We'll always have a soft spot for minimalist movie posters. (See here, here and here.) But combine classic fairy tales or fables and minimalism and you have something even more special. With just the right amount of cleverness, these posters by Christian Jackson take us back to our own childhood, making us (dare I say) giggle with glee.
Update: After we put up this post, we got in touch with Jackson for the behind-the-scenes scoop. Read that brief Q&A, below.
Why did you decide
Jon C's insight:
A set of posters that makes you think about what cultural knowledge you immediately use ( or don't have) when working out what an image may mean. These fairytale posters use a single visual or story element to prompt your thinking.
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