Artist Eowyn Smith Pins Down Where Some Of The Most Beloved Disney & Pixar Films Take Place

Disney and Pixar are known by many for their incredibly diverse, entertaining, heart-warming, films.  Titles like: Bambi, Lady And The Tramp, The Incredibles, Toy Story, Dumbo, Alice In Wonderland and countless others are part of pop culture history and considered “classics” by fans and critics alike.

Disney_PixarArtist Eowyn Smith has posted a fantastic project over on DEVIANTART that takes 58 of these beloved titles and gives us a map showing where they took place.  He only chose fully animated films, (sorry folks, no “Song of the South” or “Pete’s Dragon”) and his criteria was based on the following priorities:

FIRST: Movie was placed based on the location IMPLIED IN THE DISNEY/PIXAR VERSION

SECOND: If the movie was too vague to determine a location, the original story/myth was consulted.

This map portrays 48 full length Disney animated features and 10 Pixar animated features (counting all 3 “Toy Story” films as one, and both “Monsters” movies as one) and their respective locations on earth.

Take a look at the map below and then head over to his DeviantArt page to read his explanations for each and every film and just why he placed them where he did.  If you leave a comment in his feed, please tell him BLURPPY sent you.

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