoods? Or something else entirely?