Fairy Tale Mood

art, fashion and words that evoke a fairy tale mood
when you want to escape to Wonderland for a while

curated by Sarah Cross
author of the fairy tale retellings Kill Me Softly
(available now) and Tear You Apart (January 27, 2015)

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Posts tagged brother and sister

"Grimm’s Fairytales" by Katie Gamb

ohmycavalier:

"brother & sister" My piece for the Grimm Fairytale themed show "Twice-Told Tales" at Flower Pepper Gallery. The show will be up from January 25 - February 28th!

Reblogged from ohmycavalier

ohmycavalier:

"brother & sister" My piece for the Grimm Fairytale themed show "Twice-Told Tales" at Flower Pepper Gallery. The show will be up from January 25 - February 28th!

Reblogged from flowerpeppergallery

flowerpeppergallery:

"Twice-Told Tales" is coming up so soon!

Reblogged from fairytaleslive

fairytaleslive:

Fairy Tale Series: Sechs auf einen Streich
   (“six in one go”, Germany, 2008 - now)
  One gif per fairy tale film. Can you guess them all? [hint]

Sechs auf einen Streich is a German fairy tale series. It’s called “six in one go” because 6 fairy tale films were produced the first year. They were successful and the next year they produced 8 films. Starting with 2010, 4 films are produced every year. So far, there are 30 films in the series. 26 of them are based on Brothers Grimms’ fairy tales and 4 are based on Andersen’s. The gifset does not include this year’s (2013) films.

Grimm’s Fairy Tales illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (1954)

(Source: Flickr / mallorymcinnis)

Reblogged from fuckyeahvintageillustration

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Little Brother & Little Sister and other tales by the Brothers Grimm' illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1917 by Dodd, Mead & Company, New York.

Source

"Brother and Sister" by Harry Rountree (1934)

"Brother and Sister" by Harry Rountree (1934)

(Source: etsy.com)

"Sister and the Fawn WIP" by Sam Hogg

"Sister and the Fawn WIP" by Sam Hogg

Reblogged from terriwindling

terriwindling:

Deer in art, myth, and poetry on Myth & Moor:

* Following the Deer, Part 1

* Following the Deer, Part 2 

* Following the Deer, Part 3

* Following the Deer, Part 4

* L’Envoi

* Deer Prayers

The art above is: “Brother and Sister” (cover image for an edition of Grimms’ Fairy Tales) by John Barton Gruelle, “The Mystic Wood” by John William Waterhouse,  photograph of a newborn muntjac fawn, “White-tail Fawn Reclining” (bronze) by Mark Rossi, “This Isn’t Happiness” (installation) by Myeongbeom Kim, and winged deer in a medieval French tapestry design.

Reblogged from amyisla

amyisla:

Two double page spreads that follow the previous spread. Roebuck child by Grimms Brothers