Fairy tales are so pervasive in cultures and societies around the world that art series such as this one from Edward del Rosario Fable continue to pop up. It is always interesting to see different takes and perspectives on existing ideas and concepts; that's why artists continue to enlighten us about each timeless story.
The Edward del Rosario Fable illustrations series in particular puts a very minimalist spin on fairy tales. Modern yet traditional, the Missouri-born and Brooklyn-based artist's signature style seems to be the monochromatic backdrop and intricately detailed characters.
The Edward del Rosario Fable art series is set to show at L.A.'s Richard Heller gallery. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper's Bazaar and The New York Times. He currently teaches at Parsons School of Design.
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