Domestic Violence Campaign Launches With Disney Princesses


Bruised and bloodied princesses remind us of just how ugly the face of domestic violence is. Artist Saint Hoax painted an abstract perception of our favorite Disney princesses in an effort to bring awareness to the ugly effects of domestic violence.

Hoax is a Middle Eastern artist known for his outlandish depictions of pop art combined with political visuals. He uses a lot of animation and digital mediums in his work. “Happily Never After” is one of his newest campaigns targeting any girl or woman that has been a victim to domestic violence. The goal is to get victims to report mistreatment to authorities in order to abolish the issue indefinitely. Hoax has plans to make visuals targeting males to show that anyone can be a victim of abuse.

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Photo Credit(s): Saint Hoax