When I mixed these 2 artists, Disney and Monet, the first thing that I thought of was magic. In the beginning, I was completely stumped on what to do! It was my mother who came to the rescue; she simply stated “Just think of artists that you love.” As we talked, she gave me ideas to combine Disney’s work with 1 of my favorite paintings, Starry Night. I sat thinking about what film would go with the starry night theme. Then it came to me, the perfect animation that just happened to have its most magical scene at night and it involved two of my favorite animal, Lady and the Tramp. I thought that these 2 would go well together mostly because of how they were designed. Monet’s painting was just an abstract blend of stars, buildings and sky. It wasn’t considered the most magical, but it could be magical to some people. Just how Lady and the Tramp wasn’t the most magical, just 2 dogs eating spaghetti, however to others, that moonlight puppy dog smooch could have been the most magical thing they had ever seen. They both went together well because of how they related in terms of how others thought of them. They also went together well because of the colors. The Lady and the Tramp were mainly soft colors to emphasize a romantic tone. The starry night uses bright yellows and blues to emphasize the beauty within the sky. For some reason, the contrast just looks great. I love the way that they can fit together like that. In conclusion, I believe that the Starry Night and Disney’s Lady and the Tramp go together simply because of how their magic appeals to us.