Fairytale Illustrations – My Fairies Gone to the Supermarket
In My Fairies Vs Fae, Julia Cameron presents an alternative view on traditional fairy tales and illustrations. As a child growing up in the 1930s I always heard about fairies and the evil Queen. I grew up believing that fairies were real people with magical powers. In fact, all my dolls and other collectibles had fairies as the subjects of their designs or pictures. When I found out that this was not the case, my skepticism about the concept of fairies dissipated. As it turns out, fairies are not real people and fairies do not have any magical powers.
So how did this alternative view on fairies start? It began when I heard someone say “What if fairies are people?” This sparked my interest because this person clearly had knowledge of fairies because she was an artist. I began to look for answers to the question, “How did this artist come to know about fairies?” I had to find out so I delved into the midsummer Night’s Dream Collection by Julia Cameron and The Fall of Giants by Keith Geddes.
What impressed me the most about this collection is that it covers fairy tales from throughout the ages and places. There were a number of different styles of fairy illustrations that I found extremely fascinating. Some of the designs that stood out to me were the floral fairy illustrations and the different animal designs. These fairy illustrations and animal designs are very beautiful and bring to mind a fairytale princess in a forest. If you like fairytales and love to imagine yourself as one, then you will enjoy delving into the midsummer Night’s Dream Collection by Julia Cameron and The Fall of Giants by Keith Geddes.
The illustrations are quite colorful and full of life. The subjects of fairytales are also very well done. There was not only detail in the faces of the characters but the environments as well. It is as if the illustrators were directing their stories to the child while still giving them the ability to act and make decisions on their own. This is what an effective fairy art illustration book should do and if you do not believe me, all you have to do is check out the sales for the midsummer Night’s Dream Collection by Julia Cameron and The Fall of Giants by Keith Geddes.
If you want to get into some deep and rich fairy tale mythology, you should definitely read The Fairies Vs Fiends by Julia Cameron and The Fall of Giants by Keith Geddes. If you are looking for illustrations of a midsummer night’s dream, you should definitely check out the midsummer Night’s Dream Collection by Julia Cameron and The Fall of Giants by Keith Geddes. If you like fantasy, then The Fairies of Fiends by Julia Cameron and The Fall of Giants by Keith Geddes will not disappoint you. You will surely love the magical illustrations of a midget named Midas and his partner Ophelia while you are at it. For children, there is nothing like the magical illustrations of Rapunzel and her amazing ball gown along with the other fairy pals that makes the whole book for children very entertaining.
Another great addition to the fairy illustrations collection is the My Fairies Gone to the Supermarket by Liz Bennett. This book will not only teach children about fairies but will also give them a healthy dose of consumerism appreciation while at the same time educating them about the important of going green. This book will also take children back to their favorite storybooks where they can see how their favorite characters used their imagination and creativity to create the perfect illustration of their favorite story. In this collection, Liz Bennett has brought the best of all worlds to life and combined the best of everything that we love from fairy tale illustrations to educational book jackets.