The and classic illustrated children's story have a very interesting psychological implication and illustrator Christian Jackson has summarized in one key image and put on a poster. Have immediately become icons. The psychological implication of illustrated stories serves precisely to avoid making mess in one's life. That's why we served up to kids, to teach them the facts of life, which is all well and good. When you are the biggest you already know what is good and what is evil, and then animated fairy tales end with appreciate different things as the side comedian of the characters or the badness the extreme with the highest levels rewarded goodness more exasperating human being knows.
The poor Cinderella and the old Stepmother are examples of this extremes that doesn't exist in real life (“O calm, dishonourable, vile submission!”). But extremes not always turns out to be a bad thing especially if you speak of illustration because it means reducing the bone a fable to extrapolate the key event. How to make minimal and at the same time recognizable at a glance the plot.
The designer Christian Jackson managed to synthesize the classic tales in one illustration, a single incident, that tells the ’ essence with a few strokes and a skillful use of colors. The tales illustrated children's classics in poster format they have become so popular as to create business, in fact you can buy posters here. Visit homepage of Christian Jackson.