Artists and fans are always creating amazing art for their favorite films. Some of my personal favorites are done in the Minimalist style. Here is a smattering of the Disney classics in order of their original theatrical release date.
1937 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Disney's first theatrical animated feature is adorable and charming as is this gorgeous minimalist poster. Snow White is just one of the great Disney film posters reimagined by Magicblood.
1940 - Pinocchio
This simple, beautiful, black and white poster done by Citron--Vert can be found along with a large collection of Disney fan art here.
1950 - Cinderella
Sinch A.K.A. Christian Jackson has quite an impressive body of work, his "Children Stories Vol. 1 and 2" breaks down the stories into their most basic concept like the clock striking 12 a.m. in Cinderella. Prints are available at his site.
1951 - Alice in Wonderland
I don't know about you but I can't help but smile back at that sinister grin. It encapsulates the mood of the movie with a single smirk, remarkable. Check out more of Halpern's movie poster collection.
1959 - Sleeping Beauty
1967 - The Jungle Book
Check out more of Hans Kleinenberg's work at his deviantArt page!
1973 - Robin Hood
If you want more adorable, this is just a small sample of the incredible work on Thunder Doam's Esty.
1989 - The Little Mermaid
This film is a personal favorite of mine. I can still recite it word for word due to the countless times I watched it growing up. So I naturally adore this print. Check for more of Luhn's minimalist Disney princesses.
1994 - The Lion King
This Scar poster is part of a set of typography driven Lion King posters done by Untreed Studios.
1998 - Mulan
Some how this three color digital print captures Mulan's emotion beautifully. Check out more of Monique's digital work at Behance.
2000 - The Emperor's New Groove
The Emperor's New Groove was one of the first Disney animated films of this century and it was awesome. So is this poster by Nelos. You can view more of his work on DeviantArt.