Snow White's seven dwarfs look a lot less cute in Matt Hoyle's 'Fairy Tales.' Matt Hoyle mixes computer graphics and photography to paint a realistic portrait of some of literature and film's most famous women.
Disney princesses and storybook heroines are the subject of 'Fairy Tales.' These photos prove that all you need is a slight dose of reality to turn Snow White's story downright creepy. Check out the gallery to see the entire set, and click on the links provided to see more of Matt Hoyle's work.
Matt Hoyle's 'Fairy Tales' Takes a Realistic Approach to Classic Storie
1. Realistic Portrayal - Opportunity for artists and designers to create realistic and immersive experiences in storytelling and entertainment.
2. Creepy Aesthetic - Potential for the creation of unsettling and eerie visual content that challenges traditional perceptions of familiar characters and narratives.
3. Mixing Media - Opportunity for photographers and digital artists to experiment with blending computer graphics and photography to create unique and captivating visuals.
1. Art and Design - Disruptive innovation opportunities for artists and designers to push the boundaries of traditional storytelling and visual aesthetics.
2. Entertainment - Potential for the entertainment industry to explore new ways of engaging audiences through immersive and unsettling experiences based on familiar characters and narratives.
3. Photography - Opportunity for photographers and digital artists to explore new techniques and mediums to create thought-provoking and visually stunning works.