Fairy Tale Scrapbook

fairytalemood:

Fairy Tale Valentines 1950s/60s

fairytalemood:

Scarytale series by Tom Robinson

caitdelauter:

Okay here’s part one of my three-part concept painting for Jack and the Beanstalk. This is the morning scene.

caitdelauter:

Okay here’s part one of my three-part concept painting for Jack and the Beanstalk. This is the morning scene.

goldenbookillustration:

A. L. Bowley - “Jack and the Beanstalk”
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goldenbookillustration:

A. L. Bowley - “Jack and the Beanstalk”

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fairytalemood:

“Jack’s Climb” by Chris Canga

fairytalemood:

“Jack’s Climb” by Chris Canga

wwagallery:

Joey ChouJack and the Beanstalk

wwagallery:

Joey Chou
Jack and the Beanstalk

pioggia-secca:

Old illustrations for “Jack and the Beanstalk” (1914-1923)

stupidsifl:

I painted this a looooong time ago and found pictures of it, so take a gander, Tumblr!!! XD

awesome!

dachattack:

There are big, tall, terrible, awesome, scary, wonderful giants in the sky!

dachattack:

There are big, tall, terrible, awesome, scary, wonderful giants in the sky!

beckilina:

Minimalist Fairytales.

bethanymaepoetry:

magic beans

bethanymaepoetry:

magic beans

disgruntledcute:

Favorite fairytales from childhood?

Easy.

Hansel and Gretel

Jack and the Beanstalk.

See, when I was a little girl I found princess fairy tales to be the least interesting. My favorites were the adventure stories. A set of siblings outsmarting their cannibalistic captor or a dude sneaking around the home of a giant quietly stealing his shit. I guess I just preferred more…active protagonists. Little girl!me would be damned if she was just going to sit in a tower and wait for someone to come get her.

I kinda like what that says about me. *smug smug smug*