Photographer and artist Uldus Bakhtiozina's photos treat us to her unique vision of Russian fairy tales. She reinterprets them in her photos by focusing on the pagans roots and ethnography of Russ Land. The artist pays special attention to her ambivalent...
When Moscow-based photographer Darya Kondratyeva isn't snapping family, maternity or baby photos, she creates enchanting photos that seem like re-interpretations of old fairytales or legends. The models in her photos seem like they could be witches, princesses or forest spirits.
"Faerieland" is a dark fairytale, still being conceived, built, cast & shot four years after its inception. The idea and inspiration for this board came in 2010 while I was out one day walking in the woods with my dogs. During...
Olivia Lipartia has created over a dozen of illustrations that feature proverbs. Those are created for family business Lucky Laika that sells all kind of products with those illustations. The first picture with the bunny was so popular that soon enough...
Mr. Finch, a reserved artist in England who goes only by this name, creates beautiful woodland creatures and plants that seem to have come right out of old English fables. Hares, spiders and mushrooms are recurring characters in his dream-like pieces,...
Exhibition design firm Polyptychon in collaboration with the Ethnographic Museum "George Melikis" have designed a moving exhibition of more than 100 masks, used in Greek folklore.
Photographers Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth present a photographry project called "Eyes as Big as Plates", featuring seniors with headgear constructed from rhubarbs, seaweed, moss and other flora.