Professional Illustrator Redesigns ‘Winnie the Pooh’ as 100 Acre Boys

Winnie the Pooh or Pooh Bear was created in 1926 by English author A. A. Milne.

In 1930, Stephen Slesigner licensed Winnie the Pooh from Milne and redesigned Pooh with his iconic red shirt.

Within one year, Winne the Pooh was a $50 million-a-year business. 

In 1961, Slesigner’s wife licensed Pooh to Disney and it became the iconic show everyone knows today.

Then in 2017, Jin (more widely known as Cioccolatodorima) reimagined Winne the Pooh and friends as the Hundred Acre Boys. And it was bishounen gijinka magic.

 

This isn’t the first time Jin has remade these characters. Jin’s first reimagining of the Winne the Pooh crew was 7 years ago in 2010.

 

Jin is no stranger to reimagining pop culture icons. This professional illustrator and fan artist also took a swing at remaking fast food mascots as cute characters and has done an entire series on KitKat boys.

Jin is a big fan of pizza with the best Patreon offer I’ve ever seen.

And with a whole lot of other pizza-related love.

Jin’s Cioccolatodorima twitter also gives the gift of weird, perfect images.

You can get to know Jin on Twitter, Deviant Art, Patreon, YouTube, Tumblr [1][2][3], and Facebook.

If you’re a huge fan of the Hundred Acre Boys design, Jin also made a few print options on Red Bubble.

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Kill la Jill is a normal person who enjoys figures, anime, and the dark side of the internet. When not killing people in League of Legends, Jill likes to stalk all her old senpais who never noticed her. Soon they'll notice her. They'll all notice her.
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