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Illustrator Ivo Matić's Take on Fairytales is Odd

 - Jan 21, 2014
References: ivomatic & thedsgnblog
There's just something about this collection of distorted fairytale illustrations that's so mesmerizing.

It could be the beautiful intricate design lines or the nostalgic sadness that the artwork gives off. No mater what it is, this stunningly designed and slightly eerie collection of fairytale illustrations is on display on a tablet through a secret spyhole in Ivana’s Fairytale House Visitor’s Centre in Ogulin, Croatia.

The Croatian artist, illustrator and graphic designer Ivo Matić, made this specific collection of transforming fairytale illustration for the Ivana’s Fairytale House (a multimedia and interdisciplinary center for visitors with creative exhibitions.)

Focusing a lot on the all seeing eye and sticking to a monochrome palette with only a touch of dark forest green, the magical world of fairytales never looked so wry.