스페인 마드리드에서 발행하는 일러스트레이션 & 그래픽 아트 매거진
Text anchors the oral tradition and the history of peoples in the written word,
but illustration and animation free the story from its corset and recover the interpretation
and the personal touch that was once provided by the storyteller.
Our latest issue, with an awesome cover by the German illustrator ATAK,
counts on illustrations inspired by folklore, such as those of Aitch, Sergio Mora, Nora Krug and John Broadley,
the boundless imagination of Nicholas Stevenson, an interview with Tin Can Forest,
the narratively powerful paintings of Dumontier & Farber, a review on the animated documentary genre,
and an article written and illustrated by Irene Sánchez about the surprising origin of the most popular children’s fairy tales, among its contents.
Illustration: Nicholas Stevenson / ATAK / The Essence of a Myth
In Motion: Strokes of Reality. A Journey through Animated Documentaries
Comic: Tin Can Forest
Art + Design: John Broadley
The New Contemporary: Dumontier & Farber
Have a Nice Book: Twice upon a Time… The True Origin of Classic Fairy Tales