The Beirut-based Syrian artist takes a Banksy-esque approach to his work, reworking cultural fads into satirical, darkly funny insights into modern life.
The millennial obsession with the Disney princesses we grew up idolising is one of Saint Hoax's favourite topics.
In the past he's reimagined them with period blood stains on their clothes, as victims of domestic abuse and sexual abuse ('When did he stop treating you like a princess?') and presidential candidates.
Now he's decided to take a look at the gender stereotypes they promote by showing how easily princes and princesses can swap roles with the help of make up and different hairstyles.