But they aren’t just any cartoons – many of them are taken from Disney movies. And with the use of Photoshop, the artist manages to join his characters in the pictures.
So if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to pop into your favorite Disney movie Mary Poppins-style – or what it would be like if you met Ariel while out on a boat – be sure to take a look at 70 of his coolest creations.
To be fair, he does have the right coloring to play her part.
We just want to know if they’ve also watched Star Wars with him.
And it looks like he worked up enough courage to come out and say hi to his illustrator.
We still don’t know how Ariel gets her hair that perfect after so much saltwater.
It doesn’t look like kemo’s trident is any match for Flotsam and Jetsam.
Now if she could just update that blue eyeshadow.
We thought those seashells were pretty resiliant – and so did Ariel.
If you look closely at kemo’s rendering, you’ll see he’s playing quite a trick on his fishy friend by making her into her worst enemy.
Then again we wouldn’t want to play the same trick on her as we did on Ariel. She’s got revenge on her mind.
And it looks like Ursula enjoyed her portrait session.
Just don’t ask him how to use a fork.
We wonder what he calls a camera.
Either way, he’s looking mighty friendly.
Looks like he’s still got the skills.
And he did get one of the best songs.
Luckily, kemo looks a bit suspicious.
We bet that beard is nice and warm.
Until he pokes you in the eye, that is.
Maybe a new sibling for Pinocchio?
Doesn’t he know you’re not supposed to flambe Ratatouille?
Apparently Jack Skeleton was a little too off-brand for mainstream Disney, so they released it through their branch Touchstone Pictures.
And we thought regular cats were naughty.
And someone seems to be taking the same liberties with the rules there too.
Cheshire or not, make room for fur.
We hear it doesn’t end well either way.
But it’s always good to have a buddy when sadness shows up at your door.
Looks a lot more effective than an alarm clock!
Looks like little Simba from The Lion King wants to play.
Looks like King Simba is getting ready for a special event.
Timon and Pumbaa look like they love hanging out with kemo, who seems to fit right into the pack.
And it looks like he found an inconvenient snack.
We’d be happy to snuggle with this cartoon bunch any day – and theoretically, you don’t have to take them out since they’re animations.
And with a coat made out of puppies (can you believe what they used to make movies about?!) she seems pretty scary to us.
We love this animation of Stitch – getting a little dental work done?
kemo thought of everything.