Illustrator Steven Guarnaccia has a well-developed flair for mixing classic fairy tales with modern design.
His Goldilocks and the Three Bears: A Tale Moderne tells the story of a Goldilocks who stumbles upon a ’50s style split-level house in the woods. She wanders in and tries out a Charles Rennie Mackintosh ladderback chair, a Danish “Egg” chair and Baby Bear’s Eames chair. The breakfast table is furnished with cutlery by Italian designer Gio Ponti and Eva Zeisel’s pottery.
He’s also updated the Three Little Pigs story – giving it an architectural bent. The three pigs in this story are Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank Gehry, who are trying to keep the wolf from destroying the glass, stone and brick architecture of the 20th century.
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