One of the biggest problems with the world of Disney princesses is its lack of diversity — in race, ethnicity, and, especially, in size.
Jonquel Norwood, a New York-based artist who focuses on illustrations that embody plus-size fashion, has witnessed this problem since she was a girl.
"I was body shamed most of my life and... like most, I believed I had to slim down in order to truly be a member of society," she told Bustle. "I wanted to do my part to make sure no little girl felt the way I did about fashion."
And the way that she did that was to redraw some of the most iconic Disney princesses with fabulous curves in outfits that took their inspiration from plus-size fashion brands. Here's how Norwood is making her mark in this important area of art and culture with her series "Magic Has No Size."