ByKristin Lai, writer at Creators.co
MP Staff Writer, cinephile and resident Slytherclaw // UCLA Alumna // Follow me on Twitter: kristin_lai
Kristin Lai

It's definitely a small world after all, especially when humanity is near extinction. Usually bustling with families and filled with the happy laughter of children and adults alike, the Disney parks are far from quiet. But what would they look like if the human race were to vanish, leaving behind the eerie remains of these beloved theme parks?

Taking inspiration from real-life abandoned parks like Chernobyl and the History Channel series Life After People, the artist Eledoremassis02 has given us a glimpse by photoshopping images of Disney World to be completely devoid of life in their album 'Life After Disney.' Destroyed by the elements over time, these images go from happy, colorful, and loud, to totally creepy. Check out their work in the images below:

Main Entrance

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Well, at least there's no entrance fee.

Epcot

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

What the heck happened to Epcot that would cause it to be destroyed like that?

Beast's Castle

Let's just hope there's a beast in there waiting to meet the right woman and turn back into a prince.

Magic Kingdom

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

"Hello? Where can a gal get a churro around here?"

Main Street U.S.A.

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Oh, man, it's going to take forever to pick up all of that trash.

Carousel of Progress

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Carousel of Progress? More like the Carousel of Nightmares!

Fantasyland

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

You couldn't pay me enough money to walk around this park alone.

Fantasia Gift Shop

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Maybe we can find supplies for survival in here...

It's a Small World

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

More nightmare fuel thanks to some crafty photoshop and Disney's animatronic puppets.

Pop Century Resort

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Pop Century Resort is all about the past, but the future looks a lot more grim.

Grand Floridian Hotel

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Looks like the Tower of Terror might become a reality for Disney World in this post-apocalyptic future.

Splash Mountain

Yes, because those singing alligators needed to be even creepier.

Monorail

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Riding one of these probably wouldn't be safe...or sanitary.

Tomorrowland Speedway

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

For some reason this mini traffic jam reminds me of that poster from The Walking Dead, except with tiny cars.

Space Mountain

eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art
eledoremassis02 / Deviant Art

Passing an abandoned Space Mountain at dusk really puts everything into perspective. Everyone's gone and you're totally alone.

On the off-chance that The Walking Dead or Fear the Walking Dead care to venture into one of Walt Disney's nightmares, I suggests they go to Eledoremassis02 for advice! Go to their DeviantART page to see even more of their work.

(Source: eledoremassis02, DeviantART)

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