Suk Yi Yee's 'Fairy Tale Series' explores the voyeuristic way in which we view females in fairy tales by removing these characters altogether. In this photo set above, we're taken through the storyline of 'Little Red Riding Hood,' only without people.
We've seen a number of innovations that draw on classic fairy tales and subvert them somewhat. Check out some of my favorites below.
Implications - Classic fairy tales are a staple element in many modern media depictions. Consumers are not satisfied with just the repetition of these stories though and they want something new along with it. The combination of modern with classic creates something attractive to younger and older demographics. Companies recognize the wide audience they can reach through incorporating the old with new and will look for more ways to foster this area.
People-Free Fairy Tales
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Fairytale Boob Jobs
Reimagined Fairytale Art
Fairytale Fashion Ads
Using Fairytale Heroes to Promote Reading
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Suk Yi Yee Explores the Impact of Humans in Classic Fiction
- By: Marissa BrassfieldJun 24, 2009 Updated: Jun 1 2011