12 Wonderfully Deconstructed Fairy Tales

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Simone Massoni's "12 Famous Fairy Tales In Pieces" seeks to demonstrate who our beloved fairytale characters are like on the inside — and what actually happened after the happy ending in each of the following stories.

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Massoni resides in Florence, Italy, and you can view these works (which originally appeared in calendar form) on the artist's website. [Via Buzzfeed]

Illustration for article titled 12 Wonderfully Deconstructed Fairy Tales
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Ambi Valent

I know it isn't a fairy tale, but I can hardly think of a more appropriate video for Jezebel than 'Werner Herzog' telling the story of Madeline as a story of feminine maturation: