1. fairytalemood:

    art by Macoto Takahashi

     
  2. omocat:

    OMOCAT is going to be at rawartist’s MIXOLOGY at the key club in hollywood! i’ll have framed and unframed, signed prints of my original work at the show, including some new pieces i have yet to post on my blog!

    opening night is next week, saturday june 14th. you can find more details about it here! there are pictures from past events here.

    tickets are for sale on the rawartist’s MIXOLOGY website! make sure to select OMOCAT as the artist you are supporting! (i think the tickets are $10) i need to sell at least 20 tickets by next wednesday, so if you’re in the area that would be awesome!!

    thank you and see you there~

     
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    fairytalemood:

“Angel” by miya

    fairytalemood:

    “Angel” by miya

     
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way back home by *sketcher2007

    way back home by *sketcher2007

     
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  6. fairytalemood:

    “White Knight of Bright Morning” and “Black Knight of Dark Night” by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

     
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    fairytalemood:

“Bubble” by skylite-compass
     
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  9. fairytalemood:

    art from The Last Unicorn graphic novel by Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon

     
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    allthingsrainbowrelated:

unicorn and queen fairy by archie-the-redcat.

    allthingsrainbowrelated:

    unicorn and queen fairy by archie-the-redcat.

     
  11. fairytalemood:

“Erlkoenig” by agaric

    fairytalemood:

    “Erlkoenig” by agaric

     
  12. tokwap:

    The Philippines has very strong Western influences perhaps due to hundreds of years of colonization.  So much so that children grow up speaking English as their first language, reading foreign children’s books, even learning more about western culture before their own.  Adarna House, a publisher of local children’s books, hopes to change this. They publish award-winning children’s books by local authors and artist that tell stories about life in the Philippines – our stories. 

    To drive home the point of how kids may begin to wonder about their own identity in the context of foreign children’s stories, we featured classics like Snow White, Goldilocks and Rapunzel but this time showing Filipino characters and scenes. The copy further drills it down and states the incongruity of these stories to local reality and is signed-off by the line “Let’s tell our children our stories too” with the Adarna House logo. The visuals were rendered like storybook art to make the posters seem like they came right out of a children’s book page. The style illustrates even more dramatically how beautiful our own characters could be albeit misplaced in these stories.

     Art Director: Tokwa Penaflorida

    Illustrators: Tokwa Penaflorida (Goldilocks), Teters Enrique (Rapunzel), Marcushiro Nada of Electrolychee (Snow white)

    Agency: Seven A.D.

     
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    darksilenceinsuburbia:

PJ Lynch. Illustration from “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Andersen.

    darksilenceinsuburbia:

    PJ Lynch. Illustration from “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Andersen.

     
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    bookofstars:

Gorgeous depiction of Deryn and Alek from the cover illustration for Leviathan’s Japanese edition, by Pablo Uchida. Evidently, Alek’s not standing on a crate in this one.

    bookofstars:

    Gorgeous depiction of Deryn and Alek from the cover illustration for Leviathan’s Japanese edition, by Pablo Uchida. Evidently, Alek’s not standing on a crate in this one.

     
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