We have always dreamed of traveling across our world and even to the next, and illustrators team up with writers to help us do just that.
Two evenings with Joseph Keckler featuring dimension-traveling, performance, and moments from his new book Dragon at the Edge of a Flat World
I have an immense respect and appreciation for people who can do more with less, which is one reason I find wonder tales so powerful. I especially enjoy fairy tale work by artists whose aesthetic matches this impulse, so here are some minimalist Little Red Riding Hood images that I've found floating around the internet.
Flipbook maker and animator Tom Olson chooses between two life doors: the tiger and the beautiful maiden.
One of the most beautiful and contemporary wonder tale books I’ve seen, My Favourite Book of Fairy Tales (1921), is illustrated by an exceptionally talented, historically mysterious artist: Jennie Harbour.