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LOOK: American Graphic Designer turns Disney Princesses into inspiring career women

A North Carolina-based graphic designer is giving our beloved Disney monarchs a much-needed ‘career woman’ makeover.

Photo Credit: Matt Burt and Bored Panda

From Snow White to Moana, Matt Burt has reimagined Disney Princesses as successful working women, whose careers continue to make a difference in the world.

According to Burt, the purpose of these artworks was to give kids and kids-at-heart a more modern set of role models to look up to.

“I wanted to create these [artworks] to inspire others in hopes that they can find a career that they love and a career that makes a difference,” Burt tells Bored Panda.

In the series of artworks below, Burt recreates the princesses in 21st-century roles. Be it Environmental Activists or UN Ambassadors, here are your modernized princesses:

Snow White as a ‘Leading Psychologist’

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Cinderella as a brave ‘Animal Rights Activist’

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Aurora as the ‘CEO of a Coffee Company’

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Ariel as a famous ‘Pop Star and Record Producer’

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Belle as an esteemed ‘University Chancellor’

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Jasmine as an ‘Ambassador for the United Nations’

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Pocahontas as the ‘Head of a Non-Profit Organization’

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Mulan as a ‘Title IX Lawyer’

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Tiana as an ‘Award-winning Chef’

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Rapunzel as an experienced ‘Neurologist’

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Merida as a ‘Two-time Olympia winner’

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Elsa and Anna as ‘Climate Change Scientists’

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Moana as a seasoned ‘Naval Officer’

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