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

The Seattle-based artist Audre Schutte (a.k.a. Charamath) has made my nightmare into a reality by putting Yzma, the villain from The Emperor's New Groove, in place of some of our favorite Disney characters. Let's just say the results land somewhere between hilarious and downright scary. I mean, have you seen her?

From Ariel to Simba, no one and no movie was safe from Yzma's clutches. Check out Charamath's art with Yzma intrusions:

The Little Mermaid

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

Those poor starfish.

Aladdin

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

I could show you the world, but I won't because quite frankly you scare me.

Beauty and the Beast

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

Wait, which one is the Beast again?

The Princess and the Frog

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

How many pairs of fake eyelashes do you think Yzma needed to apply to achieve that look?

Hercules

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

I'm not sure if Hades even would take Yzma's soul. Seems like a pretty unfair trade.

The Lion King

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

Toss her off Pride Rock!

Cinderella

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

Is that a knife under her dress? This seems like a bad idea.

Pocahontas

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

I can't imagine she'd be painting with the colors of the wind anytime soon.

Frozen

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

Kuzco never bothered her anyway.

Tarzan

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

Poor Tarzan doesn't look too thrilled to be hanging out with the likes of Yzma.

Star Wars

Charamath / Tumblr
Charamath / Tumblr

Now that Disney owns Lucasfilm, I guess that makes Yzma a Disney lady in addition to being my nightmare fuel.

To see more of Charamath's awesome - and largely non-Yzma based - work visit her website, or to buy her prints online check out her Etsy store!

(Source: Charamath)

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