How Fairies Brought Toadstools into High Art

We don’t notice toadstools in our high-tech modern life. We hardly ever see them, except on pizza or in a quiche. However, if we go to draw a fairy in our free time, or ...
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Interview with Elizabeth Malczynski, Fantasy Artist and Illustrator (Part II)

Last May, FairyRoom brought you Part I of our interview with fantasy artist Elizabeth Malczynski. Elizabeth’s enchanting depictions of fairies, elves, and mythical creatures have graced book covers, magazines, and countless canvases.In Part II ...
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Edmund Dulac: Fairies I Have Met

Edmund Dulac's brilliant fairy illustrations capture the vibrancy of Stawell’s stories, taking inspiration from textiles and Japanese ...
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Enchanted Checks

Mystic World It was time for me to order personal checks a few weeks back. I like to switch designs with each new box (because I can), and in light of all the enchantment in my ...
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Meet Elizabeth Malczynski, Fantasy Artist & Illustrator (Part I)

FairyRoom is thrilled to welcome Elizabeth Malczynski, fantasy artist and illustrator, probably best known for the iconic first paperback cover of Anne McCaffrey's DragonSong (Bantam, 1976), the original full painting of which appears ...
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